Wake up in the middle of Tokyo with incredible views over a vast Japanese garden adorned with cultural assets like a 700 year old three-storied Pagoda. At Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo, you can find serenity together with tradition, modern luxury and superb sense of Japanese hospitality.
The rooms are among the largest in Tokyo, and the views over the gardens and skyline are unrivalled. Each room is a haven of relaxation and comfort with luxurious furnishings, eye-catching decorations and Japanese elements, sumptuous linens and toiletries, as well as convenient electronics for your entertainment.
The nine restaurants all have their own charm and atmosphere, not to mention a different view of the garden. The extraordinary spectacle of the changing seasons outside is mirrored, with seasonal ingredients sourced from all over Japan. Options include fresh Soba buckwheat noodles at Mucha-an, exquisite Italian food amid Venetian chandeliers at Il Teatro, casual French cuisine at The Bistro and three venues serving traditional Japanese meals from Sushi and Teppanyaki to gorgeously presented multi-course Kaiseki feasts.
For relaxation, you cannot beat a walk around the beautiful Meiji-era gardens followed by a visit to YU, THE SPA, featuring treatments with scented oils, traditional Japanese baths filled with hot spring mineral water, an open air hot tub, 24 hour gym and swimming pool with a retractable glass roof. Also available onsite are Japanese language classes, traditional kimono fittings, garden tours, authentic tea ceremonies, Samurai sword workshops and other cultural experiences.
10-8, Sekiguchi 2-chome
Hatoyama Museum / Eisei Bunko Museum / Yayoi Kusama Museum
St. Mary’s Cathedral (architect Kenzo Tange)
Historical Kagurazaka Entertainment area