Located at the ANA InterContinental Tokyo, Unkai is a Japanese restaurant that boasts a traditional Japanese setting, in the heart of a bustling city. The delicious cuisine, elegant setting and quintessentially Japanese hospitality, makes dining at Unkai a multi-sensory experience that offers guests the feeling of dining amid the splendor of nature.
Serving as the third Head Chef in the restaurant's history is Takeshi Yoshiyasu. Hailing from a 15-year tenure at the venerable Akasaka ryotei, Tsuruyoshi, Chef Yoshiyasu possesses an enviable skillset, plus a wealth of experience in Japanese cooking. Combined with a respect for the unique seasonal ingredients of Japan, Chef Yoshiyasu and his team are able to craft multi-course kaiseki dinners and classic a la carte dishes from produce such as Japanese pufferfish in winter, conger eel in summer and matsutake mushrooms in the fall.
A well-curated drink menu is available at Unkai, with the selection chosen for their compatibility with Japanese cuisine. Included on the list are Japanese sake, Japanese-made wine and champagne. Enjoy drinks per glass or through seasonal wine and sake pairings.
Unkai Restaurant has 124 seats in total, including five private rooms with table arrangements from two to 32, and three tatami dining rooms for two to six people. Unkai’s garden is modelled after the Kyu Shiba Rikyu Garden, one of the oldest and most beautiful gardens in Japan. The garden sits at 360 square meters in size and features a large pond with an accompanying waterfall. Through enjoying a meal together with a gorgeous garden view, guests can gain a new appreciation for the depth of Japanese cuisine, which places a great important on seasonality.
Unkai is recommended for business outings, special family occasions, or any other important meal. It is also a great destination for visitors to Japan who wants to experience authentic Japanese cuisine. The restaurant can provide an English-language menu, and has people on staff who are proficient in English. The combination of the location, food, and staff make Unkai a fantastic culinary space that is a must-experience for anyone who has the opportunity.
*The availability of this webpage does not guarantee that the restaurant presented provides services in English unless otherwise stated. Please be aware that English services may also depend on staff availability at the restaurant.
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)