An eight-minute walk from Tokyo Station brings guests to Oriental Lounge, located on the 38th floor of the Mandarin Oriental, a five-star luxury hotel in the busy shopping and entertainment district of Nihombashi.
The legendary afternoon tea served at Oriental Lounge is highly regarded not only in Japan but also around the globe, attracting many tea lovers. The tea is served with a three-tiered cake stand, adorned with a selection of seasonal savories, scones, and petite fours. Carefully prepared one by one, each delightful piece tempts guests’ taste buds even before the first bite. Scones are served warm, straight from the oven on a separate plate, which can be topped up on request. These delicacies and sweets are paired with unlimited cups of different teas so that guests can enjoy an idyllic tea time to their heart’s content.
The Oriental Lounge also offers snacks and drinks day and night for any occasion. The lounge also keeps some 6,000 wine bottles available at any time, offering a wide selection of over 800 varieties. As well as bottles from Japan, the wine list also offers bottles from the Old World, including France, plus New World wines to satisfy the preferences of international travelers.
The lounge, seating up to 54 guests, boasts dramatic floor-to-ceiling glass windows overlooking Tokyo’s vibrant cityscapes. Filled with sunlight by day and lit with reflected neon lights at night, the lounge offers a memorable and romantic setting.
The team at Oriental Lounge invites guests to enjoy an unforgettable experience in an elegant setting at Oriental Lounge, with friends or a partner, for an indulgent solo excursion, or a relaxed business meeting.
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Directly connected to the A7 and A8 exits of Mitsukoshimae Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line and Hanzomon Line
A 7-minute walk from Nihonbashi Station on the Tokyo Metro Tozai Line and Toei Asakusa Line