-Eat the exquisite menu that you want Shiro and Kenji to eat, and get limited original goods! ~
Tokyo Midtown Hibiya will hold a collaboration campaign with the movie version "What did you eat yesterday?" Scheduled to be released on November 3 at "HIBIYA CINEMA FESTIVAL 2021" to be held from October 22 (Friday) to October 11 It will be held until the 12th of March (Friday).
* The campaign may be canceled or changed due to the spread of new coronavirus infection.
This time, at Tokyo Midtown Hibiya & Hibiya Chanter, a collaboration menu was realized to commemorate the release of the movie version of the blockbuster drama "What Did You Eat Yesterday?" There are 16 stores (Tokyo Midtown Hibiyauchi), and each store has a lineup of menus based on the concept of "a menu that you want Kenji to eat, played by Hidetoshi Nishijima and Kenji played by Seiyo Uchino."
◆ Featured collaboration menu ◆
Susan's MEAT BALL (B1)
[Friendly share pack] TAKE OUT OK!
Can you see the two of us sharing meatballs with each other?
Price: Eat-in ¥ 2,079 / Take-out ¥ 2,041
JEAN FRANCOIS (B1)
[Homemade strawberry jam toast drink set] TAKE OUT OK!
Many people will want to eat it after seeing it in the drama! Jam toast
Price: Eat-in ¥ 800 / Take-out ¥ 786
◆ Original coaster gift ◆
Customers who order the collaboration menu at the target restaurants and cafes will receive an original coaster (1 piece) that is based on the movie version "What Did You Eat Yesterday?"
* Not for sale / 7 types in total / Design is not available / Ends as soon as the quantity is limited / The same coaster will be presented at 2 commercial facilities
◆ Original privilege gift at stamp rally ◆
Furthermore, if you order a collaboration menu at the target restaurant / cafe and collect 3 stamps at 2 commercial facilities (Tokyo Midtown Hibiya and Hibiya Chanter) and different stores, you will receive one of the original benefits. As soon as 3 stamps are collected, please redeem them at the desired gift facility.
[Tokyo Midtown Hibiya target stores] 16 stores
Mr.FARMER, BOSTON OYSTER & CRAB, VIETNAMESE CYCLO, BROOKLYN CITY GRILL, Susan's MEAT BALL, JEAN FRANÇOIS, Pâtisserie & Café DEL'IMMO, Suzunami, PHUKET ORIENTAL, Tempura Tentora, DIYA, Chinese Cuisine Reika Sanbuntei, DRAWING HOUSE OF HIBIYA, Q CAFE by Royal Garden Cafe
[Stores subject to Hibiya Chanter] 17 stores
Spacious space (cafe), good luck (Tim Ho Wan), Le Petit Mech, Kihachi Cafe, Hibiya Shimanekan, Tully's Coffee, She, Ringer Hat Tokyo Premium, Chaya Natural & Wild Table, Hibiya Bettei Kashun-an , AZABU SABO Hibiya Salon, Umeume, Tsukiji Sushi Kiyoshi, Pasta & Pizza Wall Hole, Tokyo Western Restaurant Kanda Grill, Five Grains, King of Yasai
* Target stores are subject to change due to the spread of new coronavirus infection.
Other collaboration menu
Q CAFE by Royal Garden Cafe (6F)
Japanese black beef and black pork hamburger set
Price: ¥ 1,960
Offer time: 11: 00-15: 00
DRAWING HOUSE OF HIBIYA (6F)
Tochigi Prefecture Shimono beef stewed hamburger with seasonal vegetables TAKEOUT OK!
Price: Eat-in (with bread or rice) ¥ 2,000 / Take-out (with rice) ¥ 1,500
Limited to 20 meals each day / Limited to weekdays
Chinese food Reika four princes grass (3F)
Mapo tofu TAKEOUT OK!
Price: Eat-in ¥ 2,178 / Take-out ¥ 1,944
Price: ¥ 1,500 Limited to 40 meals each day
Spanish Joselito company Pure blood Iberian pig used Pluma and seasonal vegetable egg binding
Price: ¥ 1,800
Chicken Biryani (rice cooked with chicken using the finest Indian rice) with mini curry TAKEOUT OK!
Price: Eat-in / Take-out ¥ 1,600
Offer time: 11: 00-16: 00
Tempura Tempura (2F)
BIG shrimp tempura set meal
Price: ¥ 1,800 * Limited to 5 meals each day
PHUKET ORIENTAL (3F)
8 kinds of mushrooms and duck meatballs Chim Chum hot pot Jasmine rice set * Lunch is limited to 5 meals each day <br /> Price: Lunch / Dinner ¥ 1,980
* Dinner is a one-drink system (if you do not order a drink + ¥ 650)
Suzunami Negitoro Donburi Set <br /> Price: ¥ 1,870 * Limited to 10 meals each day
Pâtisserie & Café DEL'IMMO (B1)
One dish of pork saute and cheese risotto <br /> Price: ¥ 1,430 / single item / ¥ 1,650 with drink
* Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays 11: 00-15: 00 cannot be ordered separately.
BROOKLYN CITY GRILL (B1)
Solid meat! Assorted 5 kinds of BBQ TAKEOUT OK!
Price: Takeout ¥ 1,609
VIETNAMESE CYCLO (B1)
Fresh spring rolls of shrimp and komgar (chicken rice) set TAKEOUT OK!
Price: Eat-in ¥ 1,540 / Take-out ¥ 1,512
BOSTON OYSTER & CRAB (B1)
Domestic oyster fry plate TAKEOUT OK!
Price: Eat-in ¥ 1,485 / Take-out ¥ 1,458
Power Protein Plate-Oven-grilled chicken with herbs-TAKEOUT OK!
Price: Eat-in ¥ 2,079 / Take-out ¥ 1,790
* Please note that the campaign schedule and contents are subject to change.
* Please note that the number of items offered per day may end due to the circumstances of ingredients.
* In the case of takeout, the amount will differ from the displayed price depending on the tax rate.
* Due to measures to prevent the spread of new coronavirus infection, sudden business hours, changes in menu contents, suspension of alcohol provision, and temporary closure may occur. Please check the official website of each facility before coming to the store.
* All prices include tax.
Movie version "What Did You Eat Yesterday?" Overview
A popular manga by Fumi Yoshinaga, which has surpassed the cumulative circulation of 8.15 million (including the electronic version), was made into a drama starring Hidetoshi Nishijima and Seiyo Uchino, "What Did You Eat Yesterday?" 』. When it was aired on TV Tokyo series in April 2019, it became the number one trend in the world of Twitter, and the number of overlooked distributions exceeded 1 million times in all 12 episodes, breaking the record one after another. It became an exceptionally big hit as a late-night drama frame, and after the final broadcast, it became so popular that many people became "what to eat loss". And while the heat did not cool down, "What Did You Eat Yesterday?" Was made into a movie that fans have been waiting for!
In the fall of 2021, Shiro and Kenji will deliver happy and delicious food on the screen!
November 3rd (Wednesday / holiday) Road show.
Theatrical version "What Did You Eat Yesterday?" Official Website (kinounanitabeta-movie.jp)
Held at the same time! Tokyo Midtown Hibiya movie event information
"HIBIYA CINEMA FESTIVAL" 2021 Overview
HIBIYA CINEMA FESTIVAL is a participatory film festival that will be held for the fourth time this year and will "propose new ways to enjoy movies" from various perspectives. We provide opportunities to feel and enjoy movies more closely through various things and things related to movies, centering on watching movies with a large outdoor vision, which are usually watched in a quiet space.
Period: October 22, 2021 (Friday) -October 29, 2021 (Friday)
Organizer: Tokyo Midtown Hibiya / Hibiya Area Management General Incorporated Association
Sponsored by: Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Japan
Cooperation: Kotobuki Corporation / TOHO Cinemas Co., Ltd./Japanese Canadian Cultural Center in Toronto / Kinema Junpo Co., Ltd.
HIBIYA CINEMA FESTIVAL 2021 special site
About infectious disease measures in Tokyo Midtown Hibiya
At Tokyo Midtown Hibiya, we will take appropriate measures against infectious diseases so that our customers and employees can spend their time with peace of mind.
<Countermeasures against infectious diseases>
・ Customers are requested to measure the temperature before coming to the museum and wear a mask when visiting the museum.
・ Three measures to prevent the spread of infection ・ Hygiene measures (installation of disinfectant, cooperation to secure social distance, etc.)
We are carrying out.
Click here for details https://www.hibiya.tokyo-midtown.com/jp/news/4997/
Contribution of Mitsui Fudosan Group to SDGs
Based on the principles of "coexistence and coexistence," "linkage of diverse values," and "realization of a sustainable society," the Mitsui Fudosan Group aims to create a society in which both people and the earth are enriched, and the environment (E) and society. We are promoting business promotion that is conscious of (S) and governance (G), that is, ESG management. By further accelerating the ESG management of the Group, we believe that we can greatly contribute to the realization of "Society 5.0" advocated by the Government of Japan and the achievement of "SDGs".
* The efforts of this release contribute to one of the goals of the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals).
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