HOSHINOYA Tokyo: the ryokan that's become the talk of the town. While being within walking distance from Tokyo Station, it’s created a relaxing space where you can get away from the hustle and bustle of the city, attracting guests from all over the world.
Here we will take you inside HOSHINOYA Tokyo and show you every corner of its stylish space – including rooms, hot springs, and dining!

HOSHINOYA Tokyo: Extraordinary vibes at one of Tokyo’s top hotels

HOSHINOYA is a luxury hotel brand operated by Hoshino Resorts, which has been in business for 106 years. They have facilities in Japan, like in Kyoto, Karuizawa, and Fuji, as well as abroad (Indonesia, Taiwan).
Its main strength is its “extraordinary getaway.” The resort offers the most exceptional service and most relaxing spaces. Known in Japan as a hotel you will always want to stay in, it’s likely to be fully booked during the holiday seasons.
HOSHINOYA Tokyo, opened in 2016, is a “tower ryokan (Japanese inn)” with two floors below ground and 17 floors above, incorporating elements of a ryokan in a vertically elongated space. While traditional Japanese inns are usually wooden one-story buildings, HOSHINOYA Tokyo is a modern Japanese inn that fits perfectly in the city center.

Relaxing spaces start at the very entrance

When you cross the large “Aomori Hiba” wooden door believed to be over 300 years old, you will be in an area with tatami and 5.5-meter shoe storage to your left. In HOSHINOYA Tokyo, following traditional Japanese style, this is where you leave your shoes. The smell of the tatami and the gentle pressure of the texture under your feet will gently make you feel more rested already.

The decoration of the entrance changes once a month, according to the seasonal occasions. You will be able to see and feel the seasons through the decoration, like the New Year's ones, or the cherry blossoms in April, or the traditional Japanese umbrella in a rainy season.

The Ochanoma Lounge is available 24h/day

The elevator leading you to the guests' rooms floor opens onto the Ochanoma Lounge. This is where you will go through your check-in with welcome tea and sweets.

The Ochanoma Lounge is a semi-private open space that can be used by guests on that floor. Of course, it’s free and available 24/7! You can make your coffee or tea with the provided tea set, or enjoy seasonal sweets and evening snacks. Each snack presents a description outlining their features, including ingredients, so if you have any food allergies, you can feel safe.
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