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It sits in the garden of Chinzanso (meaning “villa on a mountain of camellias”), a 17-acre green oasis in the city. Full review →
The first Four Seasons to open in Asia is hidden down a side street in Sekiguchi overlooking a 17-acre, 600-year-old traditional Japanese garden.
The lobby and corridors of this opulent hotel are decorated with original artwork.
Set inside a 17-acre garden, the elegant and European Hotel Chinzanso is a sheltered haven in Tokyo's busy metropolis. Full review →
It’s rare to find an inner-city hotel set within any kind of parkland much less a 700-year-old Japanese garden complete with a shrine, a tea room and rows of cherry blossom trees. Full review →
A superb hotel... don't miss a stroll through the garden, which contains several charming, traditional Japanese restaurants; a pagoda; and stone monuments. Full review →
On the grounds of a former estate, Hotel Chinzanso has a manicured strolling garden for a backyard. Full review →
Chinzan-so was built by Aritomo Yamagata in the scenic surroundings of Mejirodai; the hotel on the premises opened in 1992. Full review →Be sure to take a stroll in the large garden to see historic remains like the 3-storey pagoda and stone lanterns.
With graceful, European-inspired interiors surrounded by lush, traditional Japanese gardens, the 260-room Hotel Chinzanso is an upscale urban oasis in the middle of Tokyo. Full review →
The name Chinzanso means "villa on a mountain of camellias," and the views from many rooms certainly validate the name. Full review →
Inconveniently located in the wilds of northern Tokyo, the Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo... is a breathtakingly opulent and beautiful getaway. Full review →
On 17 acres of Japanese gardens in downtown Tokyo, with some of the city’s largest guest rooms. Full review →
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