Miyuki (Japanese cuisine)
Enjoy traditional and modern Japanese cuisine in an elegant Japanese atmosphere with a pleasing garden view. Our colorful seasonal ingredients are beautifully served whether you choose a table seat, sushi counter, teppanyaki counter or private room.
- Hotel Bldg. 2F
- Breakfast: 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. (last order)
Lunch: 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. (last order)
Dinner: 5:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. (last kaiseki course order 8:30 p.m., last other order 9 p.m.)
Notes: On weekends, holidays, and specified dates (August 11th to 16th, January 1st to 3rd), breakfast is available only to staying guests. Non-staying guests may enjoy breakfast on weekdays.
Breakfast: from 4,100 yen
Lunch:from 4,300 yen(weekdays),
from 7,000 yen (Weekends and holidays)
Dinner:from 8,700 yen (weekdays),
from 10,700 yen (Weekends and holidays)
Notes: Prices include consumption tax, but a service charge (10%), private room fee (if used) will be collected separately.
Teppanyaki is only served at the dedicated counter.
- Table seats: 72
Private rooms: 5 rooms with 2 to 10 seats each
Sushi counter seats: 8
Teppanyaki counter seats: 6
- Private rooms
Each private room can accommodate 2 to 10 people and be used for various gatherings.
- Dress code
- Please refrain from wearing shorts or sandals.
The minimum age for sushi counter use at dinner time is 7.
Green tea soba in special dashi
Cold green tea soba noodles are served in a special dashi (broth) moderately thickened with kudzu. The special dashi blends the refined sweetness of high-grade dried tuna with the fragrance and rich flavor of shrimp shells. Light, flavorful dashi made from sweet dried tuna is the very essence of traditional Japanese cuisine and has been gaining worldwide attention. UNESCO registered traditional Japanese cuisine as an Intangible Cultural Heritage to ensure it gets passed down to future generations.
The sizzling sounds, tempting aromas and culinary skills on display at the teppanyaki counter are enough to make your mouth water. Enjoy delicious seasonal ingredients grilled enticingly before your eyes.