Opened in 1962, the property celebrates traditional Japanese design and culture.
Classic Japanese to its elegant core, this fabled Hotel Okura Tokyo was designed by Yoshiro Taniguchi, who also created Tokyo's National Museum of Modern Art and the Crown Prince's Palace. Opened in 1962, the property celebrates traditional design and culture, as seen in such touches as the tranquil gardens, elegant tea ceremony room with kimono-clad hostesses and stunning ikebana (floral arrangement). Destination-specific details continue in the Zen-inspired rooms, which have vibrant fabrics and shoji screen–like windows. Hotel Okura Tokyo is located in a low-rise building next to the American consulate in the embassy district, making it the perennial choice for visiting dignitaries.
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