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Ryo Kan

Japanese calm in a flourishing corner of the capital

Sample a bit of Japanese quietude in the burgeoning Little Tokyo district of Mexico’s incessant capital. This newcomer’s accommodations boast the understated natural look, all light-wood furnishings, inviting futons and calm off-whites. Head up to the rooftop for a soak in the heated onsen – the trio of Japanese-style bathtubs where replenishing bathing is twinned with spectacular views of the streets and parks below. There’s no on-site restaurant but the dining options springing up in the vicinity, coupled with the residence’s library and its all-day tea, ensure that’s not too much of a drawback.


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