[Ikebukuro Hotel Metropolitan] “Nagasaki Fair” featuring Nagasaki Prefecture’s ingredients and local cuisine.


Hotel Metropolitan will hold the “Nagasaki Fair” from January 15, 2024 (Monday) at three of its restaurants: the all-day dining restaurant Crossadyne, the Japanese restaurant Hanamusashi, and the Shikisai Saryo Shunka.

All-day dining "Crossdine".

Chefs specializing in Japanese, Western, Chinese, and sweet cuisines will prepare dishes that incorporate the essence of Nagasaki Prefecture’s ingredients and cooking methods.

Nagasaki loquat baked cheesecake
Kakuni manjuu in Nagasaki

Japanese Cuisine "Hanamusashi

Japanese Cuisine “Hanamusashi” offers “Special Kaiseki” and “Lunch Gozen” featuring Nagasaki Prefecture’s ingredients and local cuisine. The dishes are delicately seasoned to make the most of the ingredients’ natural flavors, and are served with seasonal coloring and presentation.

Nagasaki Fair "Chef's Special Kaiseki
Nagasaki Fair "Lunch Gozen Hozhu

Shikisai Saryo Shunka

We will offer a Shikisai course titled “Nagasaki Fair,” which includes a dish prepared over a shichirin grill and teppan-yaki dishes that take full advantage of the flavor of the ingredients. A la carte and carefully selected sake are also available for your enjoyment.

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