‘HOSHINOYA Tokyo’ is situated in Otemachi, the economic center of Japan, surrounded by the giants of media and finance and next to the Imperial Palace.
‘HOSHINOYA Tokyo’ is uniquely created as a ‘Japanese Ryokan’ reminiscent of a ‘Tower’ imbued with Hoshino Resorts 100 years of expertise in the business.
A ryokan is a traditional Japanese style inn where you can relax in a tatami-floored room with hot spring baths while dining on seasonal cuisine. Ryokans however are hard to find in large cities because they are more typically located in scenic areas such as in the mountains or by the ocean where the beauty of the seasons are celebrated.
Staying in a ryokan is one of the most popular experiences for tourists from overseas to enjoy the authentic Japan experience.
At HOSHINOYA Tokyo one may enjoy the ancient natural beauties of Japan without leaving the urban center of Tokyo. Enjoy the valuable moment of this once-in-a-lifetime encounter with HOSHINOYA Tokyo.
Founded in 1904 by Kuniji Hoshino as a forestry business in Karuizawa in the Japanese Alps, it opened its first hot spring resort in 1914.
In 1995, Yoshiharu Hoshino rebranded the enterprise as Hoshino Resorts with a focus on local culture and Japanese tradition.
In 1995, Yoshiharu Hoshino rebranded the enterprise as Hoshino Resorts with a focus on local culture and Japanese tradition. The success of the flagship HOSHINOYA lead to the creation of other hospitality brands (KAI, RISONARE, OMO and BEB), designed to please different visitors tastes in any of 59 properties inside and outside of Japan.
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