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Next to the U.S. Embassy, this huge Akasaka lodging is predictably filled with an American and foreign business brigade.Check out the tea ceremony room with rooftop river garden.
No hotel lobby in Tokyo can match the elegance of the Okura's.Ask for one of the recently completed Grand Comfort rooms on the ninth floor of the main building, which will give you access to the Relaxation Nature Court spa.
Main, historic, building closed as of August 2015 for demolition and construction of new tower in time for the 2020 Summer Olympics. Modern tower remains open. Full review →
Full of old-fashioned grace, this hotel boasts Japanese decor, comfortable furnishings, a tea room and Japanese garden.
Today, there's a certain retro charm to its midcentury Japanese design, but some may find the hotel—including the shops to the bars—somewhat dated. Full review →
Located across from the U.S. embassy and long considered one of Tokyo's most venerable hotels, the Okura is struggling to keep up with pricier -- and newer -- top-rated hotels in the city. Full review →
Long held to be one of Japan's great hotels, the Okura offers an atmospheric blend of traditional Japanese decor and 21st-century facilities including an excellent range of restaurants. Full review →
The Ōkura is an old-fashioned, elegant standby and the meeting place of Japan’s political and business elite. Full review →
Rooms vary in size, style and the view on offer, but all are comfortable and well-equipped.
Visitors to Tokyo swear by this classic hotel, located opposite the US embassy.
Many embassies are in the area, which prompts diplomats and those with governmental business to bunk here (a large source of business for the hotel). Full review →
The Okura, next door to the US Embassy, doesn’t appear to have changed much in the last half century. Full review →
Understated Japanese style, with expert service and an art museum spotlighting more than 2,000 Buddhist works. . Full review →
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