The Peninsula Tokyo celebrates the lunar new year with special menus and a programme of traditional Chinese performances at its restaurants. Over the festive days in mid-February, Hei Fung Terrace, the hotel’s signature Cantonese restaurant, will be decorated with lucky Chinese frills. Under these a five-course lunch menu and six-course dinner deal, both prepared by Hong Kong-born chef Dicky To, await hungry revellers. Also taking place at Hei Fung Terrace – as well as at the hotel's lobby – will be Chinese lion dances and performances of seven-stringed guqin zither music. If you're not too keen on rowdy revelry and firecrackers but still want to get a taste of the Chinese new year's atmosphere, this one looks like an apt option.