A 3-day only special dinner event will be held at the restaurant Arva with a renowned Chef Bo Bech, a head chef and an owner of the restaurant "Geist" in Copenhagen, Denmark, who is known for his creative Nordic cuisine, from Friday 12 October to Sunday 14 October. He has earned one Michelin-star and also has been named “Enfant Terrible” for the uniqueness of his dishes, which has drawn a lot of attention from around the world. This is his first time for him to introduce his simple but also very philosophical representative dishes in Japan. Hope you will enjoy Bo Bech’s world of Nordic gastronomy at Arva.
Open: 6.30pm Dinner start: 7pm
30 seats for each day Price: JPY30,000 / person
（service charge and consumption tax apply）
Sea and Earth Taste each attractions in Normandy dishes
The Normandy region is located in the north-western part of France, sandwiched between green pastures and the sea.
That beautiful and peaceful scenery has facinated many artists and musicians and inspired them to create great works.
The production of dairy products is very active in this area and when they are combined with the fresh fish caught in the coastal part facing the English Channel, they become the very rich and flavourful sauce. The Cafe by Aman will be offering Sole Posshe with creamy Normandy sauce made from seafood, butter and fresh cream as well as the other signature dish from the region, Duck Roti with apple compotes as apples are also a specialty of the Normandy region.
Please enjoy the simple and heartwarming flavour.
Dolce in Arva – Desserts made with delicious autumn fruits
Autumn is almost upon us, and Arva – Aman Tokyo’s Italian restaurant, will be offering a spectacular afternoon dessert course for three days in late September to celebrate the turning of the seasons. Patissier Yoshihisa Miyagawa will create classical French and Italian desserts using fruits such as pear, apple and persimmon, and also chestnut – a quintessential Japanese autumnal delight. In keeping with the Arva philosophy, Miyagawa will finish preparing the desserts at guests’ tables. The course is limited to 30 seats per day, so please be sure to reserve in advance.
22-24 September, 3pm to 5pm
Includes nine desserts, savory dishes, a glass of champagne, and coffee and tea ¥10,000 per person
Heart-warming local cuisines have been integral to Aman since the first destination, Amanpuri, which opened 30 years ago on the Andaman Sea in Phuket. To celebrate three decades of Aman, head chefs of Amankora in Bhutan and Amantaka in Laos will be playing a starring role in the kitchens of Aman Tokyo between August and September – offering guests the opportunity to sample some of the finest flavours of the Asian continent.
A Taste of Amantaka at The Lounge by Aman
Amantaka, located in the old town of Luang Prabang in Laos, is an architectural example of the French colonial style – conjuring images of a more elegant, bygone era in its culturally diverse, UNESCO-protected surrounds. For five days in September, Amantaka’s Sous Chef Vilaphet Bounsavath will be cooking traditional Lao cuisine at Aman Tokyo’s Lounge. His vibrant dishes, from fresh spring rolls to khao soi curry-flavoured noodles, effortlessly highlight authenticity of the local cuisine.
Creative beers in one of Tokyo’s most enticing summer settings
The Café by Aman – tucked within the verdant Otemachi Forest, is the perfect place to unwind with a chilled beer in the summer. The Jardin de la Bière series features a range of classic Ebisu drafts that have a unique summertime twist – all served alongside exquisite terrace-ready appetizers. Three beers come subtly infused with either cassis, mint or peach. The cocktails – the Shandy Gaff, Panache, and Red Eye – are perfect for winding down in the city's late afternoon sun.
Daily, from 5pm. Until September 30 Free-flowing beers with appetisers ¥5,000 per person (120 minutes)