We offer a wide range of catering to fit your event's atmosphere and your specific needs.

Box lunches

Everything from light fare such as sandwiches to classic box lunches


We offer an expansive lineup to meet a variety of events, from meals for valued customers to lunches for meetings and training sessions and light snacks for breaks. Halal and vegetarian dishes are also available, so do not hesitate to let us know your needs.

※We might not be able to offer food or beverages if it is on the menu list because of COVID-19.
※All menu japanese text only.

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Parties and social get-togethers

Make your events more elegant with meal presentation coordination and colorful dishes


We offer catering selections that make all kinds of events more elegant, from post-seminar parties to international conference receptions. Welcome your guests with cuisine and table decoration befitting your event. We can accommodate various requests, including hotel catering.

Orders for meals can be placed until two weeks before your event, and changes can be placed until one week before the event.

Conceptual images of party and social get-together types

We can propose various catering options, from full-fledge hotel buffet party plans to light, handmade party plans featuring hors d'oeuvres, to meet your particular usage needs, eliminating the need to change locations.

Press conferences
Type of event Information sharing session following a lecture meeting
Number of users 70 people
Pricing 910,000 yen (13,000 yen per person)
Caterer The Okura Tokyo
Room the AIR1/3

Cuisine examples (12 dishes)

Finger foods
  • Cocktail sandwiches
Chilled dishes
  • Chef's hors d'oeuvre recommendation - Three hors d'oeuvre selection
  • Small smoked salmon and marinated red sea bream rose blossoms
  • Crab and vegetable spring rolls
Warm dishes
  • Flounder steamed in wine a la Dugléré
  • Spiny lobster and seafood cream gratin
  • Roast beef - Chef's carving service
  • Roast lamb with ratatouille
  • Milanese-style lamb sauté with warm vegetables
  • Okura's special vegetable curry
  • Seasonal fruit assortment
  • Pâtissier's recommendation
Anniversary parties
Type of event Post-seminar social get-together
Number of users 250 people
Pricing 1,250,000 yen (5,000 yen per person)
Caterer CB Service
Room the AIR2/3

Cuisine examples (14 dishes)

Chilled dishes
  • Edomae-style sushi
  • Lightly boiled Pacific ocean perch with fragrant vegetables and lemon
  • Shrimp and boiled egg cocktail salad
  • Karaage (Japanese fried chicken) and Yurinchi-style marinated vegetables
  • Chilled Genovese fusilli with prosciutto
  • Japanese roast beef with arugula and Parmesan cheese
Warm dishes
  • Chinese pork and vegetable stir-fry
  • Grilled Mio chicken with nozawana greens and Japanese-style sauce
  • John dory steamed in wine with tomato and olive sauce
  • Scallops and lotus root in sweet and sour, seven spice sauce
  • Koya tofu and vegetable steak with sauce
  • Thick fried noodles with seafood, flavored with salt
  • Seasonal fruit assortment
  • Pâtissier's special petit fours
Cocktail party
Type of event Post-seminar social get-together
Number of users 70 people
Pricing 595,000 yen (8,500 yen per person)
Room 401

Cuisine examples (19 dishes)

Finger foods
  • Salmon salad pita sandwiches
  • Smoked bacon sliders
  • Tomato and spinach terrine pinchos
  • Cod and potato quiche
  • Duck and foie gras cannelloni with truffles
  • Champagne jelly and Italian caviar
  • King crab and cauliflower mousse, consommé de crustace
Chilled dishes
  • Edomae-style sushi
  • Fresh napa cabbage and prosciutto Caesar's salad
  • Chicken fritto with yuzu pepper and lemon sauce
  • Squid and broccoli marinated in anchovy oil
  • Roast beef and baked seasonal vegetables
  • Sicilian style braised beef hind shank
  • Fresh fish sauté with savoy cabbage and iwanori seaweed sauce
  • Pumpkin and pancetta cream penne
  • Burdock confit and ground beef pilaf with garam masala
  • Banana and almond gateau
  • Brightly colored orange and apricot cake
  • Apple macarons

Soft drinks, snacks, and sweets

We provide bottled drinks for event participants, coffee and snacks for waiting room users, and various other services.
※Photos are for conceptual purposes only. Actual contents may vary by season and depending on supply conditions.

Usage procedure

  1. Step 1Basic questions
  2. Step 2Consultation
  3. Step 3Day of event
  4. Step 4Payment
  1. Step 1

    Basic questions

    We will gather basic information such as the date and time of the event, the budget per participant, the type of event, and the types of people that will be attending. Please select the caterer's menu during this step.

    Requests and important information

    • Please provide detailed information such as time and location information, even if it is tentative.
  2. Step 2


    Please share information such as current attendance estimates. We will consider the catering contents together. We can also have chefs come in to perform sushi making and roast beef cutting demonstrations, etc.

    Requests and important information

    • Finalize the number of attendees and menu by the deadline.
  3. Step 3

    Day of event

    On the day of the event, the event manager will confirm at what time catering will be provided, where it will be provided, and the contents of the catering menu.

    Requests and important information

    • If there are any last-minute changes, please let us know as soon as possible. We will do our utmost to accommodate them.
  4. Step 4


    When the event has ended, we will calculate the amount due based on what equipment was actually used and other expenses, and await your payment.


Feel free to contact us to check on room availability or with any questions about our facility

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