Shichi Jyu Ni Kou
The Tokyo Station Hotel B1F,
1-9-1, Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Tel +81-(0)3-6269-9401 (bookable)
Lunch 11:00a.m.〜 3:00p.m.（Last Order 2:00p.m.）
Cafe 2:00p.m.〜 4:30p.m.（Last Order 3:30p.m.）
Dinner 5:00p.m.〜11:00p.m.（Last Order 9:30p.m.）
Open 7 days a week
Seats : Teppanyaki 8, Hall 46, Lounge 12, 4 Private rooms
Price : Lunch ￥2,500-, Dinner course ￥7,000-
(tax and service charge are not included)
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About “Shichi Jyu Ni Kou” (the 72 seasons)
Akio Saito, who continued to serve as Executive Chef of Japanese Restaurants
in the hotels as Grand Hyatt Tokyo
and Conrad Tokyo etc., went independent and opened up a new Japanese
Restaurant “Shichi Jyu Ni Kou” in Roppongi in 2011.
And he opened a new branch at The Tokyo Station Hotel in 2012. You
can enjoy not only the authentic delicacies of the season and organic
ingredients but also vegetarian food and macrobiotic diet.
Japan and other East Asian countries observe 24 “solar terms” that
mark off segments of the lunisolar calendar.
And moreover, the solar terms can be divided into about three 5-day
periods each, called the 七十二候”Shichi Jyu Ni Kou”
(that means the “72 seasons”). This system of subdividing the year
according to the motions of the sun and moon
originated in ancient China but was revised due to the actual changes
of nature and weather, and the growth of animals and plants in the
Japanese climate and lifestyle.