Concierge.com's insider take:
Claska is a unique, 18-room hotel in Meguro on the fourth and fifth floors of a 1970s block renovated by the hip Tokyo architects Intentionallies. No two rooms are the same, but all are serene and light, with handcrafted wooden furniture and modern Japanese styling. Number 401 is a large double with its own terrace. Three of the rooms are for rent on a weekly or monthly basis, and there are an additional 23 residential rooms available for long-term stays (with room rates that depend on the length of your stay). Claska has a gallery space, a low-lit lounge bar that is popular on weekends, and an art and design bookshop. It's also home to Tokyo's grooviest dog salon, DogMan. The hotel is not centrally located, but the neighborhood is quickly filling up with design and furniture stores.—Updated by Rebecca Willa Davis
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