The art of craftsmanship

Okura's Art of Craftsmanship is an art which is mainly expressed in the culinary diversity of our restaurants. Restaurants that have been rewarded with three Michelin stars for many years. In our kitchens, no concessions are made to age-old traditions, authentic preparation and the very best ingredients. But also in the table setting, the kimonos of the table ladies and the ever-present, but almost invisible service, where traditional craft plays an important role. You can hear all about it in our stories about the Art of Craftsmanship.

Fried rice with prawn - chef

The best of both worlds

The soft lighting, traditional Japanese décor, intimate dining nooks, and impressive glass wine cabinet immediately catch the eye. This serene space has the air of an exclusive club, with skilled servers donning authentic kimonos and Japanese teppan chefs waiting to showcase their skills.

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Okura Crane Birds

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