A TOKYO BAR BLENDS CUBAN CULTURE WITH NIGHTLIFE, CIGARS, SALSA AND MOJITOS,
A trip to Maduro Bar and Jazz Lounge feels like a heady Havana night but set in the gleaming Grand Hyatt Tokyo, not a crumbling art deco building in Cuba’s capital. A maduro is a type of Cuban cigar renowned for its dark wrapper and
mellow flavor. The Maduro bar is a similarly smooth experience—a dimly-lit, soothing cocoon hidden from the Roppongi bar and club scene raging outside.
A passage over the hotel’s indoor stream leads to the pulsating Latin jazz rhythms found in Maduro. With tobacco-toned decor, gas-burning lamps, and live
international bands, it’s the ideal playground for you and your amigos to enjoy tasty tapas and puff on premium smokes.
From Cohiba to Montecristo to Romeo y Julieta, there’s an extensive collection of Cuba’s most iconic cigar marques. There’s a wide range of prized rum and whisky rarities from around the world—a cigar’s perfect dance partner—and the tasting menu changes monthly.
The ultimate celebrity here is Cuba’s signature cocktail: the mojito. Inventive renditions include blue notes of kiwi, raspberry or champagne—there are plenty
of innovative riffs in Maduro’s repertoire.
The lounge has a monthly line-up of three different cocktails showcasing a rotating seasonal Japanese fruit. Kyoho (a grape variety) and yuzu (a type of
citrus) are the stars this October and November, respectively.
Revisit old classics or explore new concoctions. The Maduro lounge is a surefooted companion to whisk you to the rum-laden streets of Havana.
Address: 4F Grand Hyatt Tokyo 6-10-3 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo