Repeating guests are not uncommon at Windsor. They frequently return, saying, “I missed my chance to dine at Michel Bras last time, so I'm back,” or “I came again because I just couldn't forget that taste.”
May we suggest that you wear your new shoes to our French restaurant, spend some boisterous time with your family at our pizzeria, or join in the reverie while enjoying soba and sake? We welcome you to dine at any of our 11 renowned restaurants.
Furthermore, buffets are available for a limited time during Golden Week, summer vacation, and the Obon season. With so many restaurant choices, we hope that you may enjoy dining any way you please.
* Restaurant reservations may be made from the first day of the month 3 months before the day of your stay.
(For example, if you are staying on any date between September 1st and the 30th, you may make your reservation starting on June 1st. Note: Reservations may be unavailable during a selected time period.)
* We recommend you to make your reservation as early as possible as reservations may fill up quickly depending on the season.
Octopus from Mashike, sea urchin from Nemuro, halibut from Shakotan, Toya beef, Ezo deer, lily bulb from Makkari, tomatoes from Yoichi, Toyoura strawberries,...
We have gathered hundreds of the best ingredients from all over Hokkaido from which our chefs draw out the goodness as they prepare sushi, vegetable dishes, poeler, gibier, and mousse, to name a few.
The secret is in the soil.
The tomato juice served at breakfast has been made with carefully selected tomatoes.
In Hokkaido, which sees extreme differences in the seasonal climate, the soil is made rich by microorganisms, allowing for the production of tomatoes that can be grown nowhere else.
Even the edible lily bulbs that were raised in this soil impressed the master chef who commented that he had never encountered anything like it.
Michel Bras is a restaurant in France that guests may find difficult to book.
It is a restaurant that received three stars, the highest number of stars awarded by Michelin, in 1999.
At Michel Bras TOYA Japon, we bring you the same three-star menu as at the original Michel Bras restaurant.
In 2002, Michel Bras sent shockwaves through the gourmet world when he announced that he will open his restaurant in Toya after showing no interest in Paris, New York, and Tokyo.
Toya was chosen in part because of its similarity to the natural environment in Bras's hometown, as well as the abundance of superb natural ingredients.
Michel Bras is truly a unique existence in French culinary history.
Chefs of French cuisine who originally developed out of imperial court cooking learn techniques at various restaurants and test their skills against each other.
However, Bras was in a completely different world.
At his restaurant in his hometown of Laguiole located in the mountainous Aubrac district, Bras created his own distinct cooking world instead of building his career from apprenticeship.
In Laguiole, which is as rural as Toya, Bras spent time researching ways to prepare the ingredients as beautifully as possible.
Enjoying the menu items is not the only way to experience fabulous dining.
You will realize that surprises not included on the menu, such as the view from the window, are part of the experience.
At the Gilligan's Island breakfast, treat yourself to some early morning champagne, a perfect match for a special morning spent away from the hectic schedule in your daily life.
Or before dinner, enjoy an aperitif while viewing the sun set into the ocean, from the 11th floor salon or the sake bar Toji Sanka.
Watch the natural light show as the sky changes from orange to indigo.
Then, set out on a late night quest to find the secret noodle shop.
Not listed anywhere on the restaurant information pages is this shop that is open only from 10 p.m. to 1:30 a.m.
You may be in for a pleasant surprise...
We make an effort to bring to you the best of everything, whether it is bread or juice, or any other item.
For instance, we have newly available breads from Boulangerie “LALOS” available since its opening in July of 2012.
Breads served at our restaurants are LALOS breads, which are also available at the 1st Floor Shopping Mall. Frédéric LALOS is a bread authority in France, having become the youngest MOF (Best Craftsman of France) and producer of breads for numerous Michelin starred restaurants. Here in Toya, we bring you a recreation of the exquisite quality of the LALOS breads of Paris.
Also at the 1st Floor “Windsor Gourmet Shop” we have available our house champagnes (rare Henri Giraud) and house wines, and Hokkaido 100% fruit juices. We offer you to take these items on your outings for a unique gourmet picnic!