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Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Otemachi

  • 1-2 Otemachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 100-0004, Japan
  • OPENING DATE:

    2020
  • GENERAL MANAGER:

    Andrew De Brito
Physical Features

Total Number of Rooms: 190

  • Guest Rooms: 170
  • Suites: 20

Number of Floors: top 6 floors of a 39-storey building

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Design Aesthetic:

  • Modern, stylish interiors incorporate Japanese cultural elements, complemented by layouts that balance function, comfort and aesthetics
  • Spacious, spa-like bathrooms with branded amenities

Architect: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP

Interior Designers: Jean-Michel Gathy, DENNISTON and DESIGN STUDIO SPIN

Location:

  • Located adjacent to the Imperial Palace and in the landmark Otemachi One Complex in Tokyo’s most important financial district, home to the headquarters of various corporations and multinationals 
  • Occupies the top six floors of the landmark 39-storey Otemachi One Tower, offering panoramic views of the cityscape, the Imperial Palace and Gardens, and Mount Fuji in the distance
  • Direct access to Otemachi Station, Tokyo’s largest subway station, which is served by five subway lines for easy access anywhere in the city
  • Within walking distance of Tokyo Station for high-speed and intercity rail service
  • 55 minutes from Narita International Airport and 25 minutes from Haneda International Airport
Spa and Wellness

Assistant Director of Spa: Kyoko Iwasaki

Design Aesthetic: Light colours and subtle aesthetics form the design element; Infuse Spa is an uplifting hideaway located in the lower level along poolside and is defined by its cool, aqua colour scheme

Interior Designer: Jean-Michel Gathy, DENNISTON

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Number of Treatment Rooms: 5, including a Couple’s Treatment Room

Special Features:

  • The Spa offers five treatment rooms including a couple’s treatment​ room and offers Japanese-influenced natural treatments that balance​ mind and body in a minimalist intimate setting
  • The fully equipped gym features inspiring Imperial Palace and city views through floor-to-ceiling windows 
  • The 25-m (82-ft.) indoor heated pool is complemented by a vitality pool and mist chairs 
Restaurants and Lounges

Executive Chef: Marco Riva

Executive Sous Chef: Haruhisa Noguchi

Executive Pastry Chef: Yusuke Aoki

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Restaurant: Est

  • Est Chef: Guillaume Bracaval
  • Est Pastry Chef: Michele Abbatemarco
  • Concept: French innovative dining, blending classic French recipes with Japanese techniques and terroir
  • Décor: A welcoming yet sophisticated atmosphere that incorporates Japanese materials with French detailing with a live open kitchen and soaring rooftop terrace
  • Specialties: Classic French recipes are prepared using Japanese precision and seasonal ingredients – local produce, seafood and meats
  • Designer:  DESIGN STUDIO SPIN

Restaurant: Pigneto

  • Concept: Selection of seasonally inspired, thoughtfully presented favourite Italian dishes from coast and land, with an emphasis on seafood and meat
  • Décor: A relaxed atmosphere with flair offering diners a highly visual dining experience with four stylish show kitchens, and an outdoor terrazza that faces the Imperial Palace Gardens and Tokyo cityscapes
  • Specialties: Pan Italian and seasonally inspired cuisine drawing from Sicily, Tuscany and Piedmont, including oven-baked meats and seafood, artisanal pizza and seasonally inspired antipasti
  • Designer: DESIGN STUDIO SPIN

Bar: Virtù

  • Concept: Contemporary Tokyo meets old-world Paris at this sky-high, avant-garde drinking destination, with Japanese and French spirits taking centre stage
  • Décor: An Art Deco-inspired space with clean lines and rich textures, evoking the lavish styles of European design while also creating a layered Japanese sensibility
  • Specialties: The bar celebrates aged French and Japanese spirits, including brandies, fruit eau di vie, shochu, gins, and Gaelic and Japanese whiskies
  • Designer:  DESIGN STUDIO SPIN

Lounge: The Lounge

  • Concept: Teatime traditions are reinvented with a fresh twist at The Lounge, which combines Japanese and French elements to create a wonderfully contemporary high tea and confectionary selection
  • Décor: A sophisticated, contemporary space tinged with Japanese touches and overlooking the Imperial Palace
  • Specialties: Traditional Japanese sweets and savouries, including handcrafted wagashi and Japanese pastries, accompanied by fine French desserts
  • Designer: Jean-Michel Gathy, DENNISTON

In Room Dining

  • Offers menu selections from each of the Hotel’s restaurants
Leisure and Recreation

Fitness Facilities

  • Fully equipped gym features inspiring Imperial Palace and city views through floor-to-ceiling windows
  • 82 ft / 25 m indoor heated pool is complemented by vitality pool and mist chairs
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Off-Site Activities

  • Connected to Otemachi subway station with its five lines providing easy access to all points of interest in the city
  • Boutique shopping trips to Marunouchi, Ginza, Shinjuku, Shibuya and Akihabara
  • Walking food tour to Tsukiji Fish Market
  • Cultural excursions to Sensoji Temple, Kabukiza and Sumo stadium
  • Museum and gallery tour
  • A run around the Imperial Palace
Meetings, Social Events and Weddings

Total Event Space: 14,750 sq ft / 1,370 sq m of meeting and event space

Capacity: up to 600 guests across all venues

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Ballroom:

Grand Ballroom – 4,800 sq ft / 446 sq m

  • Naturally lit Grand Ballroom showcases sweeping city views and can be divisible into two smaller ballrooms featuring a generous pre-function lounge area

Meeting Rooms:

Meeting Rooms 1 – 430 sq ft / 40 sq m

Meeting Rooms 2 – 430 sq ft / 40 sq m

Meeting Rooms 3 – 527 sq ft / 49 sq m

  • Three smaller meeting rooms can be arranged in a number of configurations

Wedding Facilities:

Wedding Atelier – 871 sq ft / 81 sq m

Chapel – 775 sq ft / 72 sq m

Chapel Cove 1 – 86 sq ft / 8 sq m

Chapel Cove 2 – 86 sq ft / 8 sq m

  • The Chapel offers a beautiful, serene setting for city-centre weddings, and includes a Wedding Atelier, a private room for the officiant as well as a separate bride’s room

Meeting and Dining:

Social Room – 1603 sq ft / 149 sq m

  • Offers an intimate meeting and dining space, ideal for exclusive events such as board meetings, art salons, author readings and designer product launch over cocktails and canapes

Special Features:

  • Total event space, including a ballroom and meeting spaces, offers a range of social and business events and is located on the third floor with easy access to the car park and driveway
  • Special provisions for events include baristas for coffee breaks and food counters for themed meals
  • The Hotel is connected to a vast function space in the adjacent building, which can also accommodate automobiles and theatre-style conferences
  • Special provisions for events include baristas coffee breaks and food counters for themed meals, concierge service
  • Concierge service, office tea and coffee, executive floor and meeting room catering service
  • Sweeping city views with a pre-function lounge area and generous outdoor space