Concierge.com's insider take:
This discreet luxury hotel between Ginza and Nihonbashi was founded by Seiji Tsutsumi, a scion of a legendary business dynasty. It's easily overlooked, since the entrance is barely visible from street level, which is just the way its high-profile guests like it. The place is their little secret—their home away from home. The spacious (for Tokyo) 77 rooms come in neutral hues with a separate tub and shower in all bathrooms. Deluxe accommodations also have dressing rooms, and all have Wi-Fi. The hotel boasts a Michelin-starred sushi restaurant, Mao, designed by the well-known Kabuki actor Ebizô Ichikawa. But you don't have to be a boldface name to be treated famously. The level of service is exceptionally high: Knowledgeable concierges will arrange business and travel plans, and a 24-hour butler service takes care of everything from unpacking to laundry.—Updated by Rebecca Willa Davis
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