The Prince Park Tower Tokyo offers a collaboration course with the National Museum of Western Art’s ‘Monet: A Time of Waterlilies’.


For a limited time only, The Prince Park Tower Tokyo is offering a special course in collaboration with the exhibition ‘Monet: A Time of Waterlilies’ at the National Museum of Western Art.

For the first time, the main dining room, Restaurant Breezvert, has collaborated with the exhibition to offer a menu that allows guests to immerse themselves in the lingering memories of Monet after viewing his works. International award-winning chef Satoru Motegi has created a special menu based on the exhibition’s concept, with dishes that allow you to see, eat, hear, smell and touch Monet’s work.

Monet: Water Lilies Collaboration Menu - Monet through the senses.

Period: 5 Oct 2024 (Sat) – 11 Feb 2025 (Tue)
Hours: Lunch 11:30A.M. – 2:30P.M. (L.O. 2:00P.M.)
Dinner 5:30P.M.-10:00P.M. (L.O.9:00P.M.)
Charge: 15,000 Yen per person *Service charge not included.

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