Style: Elegant luxury Perfect for: Private events, Banquetting, Business
Area: in the 'centre of Japan'
This elegant, modern hotel opened at the end of 2005, and continues to impress its influential guests. Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo is consistently rated as one of the finest hotels in Asia and has recently been awarded with the highest 'Luxury Comfort' rating of five red pavilions by the Michelin Guide.

Located in the heart of Nihonbashi, the hotel offers an oasis of luxury in the historical and financial centre of the city. Occupying the top nine floors of the contemporary 39 floor Nihonbashi Mitsui Tower, the hotel design was conceived as a large tree, with the guest rooms being the top branches. Within these branches are triptych floor-to-ceiling windows that offer unrivalled views of the city. East-facing rooms look out over the new Tokyo Tower, Asakusa, the Sumida River, Odaiba, and Tokyo Bay, while the west-facing rooms boast views of the Imperial Palace garden, Ginza, Tokyo Station, Shinjuku and Mount Fuji in the distance.

Keeping in line with the underlying principles that govern Japanese aesthetics, no single object stands alone in this hotel. There is a harmonious flow in every element, from sumptuous silks on the walls and rich wooden flooring, including waterfalls and fireplaces, and soft arc lights that emphasize the luxurious design elements. Additionally the very latest in electronics complement the sleek designs, with guest room blinds and drapes operated from bedside panels, audio jacks for iPods, wireless laptop connections and 45-in flat screen televisions offering more than 50 free channels and video on demand.

The pampering continues right up to the point guests doze off on their 450-thread count cotton sheets. While other hotels anoint their pillows with chocolates at turn down, Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo instead places a bottle of natural aromatherapy fragrance to calm the senses.

With in-room luxuries such as these, it is understandable if guests may prefer to remain in the comfort of their accommodation, but to do so would be to miss out on the other attractions that have earned Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo its award-winning reputation.
Diners are in for a real treat as this is the only hotel in the capital to have three Michelin-starred restaurants in the latest Japanese Michelin guide. Signature (serving contemporary French), Sense (Cantonese) and the creative Tapas Molecular Bar (serving innovative molecular cuisine) which all received a single star: Signature for the third time, and Sense and the Tapas Molecular Bar for the second. In addition, the Gourmet Shop offers guests the finest in homemade cakes, chocolates and bakery items. All the products are beautifully presented, and the hand-dipped chocolates and patisseries are ideal as gifts.

Indeed, while the amazing views, splendid interior design and legendary service make this hotel special, it is the many little touches that make it all the more attractive.


High class dining with dramatic views on our 37th floor. This contemporary French restaurant has earned a coveted Michelin star, making this one of the finest gourmet experiences in Tokyo.


Michelin star Chinese cuisine and dramatic design features to match the panoramic views over Tokyo. Situated on our 37th floor, this is a sensational place to enjoy fine flavours from the East.


Those looking to revitalise their bodies have a real treat in store - located on the 37th and 38th floors, the award winning Mandarin Oriental Spa is a beacon of tranquility and rejuvenation. Experience the spa's Signature Suites with breathtaking views. For an expanded experience, guests can indulge in vitality pools within the Heat and Water treatment area, offering a steam ...
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room infused with the energies of a crystal prism before taking a cooling rinse under the rainforest showers. Or enjoy the alternative of the dry heat of the sauna, which provides a spectacular view over the bustling city streets. To supplement the heat experience, try the ice-fountain for a refreshing cool-down before yet another invigorating dip in the vitality pool.
  • Hamarikyu Gardens
  • Senso-ji Temple
  • Tokyo National Museum
  • National Museum of Western Art
  • National Science Museum
  • Kabukiza Theatre
Figures in brackets show the travel time by car from the hotel
  • Narita International Airport approximately 60 minutes by car
  • Haneda Airport approximately 30 minutes by car
  • Tokyo City Air Terminal approximately 10 minutes by car
  • Tokyo Station 12 minutes on foot
  • Mitsukoshimae Station direct access
  • (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line and Hanzomon Line
  • K'shiki: Asian-inspired all-day dining offering stunning views of the city
  • Signature: French-inspired dining, honoured with a Michelin star rating
  • Sense: Cantonese dining, honoured with a Michelin star rating
  • Tapas Molecular Bar: Innovative cuisine, accorded a Michelin star rating
  • Oriental Lounge: Exclusive setting for afternoon tea and cocktails
  • Sense Tea Corner: Offering a wide selection of global teas
  • Mandarin Bar: Speciality beverages accompanied by live entertainment
  • Ventaglio: Casual Italian a la carte and buffet dining
  • Gourmet Shop: Homemade chocolates, patisseries and bakery items
  • 1,180 sq m (12,700 sq ft) premium spa with four private treatment rooms and five premium spa suites offering panoramic views
  • Fitness centre: Featuring state-of-the-art LifeFitness equipment
  • Grand ballroom: 550 sq m (5920 sq ft) dividable into three sections
  • Banquet and meeting rooms: Assorted selection of 14 function rooms
  • Wedding chapel: Romantic multipurpose sanctuary
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