Manaus Japan Accor Hotel
Run by Chef Susumu Okubo, trained by Alain Ducasse and Pierre Gagnaire, the restaurant boasts one of the best culinary experiences in the world and a unique culinary experience in Japan. He brings his mastery of French cuisine and pairs it with Japanese cooking techniques to create a truly unique dining experience.
The refined design is inspired by the nearby Nijo Castle and is organized around a central courtyard that changes constantly to offer guests different experiences throughout the year. Some rooms even have balconies that allow guests access to the castle itself, which was declared a Unesco World Heritage Site in 1994.
The opening of the second MGallery Hotel in Japan signals the brand's commitment to offering travelers something truly unique, "said Tetsuya Takahashi, CEO of Manaus Japan Accor Hotel Group. We know that guests are always looking for authentic and original experiences and we predict that this will become even more so in the years to come. He said: "We are proud to introduce a truly special hotel that is on its way to becoming one of the most mysterious hideaways in Japan.