The Okinawa Prefectural Government and a top Tokyo hotel launched a festival of culinary delights Tuesday featuring the same menu served during the Okinawa summit of the Group of Eight nations in July.

The food and drinks — including remakes of the working lunches and working dinners for the leaders of the G8 and the European Union — will be served at restaurants in the Hotel Okura in Tokyo’s Minato Ward until Oct. 12, officials said.

The Hotel Okura handled the catering for the G8 summit, providing the leaders, their attendant officials, and media personnel from around the world with meals and drinks during the event.

A Hotel Okura spokeswoman said the working lunch for the leaders is available at the hotel’s French restaurant for 12,000 yen, and the working dinner at a Japanese restaurant for 20,000 yen.

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