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Japanese LOUNGE

Japanese LOUNGE

This is an exclusive lounge for guests staying on the Japanese Lounge Access rooms.
Smooth check-in and check-out procedures are available in the lounge.
The modern Japanese LOUNGE offers meals and sweets made with flavorful Japanese seasonal ingredients.
You can also experience traditional Japanese culture by partaking in a matcha service and by using our yukata and uchiwa (paper fan) rental service.
Please enjoy this moment of peace and tranquility.


Opening Hour : 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Japanese LOUNGE offers afternoon tea with a selection of Japanese teas and sweets prepared using Japanese ingredients.
You can also enjoy a Japanese-style breakfast supervised by Head Chef Michiya Nakaune.
Enjoy seasonal ingredients in a Japanese-style course dinner and the pairing with wine, beer, sake, or other beverages.


Opening Hours : 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. (Last order 10:30 a.m.)


Guest can enjoy a traditional Japanese breakfast curated by our Executive Chef, featuring the finest seasonal ingredients.

afternoon tea

Service hours : 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Afternoon tea

We offer afternoon tea with a selection of Japanese teas and sweets skillfully prepared using Japanese ingredients that have been carefully selected according to the season.


Opening Hours : 5:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. (Last order 7:30 p.m.)


A wide selection of cocktails and drinks are offered.

Drinks Service
  • Four kinds of Japanese tea
  • Coffee
  • Soft drinks (Coca Cola, ginger ale, orange juice, and soda)
  • Mineral water and snacks

* LUPICIA is the brand we use for all of our Japanese tea offerings at the lounge.

Afternoon tea Menu
  • Tanba's black bean pound cake
  • Seasonal manju (Kudzu jelly cake) with persimmon
  • Matcha mousse
  • Black sesame blancmange
  • Kinpira gobo (braised burdock root) tortilla
Breakfast Menu
  • Broccoli and matcha smoothie
  • Steamed vegetables
  • Salmon and water shield marinated in vinegar and olive oil
  • Duck breast with cheese and fruit tomato
  • Japanese pickles
  • Broiled fish
  • Soybean Tofu
  • Fried eggplant with sesame
  • Boiled Japanese beef in a ginger-and-soy sauce
  • Japanese omelet with seaweed sauce
  • Steamed egg custard
  • Steamed rice
  • Miso soup
  • Panna cotta and seasonal fruits
Dinner Menu, Drink Menu

Dinner Menu

  • Three different appetizers
  • Boiled seasoned vegetables
  • Japanese steamed egg custard
  • Tempura
  • Four seasonal vegetables
  • Three seasonal fishes
  • Assorted sushi
  • Red miso soup

Drink Menu

  • Japanese sake
  • Beer
  • Red and white wines
  • Japanese sparkling wine
  • Two original cocktails
  • Four Japanese teas
  • Coffee
  • Soft drinks (coca cola, ginger ale, orange juice, soda) and mineral water

* Please note that due to the seasonal availability of ingredients, the menu is subject to change without prior notice.
* Should you have any food allergies or intolerances, we kindly request that you inform our staff.

OMOTENASHI (Dinner time Hospitality)

We are pleased to present an exquisite selection of beverages to complement our Japanese-style course dinners.
Our offerings include Shichiken sake and sparkling wine from Hakushu in Yamanashi, and from the venerable Ishikawa Brewery in Tama, Tokyo;
a storied institution that opened its doors near the end of the Edo Period.
Please take this opportunity to try sake, an integral part of Japan's history and culture.

Shichiken Sparkling Yama no Kasumi

Shichiken Sparkling Yama no Kasumi

This is slightly cloudy sparkling sake with a rich taste.
There is a beauty to the cloudiness and bubbles as they dance gently in the glass like mist looming over the Kaikoma-ga-take Mountains. The sweetness of the Koji combined with a mild acidity and fruity aroma of this refined sake with sediment is exceptional, lending itself well to casual enjoyment and the customary toast.
This sparkling sake won the Bronze prize in the sparkling sake category at International Wine Challenge in 2023.

Founded in 1750 in the Hakushu area of Hokuto, Yamanashi, this sake is now brewed by Yamanashi Meijo Co. Ltd. In 2014, the Shichiken brand strategy was introduced, and in 2015, Yama no Kasumi sparkling sake, which is allowed to ferment a second time in the bottle, was launched after five years of development.
In 2021, the brewery launched a sparkling sake in collaboration with the French master winemaker, Alain Ducasse.

Introduction to SAKE

Introduction to SAKE

Tamajiman Junmai Muroka
Well-balanced sweetness and rich in flavors of rice.
Awards: Fine Sake Award in Japan, 2016, Tokyo Regional Sake Awards, 2020

Tamajiman Dry Ginjo
This dry sake has a rich taste of rice that pairs well with any dish.

Plum Liqueur

Nanbu Bijin Sugar free Plum Liqueur Umeshu

This is a new type of plum wine with no added sugar or other sweeteners that is made with only junmai sake and plums.
The original flavor of the sake is drawn out using Nanbu Bijin’s unique, koji-only, brewing technique.
The flavor is light, crisp, and pairs well with a wide range of dishes.

Aragoshi Umeshu

We offer dessert plum wine from Umenoyado, which has brewed sake for more than 130 years.
The defining characteristics of this plum wine are the sweet and sour plum aroma, thick texture, and rich flavor.
Enjoy the plum wine along with the pulp of Nishiyoshino plums from Nara Prefecture, a leading Japanese brand.

Yukata and uchiwa rental

Experience traditional Japanese culture in the comfort of your room with available Yukatas in both adult and child sizes. Complement the experience with traditional Japanese crafts like Shiomi Uchiwa and Shikoku Dansen fans, and create unforgettable travel memories steeped in an authentic Japanese atmosphere. For guidance on how to wear a Yukata, please click here.

Matcha Tea Experience

Offering a chance to easily experience tea ceremony, part of traditional Japanese culture.
Select your favorite tea bowl and make matcha green tea using a bamboo whisk. Embrace the spirit of harmony, respect, purity, and tranquility as you indulge in the aroma and taste of the tea.

* Our staff will offer a lecture on how to use the bamboo whisk, so feel free to take advantage of this unique opportunity.


Japanese LOUNGE is the first Japanese-style lounge among the InterContinental hotels in Japan. The lounge employs a variety of wooden elements to create a traditional Japanese ambience.
Experience Japanese culture through our services and enjoy a relaxing time with us.

* Additional charges for children are as follows:

  • Children aged 4 to 12: 5,300 yen (per night/service change & tax incl.)
  • Children below the age of 3: free
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