Keio Plaza Hotel Hosts “Mt. Fuji Art And Culture Fair” To Enchant Japanese & Overseas Guests With The Beauty Of Mt. Fuji Through Artwork & Menus
Keio Plaza Hotel (KPH), one of Japan’s most prestigious international hotels located in Shinjuku, Tokyo, will hold “Mt. Fuji Art and Culture Fair” which introduces the beauty of Mt. Fuji, the most representative mountain of Japan, through the artwork, event, menus, and accommodation plan.
Paintings and other artwork of Mt. Fuji, the representative mountain of Japan, will be displayed in the hotel.
Mt. Fuji was inducted to the list of World Cultural Heritage sites in June 2013, and has drawn an increasing amount attention of both Japanese and overseas visitors. Furthermore, Shinjuku, where our hotel is located, is the starting point from Tokyo on the journey to Mt. Fuji, which has deeply influenced Japanese art and culture. This fair has been held since 2013, and is part of our efforts to strengthen services to overseas guests from over 100 countries around the world.
Paintings and other artwork of Mt. Fuji created by the Japanese contemporary artists will be displayed during the fair, includingsento bathhouse drawings of Mt. Fuji by one of the only two known existing painters. In advance of the fair on May 31, a live painting event of a Mt. Fuji bathhouse type painting will be performed.
In addition, five restaurants and lounges within the Keio Plaza Hotel will prepare special menus using food materials from Shizuoka and Yamanashi Prefectures that have been designed with the image of Mt. Fuji in mind.
Furthermore, Keio Plaza Hotel will also offer accommodation packages with gifts depicting Mt. Fuji including posters and Aritaporcelain drawn with pictures of Mt. Fuji. These packages also include breakfasts, and dinner set consisting of three kinds of popular Japanese menus: sushi, tempura and sukiyaki.