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Travel Eats: Mai Japanese Dining (Tokyo)

The restaurant is Westin Hotel's Japanese restaurant. Our business associate chose the place for convenience but as it turned out, food was very good.  The lunch menu is pretty varied, lots of sets and mini kaiseki courses.

We took the mid-priced course at 5,000 Y per person and the following was what we had:

trio of appetizers - (from left) fried corn mocha cake, creamy tofu with walnut sauce, daikon, white bait and maitake mushroom salad

clear soup with shrimp dumpling and chrysanthemum

seasonal sashimi - tai and ?

grilled wild salmon with yamaimo topping, ginger flower and sweet potato

red rice dumpling filled with pumpkin, seasonal vegetables and drizzled with ankake sauce

rice course - baby baby potatoes pickles and miso asari soup

home made rice mocha with chestnuts and red bean paste

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