Tenshino, a chic innovative Japanese restaurant with a touch of bohemian, has opened in Soi Rangnam. Located on the second floor of the Pullman Bangkok King Power, the restaurant is set in casual surroundings with a touch of bohemian chic. Featuring both communal and individual tables, the restaurant is a relaxed social space where guests can gather around and enjoy unique Japanese dishes. Children are welcomed with family.

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Enjoy an innovative Japanese cuisine using the freshest ingredients imported directly from Japan and France. Celebrating the diversity and seasonality of the produce, Tenshino serves innovative cuisine with respect for traditional Japanese techniques and culinary heritage. 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 dining experience.


Chef Pan, Ms. Kwanchanok Srithawatchara has over 13 years of 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.


Tenshino Japanese Resturant Bangkok, offers a bold and vibrant design that reflects a traditional French Brasserie blended with the Japanese tradition for natural materials and textiles, that invoke passion with quirky elements to create excitement and a hint of surprise to diners. 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 decorated with glass, bamboo, copper touches and delicate wallpaper with a faded peacock print with gold embellishments. The bar area features curved booths and bistro-style marbled tables. 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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Behind the bar, guests will find a more intimate dining area, called The Dining Room. 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. Wood paneling, velvet upholstery, crystal chandeliers and beautiful Japanese-inspired wallpaper lend The Dining Room sophistication and an air of luxury.


  • I am Japanese, at first i was sceptic by the concept french Japanese cuisine by a thai chef. ... read more

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    Ko Mari

    Outrageously expensive with interesting and tasty food, great if you can afford it. Staff are really fantastic. Make sure to... read more

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    Peter Carney

    Dining at Tenshino was an outstanding experience! Don't be misled by the low number of reviews. The place is fairly... read more

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    Miriam Tappe
  • I dropped by one night at Tenshino without reservation, the decor and ambience was lovely , frankly speaking I did... read more

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    Thitima Roypiya

    Amazing interior design and innovative Japanese foods with French twist. Very good cocktails here too. Service is exceptional here.

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    Mighty Thor

    Although hard to find, this place is amazing! A perfect Japanese - Fusion experience in an very hip / stylish... read more

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    Jan Frederik Strasmann


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

Open Monday – Sunday | 18:00 hrs – 23:00 hrs