Peter Luger Steak House Opens First Japanese Branch at Ebisu Garden Place

02.May.2021 | FOOD / SPOT

Hailing originally from Brooklyn, the 130-year-old Peter Luger Steak House has announced the opening of its first-ever Japanese branch which will welcome customers at Ebisu Garden Place in Tokyo this September with its 3-storeys of red brick.

Peter Luger is credited with spreading the mouth-watering wonder of dry-aged beef steak to the world which has made the restaurant’s name globally famous. The restaurant of course wields a Michelin Star and has been featured high on the Zagat Survey for over 30 years.

 

The secret behind Peter Luger’s signature ingredient

The restaurant’s beef fillet and New York strip are signature items on the menu, both of which are made from porterhouse steak. Their steak is also made from USDA Prime beef which is dry-aged by hand to intensify the flavour and aroma.

 

The porterhouse is placed directly onto the broiler and seasoned solely with salt. The steak is flipped only once during the broiling process. A knob of melted butter is added to a serving platter and the steak is sliced atop it. It’s then placed back into the broiler for a few minutes depending on the doneness requested by the customer. It’s this process that gives Peter Luger’s steaks their deliciousness. 

 

Brooklyn red brick building and theatre decor

The Japanese branch takes inspiration from the Brooklyn restaurant with its red brick exterior.

The first floor is home to the bar where customers can enjoy food and cocktails. There’s also a takeout shop with gifts and other items.

The second floor is the spacious dining space which is home to Peter Ruger’s first-ever open kitchen. The third floor is another seating area with balcony-like seats so you can look out over the city.

 

There are seven private dining rooms of varying sizes for those looking a little more intimacy and privacy. The restaurant’s lighting was also designed by a New York designer.

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    If you’re looking to speak to someone about architecture and real estate, Architecture Cafe Sumika also houses its own resident experts. Customers can also enjoy a range of other works by architects and interior designers.

     

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    Carp streamer-inspired roll cake and animal pastries

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    Serving: April 29, 2021 – May 5, 2021

     

    Happy Father’s Day & Happy Mother’s Day Specials

    Mother’s Day Mont Blanc / Father’s Day Mont Blanc – ¥1,944 Each (Tax Included)

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    Edamame & Bacon Parmesan France / Chocolate Cream Cornet (Dark Chocolate) – ¥302 Each (Tax Included)

    Orange Cream Cornet – ¥302 / Tomato Rustic – ¥302 / Shokupan (Matcha & Adzuki Bean) – ¥648 (Tax Included)

     

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    Royal Park Hotel x Mizkan

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    Sanrio’s Characters

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    Ichigo Shimbun

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    Hello Kitty: The Character Who Turned Into a Global Icon

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    A Battle Between Artists

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    This year’s Hibiya Festival will take place around Tokyo Midtown Hibiya from April 29 to May 16. Visitors can enjoy free musicals, Japanese dance, opera, and more, all in an open space.

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    Peter Pan Broadway Musical – Mini Concert & Talk | Thursday April 29, 2021

     

    Everybody’s Talking About Jamie – Japan’s First Rendition | Sunday May 9, 2021

     

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    NBA Ballet | Saturday May 1, 2021

     

    CAT-A-TAC SHOW (CAT-A-TAC) | Sunday May 2, 2021

     

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    Hibiya Festival Program

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  • Peanuts 70th Anniversary Shop Opens in Ikebukuro

    24.April.2021 | FASHION / SPOT

    The Snoopy Time Capsule Exhibition Final Tour Special Shop opened at Seibu Ikebukuro on April 21 as part of the ongoing celebrations to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Peanuts comic strip.

     

    70th Anniversary Items

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    Big Eco Bag | ¥2,750

    All-In-One Gels | ¥1,210 Each

    Mini Towels | ¥660 Each

    Exclusive Snoopy Nanbu Tekki Teapot | ¥7,590

    Exclusive Snoopy Handkerchiefs | ¥550 Each

    Exclusive Snoopy Komon Pattern Plates | ¥1,320 Each

    Exclusive Snoopy Coin Purses | ¥1,210

    Snoopy Pillow | ¥2,750

    Mini Mugs | ¥1,320 Each

    Medium-Sized Eco Bags | ¥1,320

     

    Bonus Item

     

    Snoopy Photo Spots Recreating Famous Peanuts Scenes

     

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  • Laforet Harajuku Announces LAFORET GOLDEN WEEK

    24.April.2021 | FASHION / SPOT

    Golden Week is almost here in Japan, and so Laforet Harajuku is readying itself for its special LAFORET GOLDEN WEEK event which will run from April 24 to May 9.

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    Kuttsuketemiyou Picture Book Pop-Up Shop | May 1 – May 16 | Floor 2F POP UP SHOP SPACE

    Kuttsuketemiyou is a picture book by contemporary artist Ken Kagami and it’s getting its first pop-up shop at Lofret Harajuku. The humorous book sees Kagami seeing what would happen if he tried attaching certain things to animals. It’s a work of artistic nonsense enjoyed by children and adults alike, and fans of the quirky story can get their hands on a range of merchandise featuring the cute creatures. Kagami will also be doing signings.

     

    Kuttsuketemiyou Book ¥1,650 / Mug ¥2,750 / Tote Bag ¥4,180 / T-Shirt ¥4,950 (Tax Included)

     

    ABEMA 5th Anniversary Laforet Harajuku Campaign

    In celebration of ABEMA’s 5th anniversary, it is holding a limited-time campaign in collaboration with several popular Japanese TV shows such as Koi to Ookami ni wa Damasarenai and Black Cinerella. ABEMA is a Japanese video streaming website. During the campaign, customers who spend over ¥2,000 at select stores will receive a limited-edition Black Cinderella sticker and a ticket to an online event centred on Koi to Ookami ni wa Damasarenai. They can also enter a raffle to win signed merchandise from the shows if they show their receipt and have spend over ¥2,000.

     

     

    Harajuku Shopping Week 2021 | April 28 – May 7

    Shoppers who spend over ¥1,000 at select stores will receive a scratch card that may net them a ¥1,000 coupon.

     

     

    UNDER GROUND SNAP Photoshoot | April 29 – May 8 @ 12:00-16:00

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    22.April.2021 | FASHION / SPOT

    Starting this month, Laforet Harajuku is readying itself for Spring 2021 with the rollout of items by high-end brands and shops, all with an audience in mind who simply love culture regardless of their age or gender.

     

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    4.9 | New Store Opening

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    3.12 | New Store Opening

    《Floor 5F》OSEWAYA TOKYO

    OSEWAYA TOKYO is an accessory shop offering everything from basics to trends. Their motto is “bring your happiness” which is melded into their range, spanning the latest trends to must-have dailies. They have everything you hope a store specialising in accessories would have.

     

    4.9~6.6 | New Store Opening

    《Floor B0.5F》GLAZE KOHL x NUTTY VINTAGE

    GLAZE KOHL x NUTTY VINTAGE is a limited-time collaboration shop between chic apparel brand GLAZE KOHL and NUTTY, a vintage shop that first opened in 1995. They line-up features new Spring 2021 items as well as the “GLAZE KOHL add VINTAGE” corner which features a selection of vintage items picked out by designers who themselves are vintage buyers. NUTTY VINTAGE is also offering a huge selection of the best authentic vintage items. Customers can enjoy some little limited-edition gifts when shopping there which are being given out to commemorate the shop’s opening.

     

    5.22~6.4 | New Store Opening

    《Floor 4F》Mansion Mikura

    Mansion Mikura’s main store is located at Harajuku Cat Street. This limited-time rendition is a ‘mansion’ with four tenants – a collection of four second-hand shops including SAUCE which stocks miscellaneous items and second-hand clothes, top ranking vintage name STEP A HEAD, side car charlie which specialises in ‘maniac items,’ and the long-selling brand vintagesheets.

     

    6.5~7.25 | New Store Opening

    《Floor 4F》SAUCE

    SAUCE is another vintage store located behind Cat Street. For its limited-time opening, it’s selling hats in collaboration with Antage which previously sold out, as well as its own upcycled vintage clothing, as well as vintage clothes, rugs, and more from overseas.

     

    5.22~5.30 | New Store Opening

    《Floor 0.5F》vanilla(B0.5F)

    vanilla will provide a diverse line-up of unique fashion as well as brands such as att production, room boy pony, phemesaccessories, and more.

     

    5.31~6.6 | New Store Opening

    《Floor 0.5F》Ochame Department

    At Ochame Department, they believe simply being cute is being, and being the same as others is boring. Their fashion stock and handmade bits and bobs are imbued with the magic to make customers smile.

     

    CLEAN KEEPERS Regular Member Uniforms

    CLEAN KEEPERS is a cleaning project that takes place every Saturday at Laforet Harajuku in the hopes of creating a clean town and in turn clean hearts for all. Their uniform worn by regular members has changed into a blouson and one piece produced by ehka sopo on Floor B1F of Laforet. The blouson has a retro feel to it while the one piece has long sleeves and is inspired by 19th century British maids.

     

    CLEAN KEEPERS

    Running: Saturdays @ 10:30-12:30 (Booking Required/Cancellation if it rains)毎

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