An all-day dining located in the center of Tokyo, Marunouchi. Based on Italian, you can enjoy multinational cuisine edited with international cuisine all day. Next to the entrance sits a coffee stand called "KNOTS COFFEE ROASTERS" where our baristas serve up original coffee and espresso drinks to go.
A guest house with a restaurant and wedding/banquet spaces located in Kioi, Akasaka - a corner of the city where history and culture meet. Originally built in 1930 as a private house, the building is designated as a tangible cultural property of Tokyo. This building has been walking with the development of the city, and continues to open its arms to welcome all guests.
A boutique hotel situated in the corner of Aoyama and Gaienmae - the center of fashion and culture. This timeless hotel offers a moment of luxury with space to relax in sophisticated style and an assorted array of restaurants.
The oldest Ryotei in Nagoya that carries on a 400-year tradition. Ryotei Kawabun has entertained honored guests from Japan and abroad as Nagoya’s guest house for foreign dignitaries since the Meiji period. It carries on that tradition today as something more than a restaurant: a new kind of gathering place, and a celebration of culture.
A guest house with an Italian restaurant and wedding/banquet spaces that inherits the tradition and hospitality of old-fashioned restaurant Kawabun that lasted 400 years.The design of the building achieves a fusion of time-honored Japanese architecture and Taisho-period modernism that is distinctive and yet somehow imbued with warm memories.
A 6-story building with an asian restaurant and wedding/banquet spaces which was formerly Nagoya Bank head office. Since its establishment in 1926, this building has been walking with the development of the city and has been watched by many people. With the concept "the beautiful spot where grown-ups gather", The Conder House welcomes new culture and opens its arms to guests with warm anticipation.
A wedding/banquet guest house located in a corner of Nanzan, one of Nagoya's most prestigious residential areas. The 6,600-square-meter grounds expand before your eyes the second you step through the gate. The beautiful grass-bedded garden greets you with a mix of lustrous evergreens and seasonal flowers, which allows you to build your perfect wedding at The Nanzan House.
A Ryotei that carries more that 120 years of history since its establishment in Meiji period. The building uses some parts that constructed Enjo-ji, and is designated as a registered tangible cultural property. Here you can enjoy its superb kaiseki cuisine (multi-course meals) that is tailored to Nara's seasonal events. There are also some quiet private rooms for your special occasions.
A restaurant and wedding/banquet spaces located in the Kyoto Higashiyama area, where the classic Kyoto style coexists with a sense of the extraordinary. This 1.4-acre estate was originally built as the residence of Takeuchi Seiho, one of the greats of nihonga (Japanese-style painting). Here you can enjoy our utmost care which will give you an unforgivable time.
The former head office building of Shimadzu Corporation that was reborn as a restaurant and a space for weddings and parties. This model of pre-war architecture has witnessed Kyoto's life and growth through changing times. Here you can have a warm moment with important people at a modern Western-style building with nostalgia drifting.
A guest house with restaurant and wedding/banquet space that was transformed from a high-status historical building, the former Osaka Embassy. Spend you special moments in this modern building where you can enjoy the refined design on a plot of over three acres with a lushly green, beautiful garden.
Japan's oldest hotel first opened in 1870. The tragedy of the Great Hanshin Earthquake once brought its history into an ultimate halt, but reopened again in 2010 carrying the spirit of the original. The Oriental Hotel's past has been intertwined with that of the city of Kobe itself, and together, they will build a new future.
A small luxury hotel that places you in the heart of the city and yet releases you from the surrounding hustle and bustle. Both as a restoring resort space apart from the daily world and, sometimes, as an exciting nexus of coming-together, it offers constantly evolving contents suited to the ebb and flow of one’s lifestyle.
A luxury resort lying in the middle of "Uminonakamichi Sea Side Park", 30 minutes by car from Hakata, Fukuoka. It is Japan's sole resort located in a government-managed park. Here you can enjoy a stunning view of the cobalt blue ocean from our guest room or relax on Japan's largest grass garden.
Sushi Azabu is kept secret underground in the streets of TriBeCa, where it has been serving one of New York's finest edo-mae style sushi, and has been loved by local New Yorker's since 2008. Well known for the experience provided with the food, atmosphere, and Omotenashi, once stepping in the restaurant, it's the beginning of a journey to Japan.
Selected as Miami's Best Japanese Restaurant in our opening year, 2018, Azabu Miami Beach serves three concepts under one roof. The main dining room with a large open kitchen with the robata grill in the middle serves izakaya style dishes, the hidden sushi den serves omakase style sushi with fresh flown fish from Japan, lastly the Azabu bar with the largest selection of Japanese whisky in Florida.
Located steps away from the beach in Miami, Lolo's is a Mexican restaurant with a vibrant beach vibe. Lolo's serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, as well as services the food on the beach, and is a spot where locals and tourists unwind to enjoy tacos and tequila.
DECK. Bar & Grill is a Waikīkī’s "must-go" destination. With its famous view of Diamond Head, DECK. offers al fresco cocktails and locally sourced, island fresh ingredients that make up our new American cuisine inspired by Hawaiian flavors. You can also enjoy Queen Kap‘iolani Hotel Sunday Brunch and an adventurous mix of craft cocktails, beer and wine.
Located in the living room of Queen Kap'iolani Hotel, Knots Coffee Hawaii is the first original venue that Plan Do See Japan brings overseas. It brings Tokyo's coffee culture to Hawaii, where you can enjoy all of your favorite Hot and Cold meal choices all served with a unique signature style you will want to sip, savor and share.
The Sayan House is a Latin-Japanese fusion restaurant aimed at tourists and expats who are looking for an upscale culinary experience that includes the beauty of Ubud’s sceneries and differentiates from the more traditional local offers.
Situated in one of the most exuberant places in Asia, HÔTEL du PARC HANOÏ places you in the heart of theHanoi city and yet releases you from surrounding hustle and bustle. With the perfect fusion of Japanese attentive care and Vietnamese warm hospitality, we will provide you with a whole new hotel experience.