Japanese Restaurant in Bangkok | Tenshino | Pullman King Power


Experience a chic innovative Japanese restaurant in Bangkok, TENSHINO serves unique Japanese cuisine for dinner using the freshest ingredients from Japan and France. Indulge the elegant surroundings with a touch of bohemian chic together with friends and family.

The safety and well-being of our guests is our utmost priority. Therefore, we have taken preventive and precautionary measures to ensure your safety and well-being when experiencing your culinary journey in our restaurant and introduced extreme cleanliness and hygiene procedures at every step across all operations. These include temperature checks for everyone arriving at the restaurant, alcohol-based hand sanitizers for guests and staff to use and social distancing protocols of at least 1.5 meters being adhered to. Maximum 28 seats (social-distancing setup). Please wear a face mask before entering to restaurant.


Wednesday – Sunday from 18.00 – 23.00 hrs.

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Japanese restaurant in Bangkok


Welcome to Tenshino, Pullman Bangkok King Power’s unique, stylish and ground-breaking signature dining experience. Certainly, the best Japanese restaurant in Bangkok. Guests can embark on a new Japanese culinary journey in a restaurant set in the most elegant yet casual surroundings with a touch of bohemian chic. Moreover, it is a Japanese restaurant in Bangkok without equal and is an ideal venue for those who like to savor the finest tasting cuisine in a vibrant and exciting atmosphere. Whether with family and friends or for a work function. Also perfect place for business dinner venue where guests can host a casual dinner for MICE groups or corporate companies at The Dining Room.


With a wonderfully creative menu. Tenshino serves innovative Japanese cuisine using the freshest ingredients imported directly from Japan and France several times per week. From the first bite, you will be astounded that you found this most amazing Japanese restaurant in Bangkok. Therefore, to celebrate the diversity and seasonality of the produce. In other words, our Chef creates contemporary dishes with respect for traditional Japanese techniques and culinary heritage. In addition, the menu features a range of innovative Japanese canapes, starters, raw seafood, mains, sides and desserts. And, is guided by the desire to create a social and casual dining experience with plates designed for sharing.


The eclectic menu changes frequently depending what is in season. For example, the selection would include starters such as Hokkaido scallops with blanched and roasted cauliflower, served with dashi and shaved Romanesco. Moreover, the menu also features a raw section with a daily selection of the freshest sushi and sashimi imported directly from Japan. As well as Jean-Paul Monsieur oysters from Utah Beach in France. Furthermore, from the mains section, highlights include veal sweetbread with yuzu kosho and roasted eggplant. And, fettuccini served in a rich sauce made from Hokkaido sea urchin and Live lobster seasoned with Bordier seaweed butter.

At Tenshino, we have created a menu that reflects not only the great quality and seasonality of Japanese and French produce. But also the menu is Japanese in essence but with hints of techniques and inspiration that have been picked up from the chef’s experience. Therefore, We are proud of the menu we have created and look forward to welcoming diners to Tenshino.



Designed with a French bistro and the Japanese tradition for natural materials and textiles in mind. Tenshino is a Japanese restaurant in Bangkok that features a rich design scheme with bold colors. And at times quirky elements to create excitement and a hint of surprise. Moreover, the restaurant is divided into five main sections, each with a slightly different aesthetic.

As soon as guests enter the restaurant, they are greeted by a 5-metre communal table set in a boldly appointed space stunningly decorated with glass, bamboo, copper touches and a delicate wallpaper with a faded peacock print with gold embellishments. Further, the sophisticated bar area features curved booths and bistro-style marbled tables. On the other hand, the bar, where guests can enjoy a pre-dinner drink or a more casual dining experience, is made of green granite and clad with green tiles with brass detailing.

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A true Japanese restaurant in Bangkok must have private dining spaces. At Tenshino, hidden behind the bar, guests will find a more intimate dining area, called The Dining Room. Firstly, the semi-enclosed by woven rattan screens, it is designed for private dinners and features two 8-person teakwood tables that can be put together for larger groups. Secondly, wood paneling, velvet upholstery, crystal chandeliers and beautiful Japanese-inspired wallpaper lend The Dining Room sophistication and an air of luxury.


It could never be the best Japanese restaurant in Bangkok if it wasn’t in the best location. Most importantly, Tenshino is located inside the Pullman Bangkok King Power hotel. Which is next door to the King Power Duty Free Complex in the thriving heart of Bangkok. It is Perfectly situated in one of Bangkok’s premier business and shopping areas. With the BTS Skytrain and Airport Rail Link only moments away, Tenshino could not be more accessible to all.

As well as Tenshino, at Pullman Bangkok King Power guests can embark on a culinary journey through our enviable selection of diverse eateries. In other words, it is safe to say that our hotel in Bangkok is one of the city’s leading gastronomic destinations. Serving guests traditional Thai, innovative Japanese and other Asian flavors alongside an astonishing range of the best international cuisine.

Simply put, if you are looking for a hotel in Bangkok that hits new heights in culinary pleasure. Then, look no further than Pullman Bangkok King Power. Certainly to be one of our newly refurbished restaurants and bars that will provide the captivating dining experience you are looking for with our exquisite cuisine and nightly entertainment.






The chef

Chef Pan

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Chef Pan, Kwanchanok Srithawatchara, joined Pullman Bangkok King Power more than 6 years ago, and she has worked very closely with executive French chef Diminuqe. With over 13 years culinary experience, including 5 years in a Japanese restaurant inspired by French and Japanese cuisine, chef Pan creates the perfect balance and combination of Asian-European produce into innovative dishes, and she has been in charge of the thrilling and delectable food coming out of Tenshino’s kitchen since it opened.


8/2 Rangnam Road, Thanon-Phayathai, Ratchathewi, 10400 Bangkok
Tel: +66 (0)2 680 9999
Fax: +66 (0)2 680 9998

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