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Hilton Tokyo's Marble Lounge hosts Alice’s Kawaii Christmas Tea Party


The word kawaii takes on many meanings in the Japanese language. Other than its original meaning of “cute”, it also encompasses the concept of being small, lovable and charming. If you have a sweet tooth and love all things kawaii, do not miss Hilton Tokyo’s Christmas 2019 edition of “Alice’s Kawaii Christmas Tea Party.”


The pioneer of dessert buffet in Tokyo reinvents the story of Alice as she shrinks in size upon consuming “Drink Me” and engages in a game of hide & seek among the colouful world of ornaments alongside her faithful friends. This new dessert buffet is available daily between 2:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. until Dec 25. Enjoy up to 30 sweet & savoury items at 3,800 yen per person on weekdays and 3,950 yen on weekends.


Inspired by Alice’s loyal friend, the “Mad Hatter” is a petit but rich chocolate terrine on a cookie. The Queen of Heart expresses her extravagance with the “Stuffed Ornament”, a nutty nougat mousse & chocolate mousse cake.


It isn’t Christmas without some festive decorations. “Alice’s Apple Wreath” is a apple jam tart with fresh raspberries ...


... while “Mini Christmas Trees” are bite-sized tarts topped with pistachio cream.


Ornaments are re-imagined in various shapes as can be seen in the decorations as well as “Ornament Noir Et Blanc (Black & White Ornament)” which is apricot compote paired with almond mousse.


Don’t forget to try out the Christmas edition of “Drink Me” which is a Christmas hot wine flavored with citrus fruits, cinnamon, anise and other spices. Savoury items are also popular with guests. Enjoy minced meat danish, baked gratin and fried chicken bites! The buffet also includes 10 selections of Ronnefeldt tea, espresso, cappuccino, black tea and more.


Alice’s Kawaii Christmas Tea Party

Restaurant: Marble Lounge (Hilton Tokyo 1F)

Period: Until Dec 25

Operating hours: 2:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.

Price: 3,800en per person on weekdays & 3,950 yen on weekends (excluding tax & service charge)

For reservations, click here.

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