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The Okura Tokyo encompasses two brands with different concepts.

The Okura
Heritage Wing

The Okura
Prestige Tower

The philosophies of the hotel founders are continued and evolved, along with a new approach as the basis of The Okura Tokyo
which comprises two buildings, “The Okura Heritage Wing” and “The Okura Prestige Tower.”

The History of Hotel Okura Tokyo

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The Okura
Heritage Wing

The Okura Heritage Wing, 17 floors tall

Continuing to cherish the traditions of Japan

A serene, relaxing space colored with traditional beauty. Guests are welcomed with impeccable hospitality tailored to each individual, respecting the Japanese spirit and emotional sensibility.

Lobby

The panels of the “Sanjuroku-nin kashu” (Thirty-six Immortals of Poetry) that adorned the Heian Room in the original Main Building are modeled on a collection of decorated “waka" poetry scrolls of the same name, which are designated as a National Treasure. These panels are reused in the lobby, creating a private space enveloped in the classic beauty of Japan.

Guest rooms

In addition to the nearly 8m wide space overlooking expanses of greenery that change with the seasons, each guest room is equipped with a mist sauna.
Guest rooms on the ninth floor and below that face the greenery also offer balconies.

Premium Accommodations

Located on the highest floor of the Heritage Wing. Includes a traditional courtyard as a balcony space, offering a sanctuary where it is possible to appreciate the seasons from both the living and bath areas.

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The Okura
Prestige Tower

The Okura Prestige Tower, 41 floors tall

Capturing the pulse of Japan today

A space accented by the Okura quality traditions.
International, yet quintessentially Japanese. Urban, yet welcoming.
A harmonious interweaving of tradition and evolution.

Lobby

A faithful reproduction of the iconic lobby of the original Main Building of Hotel Okura Tokyo. In addition to the interior furnishings and décor, the ceiling style and mezzanine designed with a “bridge of dreams” concept are reused and reproduced as closely as possible.

Guest rooms

The guest rooms of the Prestige Tower are located on the upper floors (28F to 40F).
Offering commanding views of Tokyo, the spacious nearly 6m wide rooms with large windows provide a sense of openness and freedom.

Premium Accommodations

The largest suite available at The Okura Tokyo. An expansive space spanning the highest two guest room floors (39F and 40F), equipped with a full complement of exceptional facilities.

Club Lounge

An exclusive lounge available to guests staying in the Heritage Wing or Club Floor (37F to 40F) rooms.

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Restaurants & Bars
Continuing the Tradition, Continuing to Evolve

The Okura flavors cultivated for over half a century move to a new stage.
The essence is not just the sublime taste, but also the experience that remains a cherished memory.

Restaurants

  • Fine Dining
  • Japanese Cuisine “Yamazato”
  • Teppanyaki “Sazanka”
  • Chinese Cuisine “Toh-Ka-Lin”
  • All Day Dining “Orchid”

Bars

  • Main Bar “Orchid Bar”
  • Bar & Lounge “Starlight”
  • Baron’s Bar

Banquets & Meetings
To be the best place where many people gather and celebrate in Japan

Various banquet rooms are available, including a grand hall of 2,000m2. From large events and receptions to intimate parties, we are ready to handle any request.

The Okura Tokyo is now accepting the reservations of the Banquets & Meetings.

Banquet and Conference Rooms

Facilities

Facilities

  • Guest Rooms
  • Restaurants & Bars
  • Delicatessen
  • Banquet Rooms
  • Chapel
  • Shrine
  • Tea Ceremony Room
  • Wine Academy
  • Go Salon
  • Fitness & Spa
  • Business Center
  • Shopping Arcade
  • Parking Lot
  • Office Floors

Location&Access

Address
〒105-0001 2-10-4 Toranomon, Minato-ku,Tokyo,Japan

Photo Gallery

Pictures of the Four Seasons

Please enjoy the four seasons of Hotel Okura Tokyo, such as the changing colors of leaves in and around the hotel and its décor.

The South Wing

We will present Hotel Okura Tokyo’s designs, which incorporate Japanese architectural beauty throughout the facilities.

The Main Building

You can enjoy viewing the traditional Japanese designs of the Main Building which was closed in 2015.

All computer graphic designs belong to a study stage and may differ from the actual constructions.