HOTEL CHINZANSO, THE HIDDEN TREASURE OF TOKYO

Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo is a five star luxury urban resort located in the heart of Tokyo. Chinzanso means “villa on a mountain of camellias,” named by Japan’s Prince Aritomo Yamagata, a former Prime Minister more than a hundred years ago. The property was his residence until the Fujita family acquired it in 1918. It has been known as a scenic point for hundreds of years with abundant natural beauties.

Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo - Entrance

Hotel Chinzanso, the hidden treasure of Tokyo

Located in the wilds of northern Tokyo, the Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo  is a breathtakingly opulent and beautiful getaway, popular with locals on weekend escapes and celebrities seeking privacy away from the bright lights of the city. Take a stroll around the Japanese garden – with its own firefly population, as well as ancient statues from Nara and Kamakura – then enjoy the wide open spaces of the lobby area. Everything is immaculate, from the service to the decor of the rooms, a mixture of old Japanese and European styles.

Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo - Deluxe Garden Suite

Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo - Hide Away Garden Suite 2

Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo - Garden View Room

Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo - Mokushundo Lava Rock from Mt.Fuji

Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo - Garden

With 36 meeting and banquet rooms, the hotel offers Tokyo’s most extensive meeting and banquet facilities including one of the largest banquet rooms in the city which can accommodate up to 2,000 guests and a tiered-seating amphitheater equipped for simultaneous interpretation. With the scenic garden as a backdrop, the property is one of Japan’s most prestigious banquet and meeting venues, hosting international conventions as well as functions for royalty and state leaders.

Accommodations

The hotel offers 267 Guest Rooms, including the recently renovated “Prime Classic Rooms” and “Prime Modern Rooms” both designed to feature Japanese elements and art pieces, such as traditional Japanese color themes, Nishijin-ori throws, Ukiuo-e and other works by Japanese artists.

Room amenities include Japanese and western tableware, coffee machines, Hansgrohe’s innovative shower heads, and a full set of skincare products.

Suites are available including the Executive Suite (60 m2), Deluxe Garden Suite (83 m2), Japanese Suite (83 m2), View Bath Suite (93 m2), Premier Garden Suite (93 m2 or 138 m2 - 1 BR or 2 BR), Ambassador Suite (137 m2), Presidential Suite (193 m2), Royal Suite (193 m2), and Imperial Suite (280 m2).

All rooms feature custom made Sealy mattresses with “Tech Coil” features that support the entire body, 300-thread count 100% cotton sheets, the finest feather down comforters, and

Dining

The 9 restaurants and bars at the hotel include a variety of culinary styles, both traditional and modern.

“Kinsui,” located in the garden, serves “kaiseki,” traditional multi-course Japanese meals consisting of small dishes chosen for their seasonal appeal and beautiful appearance.

“Mucha-an,” is renowned for its delicious soba noodles made from Hokkaido buckwheat flour.

“Miyuki,” offers elegantly-served Japanese meals utilizing the freshest seasonal ingredients.

“Mokushundo,” also located in the garden, serves original iron-kettle course cuisine with an ambiance reminiscent of the early 20th century and kaiseki dishes cooked on heated lava stones from Mount Fuji.

“Il Teatro,” serves authentic Italian cuisine.

“Le Jardin,” located in the lobby, serves afternoon tea and cakes.

“Le Marquis” is the hotel’s main bar, and offers a variety of fine liquors and cocktails, hors oeuvres, and a selection of cigars.

“The Bistro,” offers casual all-day dining.

“Foresta,” located on the terrace, is a café offering sweets and beverages.

The Spa

With a pool, Jacuzzi, traditional hot spring (onsen), spa lounge, fitness gym, treatment rooms, and salon offering Guerlain Paris skincare products, “Yu, The Spa” at Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo, is Tokyo’s largest hotel spa and offers a full suite of services and products to help guests heal their body, mind, and soul.

Guests can enjoy one of 40 spa treatments offered or exercise in the fitness gym equipped with a wide range of aerobic machinery open 24 hours a day.

Personal Training, Personal Stretching, and Personal Swimming lessons with fitness professionals are available.

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Facilities

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Complementary WI-FI in the rooms and public areas.
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Traditional Japanese Tea Ceremony - The one-hour tea ceremonies are performed at the hotel’s two historic, authentic tea houses in the garden.
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Japanese Etiquette and Language Classes - Guests can learn Japanese etiquette and practical, easy to remember Japanese phrases.
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Kimono Fitting – Guests can try on kimono to experience Japanese culture.

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