Being a cosmopolitan city, Tokyo has plenty of chic joints serving authentic, wholesome Thanksgiving dinners, lunches, and more!
From fancy, high-class restaurants to cozy, casual eateries, and even a home-delivery service for those staying inside, here are 4 of our recommended places to chow down on a scrumptious Thanksgiving dinner in Tokyo this year!
1. The Oak Door (Grand Hyatt Tokyo)
The Oak Door, a lively steakhouse located in the Grand Hyatt Tokyo, will be serving a traditional Thanksgiving dinner between November 25 – 27. This sizable dinner course will be available in The Oak Door restaurant or pre-ordered to be picked up on Thanksgiving Day (must be reserved by November 18).
The restaurant course is 9,900 yen per person and will feature an assortment of classic Thanksgiving staples as follows:
・Starters: La France pear and goat cheese salad, frisée, walnuts, honey vinaigrette
・Soup: Pumpkin soup
・Main: Roast turkey breast/leg, herb butter
・Sides: “Anno imo” roasted sweet potatoes, Sourdough stuffing, Roasted carrots, Brussels sprouts with bacon, Green Beans, mushroom duxelle, Cranberry jam, Spinach gratin
・Dessert: Homemade pumpkin pie with vanilla ice cream
The takeout course is equally impressive, with the 49,680 yen Thanksgiving Set serving between 8-12 people with most of the eat-in dishes included. If you’re just wanting a turkey, The Oak Door is also selling takeout whole roast turkeys with herb butter for 16,200 yen.
Reservations for both restaurant bookings and takeout orders can be made in English on the official The Oak Door website (see below).
*All prices listed for The Oak Door include tax.
The Oak Doorオーク ドア
- Address 6th Floor Grand Hyatt Tokyo, 6-10-3, Roppongi, Minato, Tokyo
- Phone Number 03-4333-8784
Thanksgiving Dinner: November 25 – 27, 6:00pm - 10:30pm (last order 10:00pm)
Takeout Pick Up: November 25 (12:00am - 2:00pm, must be reserved in advance by November 18)
- Thanksgiving Dinner: 9,900 yen per person
- Takeout Set: 49,680 yen
- Takeout Roast Turkey: 16,200 yen
2. BLT STEAK ROPPONGI (Roppongi)
BLT STEAK ROPPONGI, one of the world’s most renowned American steakhouses, will be hosting a Thanksgiving lunch, dinner, and takeout delivery service at their Roppongi restaurant this November.
The lunch and dinner will be served on November 25 and 26 and can be booked up until November 24. Takeout can be ordered up until November 23.
Diners will be treated to a diverse menu of Thanksgiving delights like roast turkey, mashed potatoes, pumpkin pottage, and more, topped with authentic gravy and cranberry relish to further nourish the soul. There are several courses to choose from, including a 7,000 yen or 10,000 yen dinner, 4,600 yen lunch, and 5,000 yen takeout delivery service.
The main difference between the two dinner courses is the inclusion of a fillet mignon steak in addition to turkey.
Further details can be found on the official website and takeout delivery service can be ordered on the reservation page (see below).
Here’s the BLT STEAK ROPPONGI 10,000 yen dinner course:
・Chopped vegetable salad dried fruit, walnut and apple vinaigrette
・Pumpkin potage soup
・Roast turkey and fillet mignon with mashed potatoes, cranberry relish, and gravy sauce
・Pecan and cranberry tart
The BLT STEAK GINZA restaurant will also host a Thanksgiving menu equally worth checking out. It’s a little different from the Roppongi version, so make sure you confirm the details to see which better suits your appetite before booking. The BLT STEAK GINZA Thanksgiving lunch and dinner menu can be found at the official website.
*All prices listed for BLT STEAK ROPPONGI include tax. There will also be a service charge of 10% at dinner time.
BLT STEAK ROPPONGIBLT STEAK ROPPONGI 六本木店
- Address 5F Izumi Garden, 1-6-1, Roppongi, Minato, Tokyo
- Phone Number 03-3589-4129
Thanksgiving Lunch/Dinner: November 25 – 26
- Weekday: 11:30am - 3:00pm, 5:00pm - 11:00pm
- Weekend: 11:30am - 4:00pm, 4:00pm - 11:00pm
Thanksgiving Takeout Delivery: Orders open until November 23
- Thanksgiving Lunch: 4,600 yen
- Thanksgiving Dinner #1: 7,000 yen
- Thanksgiving Dinner #2: 10,000 yen
- Thanksgiving Takeout: 5,000 yen
3. Empire Steak House Roppongi (Roppongi)
Empire Steak House Roppongi, renowned for introducing glamorous New York-style dining to Tokyo, will be offering a special Thanksgiving Day menu between November 25 - 28.
Diners will be able to relish authentic dishes of roasted turkey with homemade gravy and cranberry sauce both at the restaurant or as takeout. The highlight will be the eat-in multi-course meal with turkey complemented by a tapestry of mouth-watering appetizers, side dishes, and a dessert of toasty apple pie with cinnamon served a la mode. Also on the menu is a roasted whole or half turkey complemented by sweet potato fries, green beans, and homemade stuffing to enjoy at the restaurant or take home (see prices below).
For the full course treatment, Empire Steak House Roppongi will serve the following for 9,000 yen per person:
・Appetizer: One from among the following; Sizzling Canadian bacon, mixed green salad, Caesar salad, mozzarella and beefsteak tomato, Empire’s salad
・Main: Roasted turkey (homemade gravy and cranberry sauce)
・Sides: Sweet potato fries, green beans, homemade stuffing
・Dessert: Warm Apple Pie a la mode
Available as both lunch and dinner from Thanksgiving Day on Thursday all the way through to Sunday, this is the perfect opportunity for those with busy schedules to snag some scrumptious Thanksgiving treats.
Reservations can be made online at the Empire Steak House Roppongi reservation page (see below). Alternatively, you can call the restaurant directly (see phone number below).
*All prices listed for Empire Steak House Roppongi include tax. A 10% service charge will be added to the bill of dine-in guests.
Empire Steak House Roppongiエンパイアステーキハウス六本木
- Address 6-7-11, Roppongi, Minato, Tokyo
- Phone Number 03-6721-1909
Thanksgiving Lunch/Dinner: November 25 – 28
- Lunch: 11:30am - 3:00pm
- Dinner: 5:00pm - 11:30pm
- Thanksgiving Day Weekend Special Course: 9,000 yen per person
- Roasted Whole Turkey (for 4 people): 11,000 yen
- Roasted Half Turkey (for 2 people): 6,600 yen
- Takeout Roasted Whole Turkey: 10,800 yen
- Takeout Roasted Half Turkey 6,400 yen
4. The Meat Guy (Japan-wide)
If you’re planning on spending Thanksgiving at home, you’ll be pleased to hear that there’s a diverse range of meat delivery companies dishing out Thanksgiving delights to the entirety of Japan. One of the most well-established is The Meat Guy, who specialize in delivering high-quality curated meats and more throughout the country.
With a user-friendly website and comprehensive English support, getting Thanksgiving favorites delivered straight to your door has never been easier!
You can purchase a frozen premium-grade whole American-bred turkey feeding between 6-8 people for 5,980 yen, plus a helping of canned cranberry sauce, homemade pumpkin pie, spiral potatoes, Italian salsiccia sausage, and whatever else takes your fancy.
Just be aware that you’ll need to roast the turkey yourself, which may be difficult for those living in conventional oven-less Japanese residences. Prices are reasonable and shipping fees are a flat rate no matter the order size.
You can pay online via credit card or through cash on delivery, bank transfer, or postal transfer. Check out the official The Meat Guy website (below) for additional details like shipping fees and more.
*All prices listed for The Meat Guy include tax.
There’s Plenty of Food For Thanksgiving Dinner in Tokyo!
If you’re longing for the heart-warming flavors of a traditional Thanksgiving spread in Tokyo, you’re in luck! The above Thanksgiving meals are all painstakingly crafted by some of Tokyo and Japan’s most celebrated culinary establishments, so you can trust them to recreate the tastes of home without the need to fly back.
Find one that suits you, make a booking, and celebrate the Thanksgiving you’ve been craving for in Tokyo!
* This article is accurate as of the date it was published (November 2021).
* Depending on the spread of COVID-19, the content of the campaign, business hours, and temporary closure may occur. Please check the official website or official SNS for details.
*Prices and options mentioned are subject to change.
*Unless stated otherwise, all prices include tax.
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