Located on the top floor of ANA InterContinental Tokyo, sits Teppanyaki Akasaka, a premium dining experienced founded on cooking methods, utilizing Japanese hot plates. Having served here since 2016, Chef Tadayoshi Ogawa’s work is underpinned by his philosophy of “Use the best ingredients, cooked at their optimum moment, to experience the flavors as they should be,”. His style of cooking is part culinary and part artistry as he showcases his culinary flair from behind the counter while interacting with his customers. Let the sights, sounds, aromas and most of all taste, satisfy all of your senses.
Extra care is taken in selecting the ingredients used at Teppanyaki Akasaka. The restaurant prides itself in using only the best produce such as Kobe beef and luxurious seafood such as spiny lobster, abalone and seasonal vegetables.
A formidable wine cellar is also present at the restaurant, where wines from all over the world are housed. One can also choose from a wide selection of local and international beer, Japanese sake, shochu, whiskey, cocktails and non-alcoholic drinks.
With a view of the glorious evening cityscape, including the domineering Tokyo Tower, this is the perfect date spot for sophisticated adults. All seats are counter seating to enable guests to enjoy the chef’s dazzling performance up close. Staff have English-speaking capabilities and there are no age or time restrictions for children, making it perfect for families. Take in the beautiful night time views of Tokyo Tower while you enjoy the Japanese tradition of teppanyaki cuisine, the perfect opportunity to introduce international guests on a family vacation to a Japanese meal.
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A 1-minute walk from Tameike Sanno Station, Exit 13(Tokyo Metro Ginza Line)
A 1-minute walk from Tameike Sanno Station, Exit 13(Tokyo Metro Namboku Line)
A 3-minute walk from Tameike Sanno Station, Exit 14(Tokyo Metro Ginza Line)
A 2-minute walk from Roppongi 1-chome Station, Exit 2(Tokyo Metro Namboku Line)