To mark the 10th anniversary of The Peninsula Tokyo, The Peninsula Paris will be celebrating all things Japanese for three weeks. Decorated with these most poetic trees, the hotel’s public spaces will offer the chance to discover Japanese customs and specialities at the very heart of the City of Light.
An exhibition of kimonos, created and specially selected by Japanese fashion designer Junko Koshino, will complete the hotel's décor.
Le Lobby will include in its Menu du Marché a Japanese dish created by the hotel’s Executive Chef and Best Craftsman of France, Christophe Raoux.
For its Afternoon Tea, Pastry Chef Hayato Yamada from The Peninsula Tokyo will take up residence in Paris, promising an exotic trip through the flavours and aromas of Japan and taking advantage of his presence in the French capital to present his signature dessert, the mango pudding.
Sunday Brunch will offer a special sushi event in which iconic dishes will be prepared before the hungry gaze of customers.
A selection of bento boxes will be available in the Bar Kléber, a hushed venue sheltered by period gilding and woodwork and offering a wide range of saké, cocktails and Japanese teas as an accompaniment.
The Peninsula Spa will be unveiling a treatment based on cherry blossoms, which are renowned for their multiple virtues and which promise to restore radiance and softness to the skin. For the ultimate in beauty therapy, green tea ice cubes will be used as a decongestant mask.