All About Japan

Book Your Christmas Dinner in English!

| Restaurants , PR

Have you booked your Christmas dinner yet? If not, Pocket Concierge can help you book the best restaurants in Japan—in English, no less! Book an exceptional Christmas dinner celebration with family, friends or couples with just a few clicks of your mouse!

5. Tirpse (Shirokanedai)

The Michelin Guide has awarded this restaurant one star. Tirpse is a French restaurant located just a short walk down Shirokanedai's Platinum Street in Minato-ku, Tokyo, at the former site of Quintessence. The chef—trained at Maaemo, one of the most popular restaurants in Norway—is offering a special Christmas menu infused with the tastes of northern Europe. Take the time to indulge in Tirpse's desserts, made by a pâtissier who's trained at a Michelin-starred restaurant in Paris.

Special Christmas Dinner with Champagne
* ¥28,000
* Served with a glass of champagne for toasting

4. Restaurant Feu (Minamiaoyama)

Restaurant Feu was established back in 1980—a time when there were still few French restaurants in Japan. A number of great chefs have been trained at Feu since its opening, and even as the times change, the restaurant always manages to offer Japanese-infused French cuisine that matches the tastes of the time.

With an interior featuring a red motif, the restaurant offers an enlivened Christmas atmosphere. With two starting times at 6:00 p.m. and 8:30 p.m., there's nothing stopping you from opening a space in your schedule for the Christmas course dinner.

Special Christmas Dinner
* ¥21,000
* Two appetizers, fish, meat, dessert, petit fours & coffee
* Served December 20–25, 2015
* On the 23rd, 24th and 25th there are two table times: 6:00 p.m. & 8:30 p.m., each set for two hours

3. Il Pregio’s (Shibuya)

This Italian restaurant is hidden away on the second floor of a building nestled in a residential area of Yoyogi-uehara, an area dotted with unique shops. The owner chef, who overflows with hospitality, has been trained in various areas throughout Italy.

Il Pregio's offers four different full-course Christmas dinner options, each paired with a number of glasses or half-glasses of wine.

Chef's X-mas Selection with 7 Half-Glasses of Wine
* ¥25,500
* Chef's Special X-mas Selection: 10 plates with 7 half-glasses of wine
* A variety of matching wine will served by the half-glass as per the chef's selection

Chef's X-mas Selection with 7 Full Glasses of Wine
* ¥32,500
* Chef's Special X-mas Selection: 10 plates with 7 glasses of wine
* A variety of matching wine will served by the glass as per the chef's selection

Chef's X-mas Selection with 8 Half-Glasses of Wine
* ¥30,000
* Chef's Special X-mas Selection: 11 plates with 8 half-glasses of wine
* A variety of matching wine will served by the half-glass as per the chef's selection

Chef's X-mas Selection with 8 Full Glasses of Wine
* ¥37,500
* Chef's Special X-mas Selection: 11 plates with 8 glasses of wine
* A variety of matching wine will served by the glass as per the chef's selection

2. Kifu (Kagurazaka)

Kagurazaka, with its vestiges of a historic red-light district, is a must-visit for anyone staying in Tokyo. This Japanese restaurant is located on a classic Kagurazaka back street, and the owner has the experience of working at a Japanese restaurant in New York. Regardless of specializing in Japanese cuisine, the full course Christmas menu is a Japanese-Western fusion paired with champagne and Japanese rice wine.

Special Christmas Dinner Course
* ¥17,500
* Special Christmas Dinner Course served with one drink
* Served December 22–25, 2015

1. Ryugin (Roppongi)

Ryugin is a world-famous, three -tar Japanese restaurant. Although it doesn't offer a full-course Christmas menu, from December 23, 2015, to January 5, 2016, Ryugin is offering a special full-course menu to celebrate its 12th anniversary. If you're planning to be in Japan during this period, you should definitely make your way here!

12th Anniversary Special Course with Welcome Cocktail
* ¥53,500
* Served December 23, 2015–January 5, 2016 only
* Closed December 27 and January 1
* No course alterations accepted