Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo's visionary design and award-winning service have been recognized as the epitome of sophisticated luxury in the city.
Superbly located in the prestigious financial district within the historical and cultural center of Tokyo, the first Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group property in Japan embodies the best of contemporary and time-honored architectural splendor. The hotel features 178 luxuriously appointed guest rooms and suites, Michelin-starred dining, innovative bar concepts and a award-winning holistic spa all situated within the top nine floors of the soaring, Cesar Pelli-designed Nihonbashi Mitsui Tower, a site offering spectacular views of the city skyline while also providing access to stately banquet and conference facilities within the adjacent Mitsui Main Building, a Japanese cultural-heritage property.
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Some of the largest accommodation in Japan
Stunning contemporary interiors and panoramic views
Private lift access to all rooms & suites
Advanced technology throughout
38th floor state-of-the-art fitness centre with personal trainers.
A visit to The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo is an ethereal journey. Rise above the hectic traffic, beyond the strains of life and up into a serene world 36 floors high in the sky. And even then this is only the beginning. Silent corridors lead to 4 treatment rooms and 5 private spa suites with extraordinary views of the contrasting activity below. Heat and water experiences will ease the body and relieve the mind. The vitality poor gently releases muscle tension, the crystal steam room offers a meditative experience, and a splash from the ice fountain provides a sharp, arctic refresher. The facilities at The Spa are designed by spa experts and are the most extensive in all Tokyo; they assure their guests an experience of unrivalled professionalism and supreme luxury.
Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo is situated within the Otemachi / Marunouchi business district close to Tokyo Station, Tokyo City Airport Terminal and is interlinked with the major underground subway stations. The hotel is on Chuo Dori, the 5th Avenue of the celebrated Nihonbashi District. The area is rich in historical heritage including the original Mitsukoshi Department Store and many other traditional shops, some of which can trace their origins as far back as the 17th Century Edo period. The fashionable Ginza entertainment and shopping district is walking distance. International designers are prominently represented alongside local Ginza boutiques. There are more than 300 art galleries and the traditional Kabuki-za theatre. Only twenty minutes walk from the hotel is the Imperial Palace surrounded by the tranquil waters of its moat, offering islands of calm.
Of Tokyo's key business districts, Nihonbashi alone retains a sense of Old World charm, capturing both the city's vibrant modernity and its intriguing history. Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo, located in the heart of this castle town, is pleased to offer guests rare glimpses into the uniquely chic spirit of old Edo that lives on today, and help you deepen your sensory experience of traditional Japan.
In addition to the fantastic outings listed below, the hotel's Concierge is pleased to help arrange insider tours of centuries-old shops, traditional tea ceremonies, museum visits, artistic excursions, or any number of other cultural programmes to enhance your stay:
Enjoy Haute Kaiseki Cuisine and Geisha Performances in a Rare Setting
Allow us to arrange a private room for you at either Kanetanaka or Shinkiraku, two of the capital's most exclusive traditional restaurants, where first-time visitors require a formal introduction. Sumptuous, sophisticated kaiseki cuisine will delight both the eyes and palate, and authentic geisha will sing and perform traditional dances during an evening that promises to be an unforgettable journey into Japan's aesthetic heart.
Limited to one party per day; available weekdays except public holidays; seven-day advance notice required; from JPY 150,000 for two.
Cruise the Sumida River in a Shogun-style Pleasure Boat
Since the early 17th century the Sumida River has inspired poets and been Tokyo's favourite playground. This enchanting experience allows you to see the city from a different point of view, beginning with a traditional dinner at famed waterfront restaurant Kameseiro, established in 1855. Afterwards, board a chartered yakatabune, a roofed pleasure boat fashioned after those used by the Tokugawa shogun, right down to its red-lacquered hull and woven mats. On board, geisha will entertain with dance and shamisen playing, as in the days of old.
Limited to one party per day; daily except Sundays and public holidays; seven-day advance notice required; JPY 370,000 for two.
Savour Two-Michelin Star Lunch by a 750-year-old Hearth
Follow in the footsteps of Nobel Laureates, glitterati, artists, and Japan's revered gourmands at Fukudaya, one of Tokyo's most-awarded restaurants. Here you will experience 2 Michelin star dining in the private Inakaya Room, which features timbers and a hearth from a 750-year-old house that once stood here. During your stay, you will relish lunch of refined kaiseki cuisine and a performance of shinnai, a highly ornamented style of singing to shamisen accompaniment that captures the wit and savoir fare of the prosperous urban merchant class in late 18th century Tokyo. On Saturdays, dinner may be booked instead of lunch.
Limited to one party per day; daily except Sundays and public holidays; seven-day advance notice required; JPY 240,000 for two.
Learn to Make Sushi at Famed Tsukiji Market
Known as the "Pantry of Japan", Tsukiji Market is the world's largest food hall, full of colour, action, and unforgettable scenes. Your guided tour of Tsukiji's inner and outer markets begins with a brief film then proceeds with a walking tour of the halls, followed by introduction to a sushi chef who will teach you how to make the perfect sushi at home. After instruction, enjoy your sushi with refreshing green tea.
Minimum parties of four; daily except Sundays, Wednesdays and public holidays; five-day advance notice required; JPY 38,000 per person.
Experience the Ultimate Hot Springs Getaway in Historical Hakone
Guests of Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo can take advantage of a special opportunity to visit Gora Kadan, the "Grande Dame" of hot-spring resorts, located at the foot of Mount Fuji in Hakone National Park. Book your stay at Gora Kadan a traditional inn and former imperial summer residence, where the spacious gardens, hot thermal baths and surrounding lush mountain scenery will soothe you in any season.
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Hotel Transportation from Narita Airport
Rolls Royce Phantom: To hotel - 93,150 JPY / From hotel - 90,000 JPY
Stretch Cadillac Limousine: To hotel - 85,150 JPY / From hotel - 82,000 JPY
Mercedes Benz S 500: To hotel - 59,150 JPY / From hotel - 56,000 JPY
Deluxe Van: To hotel - 57,150 JPY / From hotel - 54,000 JPY
Japanese Luxury Sedan - To hotel - 52,150 JPY / From hotel - 49,000 JPY