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The ryokan redefined

Entranceway Photo: HOSHINOYA Tokyo
One of the larger guest rooms, designated Kiku Photo: HOSHINOYA Tokyo
A guest room at the HOSHINOYA Tokyo Photo: HOSHINOYA Tokyo
The HOSHINOYA Tokyo's ochanoma lounge Photo: HOSHINOYA Tokyo
Rooftop hot-spring bath Photo: HOSHINOYA Tokyo

An oasis-like addition to the towering financial and media bases of Ōtemachi, on the doorstep of its myriad eateries and shopping opportunities, the HOSHINOYA Tokyo’s 17-storey ryokan offers traditional respite through a modern lens –  a continuation of the HOSHINOYA’s concept of presenting “an alternative Japan”. Hidden behind the intricate, up-lit komon-pattern facade, an ocean of tatami mats invite the feeling of homeliness;  the private rooms furnished simply and the evolution of the ochanoma lounge into hub-like space offering more than seasonal refreshments. Look for the rooftop hot-spring bath where, ensconced in the privacy of four walls, unobstructed views of the sky give sybarites further space to unwind.


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