Opened in 1890, the Imperial is a Tokyo classic and a firm favorite with Japanese visitors. At one time it was housed in a Frank Lloyd Wright building, but that...more
Though Kyoto's famous temples and shrines are under government protection, the city's traditional houses, or machiya, are rapidly being destroyed. Enter Iori....more
This inn, now in business for more than 200 years, is worth experiencing—if you're lucky enough to get a room. There are seven, but owner Haruji Ukai is...more
Despite its location in a jutting skyscraper near Tokyo Station and the original Mitsukoshi department store, Mandarin Oriental's first Japanese outpost (opened...more
Four years after the old Marunouchi Hotel closed down, the new version opened in 2004 on the top floors of the Oazo building next to Tokyo Station. It's a very...more
Located on the 25th floor of a skyscraper tower, this hotel, open since 2003, is in Shiodome, a new high-rise district close to Shimbashi and Ginza. The rooms...more
Perched high above throbbing Shinjuku on the top floors of Kenzo Tange's 52-story steel and granite Park Tower, this has long been the hotel of choice for...more
The Peninsula is Tokyo's newest brand-name hotel, and the first freestanding one to be built here in at least a decade (the others are all perched on top of...more
The Ritz-Carlton has scored big with its first Tokyo property, located on the top floors of the city's highest building and luxury mall, Tokyo Midtown, in the...more
At this modern Japanese inn, located in historic Asakusa, the staff uniform is kimono. Guests have a choice of 16 Japanese-style rooms with tatami, futon...more
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