Restaurants / Restaurant Guide

Mokushundo (Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo)


Hidden deep in the quiet grove of the garden of Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo is Mokushundo, a restaurant serving fresh meat and seafood grilled on hot lava rocks from Mt. Fuji. This summer, the authentic Japanese cuisine restaurant will present four dinner courses, with some including grilled shrimp and Japanese beef alongside fresh seafood and seasonal vegetables.

The “Ryusui” course, priced at ¥16,500, features grilled fillet and sirloin of Japanese beef, a grilled lobster and brightly colored seasonal vegetables. This menu and the other three courses — “Natsugasumi” for ¥20,000, “Ryokufu” for ¥12,500 and “Kokage” for ¥8,000 — are all available between July 1 and Sept. 30.

For lunch, a more casual “Natsuakane” course will be offered during the period for ¥5,500 and includes bagna freida (chilled dip) of tuna fish and fresh vegetables, and fried sea eel marinated in a spicy sauce, which is also available with the “Ryusui” dinner course. At lunch, Japanese beef and seasonal vegetables will be served for grilling at the table.

For guests reserving the dinner course, mention this ad to receive a complimentary drink.

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