Description

Welcome to this magnificent home, which beautifully brings together all the refinement and luxury of the Japanese culture. The suite is located in a building structured like a tower, where each floor functions as a "ryokan", an exclusive floor, accessible only to guests staying in it. Most of the activities take place in the "ochanome" - a living room that is seamlessly connected to each room by a corridor covered with tatami mats.

As in a classic ryokan ochanome,  a wide selection of refreshments is provided for guests staying on this floor. Guests are encouraged to treat the ochanome as their own living room, where they can read a book, work and chill. You will discover the importance of ochanome in the ryokan culture. 

Each room combines a traditional style with contemporary furniture, but with a typical Japanese lighting style. Windows hidden behind shoji screens can be opened during the day to let the light cast elegant shadows on the tatami floors; the lights hidden behind the walls and in the paper boxes produce soft lighting.

In the bathroom, the bathtubs are wide and deep so guests can rest and immerse themselves completely in the water.

From the refined and subtle details to the absolute well-being this home provides, you will have an extraordinary experience of Japanese culture for a stay that will undoubtedly exceed all your expectations and amaze you forever.

Equipment

Wifi
TV
Linge
Oven
Hob
Microwave
Coffee machine
Toaster
Fridge
Freezer
Dishwasher
Fan
Barbecue

Family

High chair
Crib
Stroller
Toys
Diapers

Features

Air-conditioning
Balcony / terrace
Elevator
Garden
Secure parking
Swimming pool
Indoor swimming pool
Jacuzzi
Sauna / Steaming room
Inhouse gym
Pet friendly

Description - Tokyo - Chiyoda

Tokyo, capital of Japan, blends the ultramodern and the traditional, from its neon-lit skyscrapers to its historic temples and zen gardens. The city's many museums offer exhibitions ranging from classical art (at the Tokyo National Museum) to a reconstructed kabuki theater (at the Edo-Tokyo Museum). It is particularly difficult to reduce Tokyo to a few places, as this city is culturally rich, busy and diverse. 

Chiyoda is the central district, located in the heart of Tokyo. It was built around the Imperial Palace and its huge parks. In the middle of skyscrapers you will find parks of which only some are open to the public.