Mitsuki serves seasonal Japanese cuisine featuring fresh seafood from the Seto Inland Sea, all in the company of fantastic views from the 22nd floor. During the day, patrons enjoy a variety of set lunches as well as lunches served in traditional lacquerware boxes. In the evening, the head chef offers a selection of special dinner dishes.
For an authentic Japanese dining experience, guests can sit at the horigotatsu – low tables with pits dug out beneath them for comfortable sitting.
Moon Glow is a modern Italian restaurant that keeps things casual and simple. Guests enter an understated dining room adorned by glass chandeliers and a dramatic view from the 23rd floor. The menu includes a full lineup of pasta, featured main courses, and desserts plus a buffet offering 18 types of antipasto.
Like its name suggests, New York Café captures the style of New York City’s trendy restaurants and bars. Vivid red furnishings splash against monochromatic walls as gentle jazz plays in the background.
Ozawa, a popular French restaurant started in Tokyo, is known for concocting creative dishes with fresh, local produce. High ceilings and lots of sunlight enhance its casual atmosphere.