Mandarin Oriental Tokyo

Tokyo / Mandarin Oriental
Tokyo / Mandarin Oriental
Tokyo / Mandarin Oriental
Tokyo / Mandarin Oriental
Tokyo / Mandarin Oriental
Tokyo / Mandarin Oriental
Tokyo / Mandarin Oriental
Tokyo / Mandarin Oriental
Tokyo / Mandarin Oriental
Tokyo / Mandarin Oriental
Tokyo / Mandarin Oriental
Tokyo / Mandarin Oriental
Tokyo / Mandarin Oriental
Tokyo / Mandarin Oriental
Tokyo / Mandarin Oriental
Tokyo / Mandarin Oriental
Tokyo / Mandarin Oriental
Tokyo / Mandarin Oriental
Tokyo / Mandarin Oriental
Tokyo / Mandarin Oriental
Tokyo / Mandarin Oriental
Tokyo / Mandarin Oriental
Tokyo / Mandarin Oriental
Tokyo / Mandarin Oriental
Tokyo / Mandarin Oriental
Tokyo / Mandarin Oriental
Tokyo / Mandarin Oriental
Tokyo / Mandarin Oriental
Tokyo / Mandarin Oriental
Tokyo / Mandarin Oriental
Tokyo / Mandarin Oriental
Tokyo / Mandarin Oriental
Tokyo / Mandarin Oriental
Tokyo / Mandarin Oriental
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Location

The first Mandarin Oriental hotel in Japan is in a prized location in Nihonbashi neighbourhood close to Tokyo Station, the Tokyo Stock Exchange and financial district, the Ginza shopping district and the Imperial Palace.

Accommodation

Mandarin Oriental occupies the top nine floors of the Nihonbashi Mitsui Tower and features a breathtaking 38th floor glass lobby.  Its 179 spacious guest rooms (50sqm to 60sqm) and suites (90sqm to 250sqm) are spread across the 30th to 36th floors.

Dining

The hotel has some of the best hotel dining options in Asia. The eight dining venues offer a variety of cuisines including contemporary French fare offered in the Michelin-starred signature restaurant; Cantonese cuisine at Sense, also Michelin-starred; an Asian inspired menu at K’shiki; a traditional ‘Edo-mae’-style sushi restaurant at Sushi SORA; an Italian buffet at Ventaglio; and last but not least, the unique ‘molecular’ experience at the Michelin-starred Tapas Molecular Bar.  Other venues include the Mandarin Bar, offering live jazz; Sense Tea Corner offering teas and Cantonese desserts; and the Mandarin Oriental Gourmet Shop, with its selection of cakes, chocolates, pastries, breads and premium teas.

Leisure

The hotel’s spa features four treatment rooms, vitality pool, sauna, relaxation lounges for men and women, and a fitness centre.

Getting There

The Mandarin Oriental is 80-90 minutes by car or Narita Express coach from Narita International Airport (NRT) (66km from the center). Haneda Domestic Airport (HND) is 50 minutes by car.

Weather / When To Go:

March to May / September to November

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