Le Jardin de Tweed Chanel

Ginza TokyoChanel’s Le Jardin de Tweed (The Garden of Tweed), housed on the rooftop terrace of the Chanel Ginza building lets diners take in the spectacular views of Tokyo’s premier luxury shopping district while sipping on Perrier-Jouët champagne and munching on everything from delicious cheese platters to a light meal with dessert. Well worth a visit if you’re ever in town!

Le Jardin de Tweed Chanel Ginza

Linnea Nilsson at Chanel Le Jardin de Tweed Ginza, Tokyo

Chanel Le Jardin de Tweed Ginza, TokyoIf you really want to maximize your multitasking skills you can forgo the lovely shade provided by the parasols and work on your tan while both dining and socializing.

Cheese Platter at Chanel Le Jardin de Tweed Tokyo GinzaA succulent cheese selection from France that makes my mouth water just at the memory…

Lunch at Chanel Le Jardin de Tweed Tokyo GinzaGinza Sakura Box including a prosciutto salad, freshly baked focaccia, roasted pork with mustard, potato puree, marinated salmon and vegetables, beet-flavored ricotta cream, and for dessert a mango and vanilla matelasse and sakura macaron.

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Chanel’s Le Jardin de Tweed

Welcome to a little bit of paradise, Chanel’s Le jardin de tweed (the garden of tweed) is conveniently located at the rooftop of their Ginza store. So, if you’ve had a tiresome day shopping at Tokyo’s most luxurious streets, this is the terrace to visit and replenish your energies.

The terrace design is sleek and stylish, offering either the option of basking in the sun and working on your jet setter St. Tropez tan or sitting under the safe guard of a parasol.

The stylish terrace offers café-style food with aperitifs and other deliciously elegant snacks. It is catered by Beige’s chef Alain Ducasse which is conveniently located a level down in the Chanel building.

The Champagne Perrier Jouët themed bar serves a range of summery cocktails including champagne of course, but also tea, coffee, and lemonade.

The fabulous view that features Tokyo’s very own version of the Parisian Eiffel tower in the distance, namely Tokyo Tower.

The food arrived in this fabulously simple basket and was presented in a very tasteful manner. I couldn’t wait to dig in and see what a Chanel menu tastes like. I nibbled on a small salad, some poisson (fish) bruschetta and cup of legumes (vegetables). For dessert some pound cake, rose and mint flavored marshmallows, a fabulous macaroon with possibly what tasted like hazelnut filling and some fruit. Such a scrumptious menu!

Ginza street view.

I couldn’t get enough of the dessert menu so I ordered an ice latte to enjoy with some Chanel chocolates.

Très chic!

If you find yourself in need of a trip to the ladies or mens room, you may find yourself searching for quite a while as the outside looks more like a stylish walk in closet than a restroom. A collection of Chanel perfumes is on proud display as is a classic Chanel handbag and some men’s  ties.

The ladies room sign was by far the most stylish one I’ve seen to date.

The men’s room sign proved equally stylish with three Chanel ties in the colors of le tricolore (France’s flag).

All in all, this was the perfect day and such a fabulous experience! A must do if you find yourself in Tokyo.

Details from the Ginza Chanel boutique windows.