With its ideal location facing the Imperial Palace, the Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Otemachi will complete the landscape of luxury hotels in the Japanese capital (joining for example the Park Hyatt Tokyo, the Mandarin Oriental Tokyo, …). It combines both a traditional and historical aspect, but also flawless modernity. This new top-end establishment is already taking reservations for a night from July 2020. This will be the 2nd Four Seasons hotel in Tokyo and complements the offer of the nearby Four Seasons Hotel at Marunouchi.
Perched in the top six floors of a 39-story building, the Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Otemachi will be a luxurious haven for travelers but also a gathering place for locals.
The interior design was entrusted to the Denniston agency. Architect Jean Michel Gathy drew inspiration from the fluid fabrics of Issey Miyake captured by photographer Namiko Kitaura, which guests can admire in the hotel's common areas, at the entrance to the spa and on the walls of the 190 rooms and suites.
It will be Executive Chef Marco Riva and Pastry Chef Yusuke Aoki who take the reins of the 5-star culinary offer. The Est restaurant serves creative cuisine that blends French flavors and Japanese precision, all led by double-starred chef Guillaume Bravacal. Pigneto is the relaxed Italian table where one can enjoy comforting dishes on the terrace outside facing the gardens of the Imperial Palace as soon as the weather is good. We toast at the Virtù bar, which combines contemporary Tokyo with old Paris. As for The Lounge, it is of course the ideal place for an afternoon tea with Japanese and French flavors.