Luna Regalo Hibiya Patio Showplace


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This unique space will host the dinner show ‘Luna Regalo tsuki kara no okurimono’ (‘Gift from the moon’) for limited season from April 29, 2010. The venue is a gigantic tent, which is situated in amongst office buildings and seats 400 people. Here the audience can enjoy a ‘fusion’ of acrobatic performances and fine cuisine. The performance artists are from Russia’s famous Great Moscow Circus and the cuisine takes the form of a set menu comprising four dishes each made by a famous Japanese chef. These big names include Hiro Yamada, for Italian cuisine; Hiroyuki Sakai for French cuisine; and Aya Kakisawa for a dessert made from vegetables. The season will finish on August 1, 2010.



1-4-1 Yurakucho, Chiyoda, Tokyo

Transport Yurakucho station (JR Yamanote Line)

Telephone 0570 02 9912 (Information Desk)

Telephone 0570 04 3333 (Luna Regalo)

Admission Mon-Fri ¥16,000 (food and tax included, plus drink fee), Sat, Sun and nat. holidays ¥18,000 (food and tax included, plus drink fee)


Please note: All information is correct at the time of writing but is subject to change without notice.

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