Minokichi Yokohama Landmark Plaza serves traditional Kyo-Kaiseki cuisine. It opened in 1719 and is the oldest restaurant in the city today. Minokichi offers several types of dining areas for guests to choose from. Whether having an intimate dinner with beautiful views of the sea and Bay Bridge or meeting a group for business, the restaurant has a setting to accommodate any guest. The menu at Minokichi offers a variety of seasonal vegetables, seafood dishes, meat dishes, desserts and drinks. Try Kyo�s white miso soup, grilled Wagyu beef, deep fried sesame tofu and bamboo shoots with green onion.
Refined fine dining, full of the esprit of Paris, in a restaurant designed by the famous interior designer Pierre-Yves Rochon. Carefully selected seasonal ingredients presented with great finesse, a feast for both the eye and the body, coupled with top class service.FoodMenus include the “Classic Menu” which goes back to the origins of French cooking methods, and “Specialité”, basic ingredients presented in an innovative way. The attraction of Azur is that two different styles can be enjoyed simultaneously. The extensive wine list will delight wine lovers. DécorGlistening chandeliers and the classic elegance of the décor create something extraordinary. Le Salon Bleu, a beautifully coordinated blue-accented private room, is perfect for special occasions. Please refrain from visiting the restaurant in beach sandals.Men are requested not to wear sleeveless shirts and shorts.