Centrally located in Tokyo’s Nihonbashi district, the Royal Park Hotel, Tokyo, already known for its excellent food and beverage services, is holding several exciting promotions this summer.

Among them, Main Bar Royal Scots is offering a variety of mojito cocktails for guests’ enjoyment throughout the month of June. It will offer two variations of the drink — a champagne mojito with two kinds of berries for ¥1,800 and a frozen mojito with blueberries and mint for ¥1,600 (excluding tax).

The bar, on the basement floor, is open from 5 p.m. to midnight every day. Last orders are at 11:30 p.m.

The hotel’s Chinese Restaurant Kei-Ka-En, also on the basement floor, will offer three kinds of cold noodles, including gomoku (five items) cold noodles, cold tantanmen (dandan spicy soup noodles) and cold sesame seed soup noodles with a salty plum paste and chicken from June 1 to Aug. 31.

Each dish is ¥2,500. A set of one of the three plus annin tofu (almond jelly) costs an additional ¥300.

Kei-Ka-En mainly offers Cantonese seafood, as well as dishes from other regions. There are 10 private dining rooms available that can accommodate two to 50 people for business dinners or parties.

Kei-Ka-En is open for lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., with the last order at 2 p.m. In the evening, it is open for dinner from 5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. with last orders at 9 p.m.

The Royal Park Hotel is conveniently located next to the Tokyo City Air Terminal (TCAT), from which buses leave several times each hour for Narita International Airport, about 55 minutes away.

The Tokyo Stock Exchange and the headquarters of several of Japan’s leading financial corporations are near the hotel and the famous Nihonbashi shopping district, home of some of Tokyo’s finest department stores and shops, is just a short walk from the hotel.

The Royal Park Hotel is connected to Suitengumae Station (Hanzomon Line). For more information call 03-3667-1111, or visit www.rph.co.jp/english.

In line with COVID-19 guidelines, the government is strongly requesting that residents and visitors exercise caution if they choose to visit bars, restaurants, music venues and other public spaces.

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