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Climb to the 30th floor of the Nihonbashi Mitsui Tower and you’ll find Mandarin Oriental Tokyo. Every room has floor-to-ceiling windows, so you can look out across Tokyo’s streets all the way to Mount Fuji or Tokyo Bay as soon as you wake up. And 10 of the hotel’s restaurants and lounges occupy the 37th and 38th floors, so dinner with spectacular views is guaranteed, whatever kind of food you’re in the mood for. Wake up to the sight of Tokyo’s Skytree Tower in the morning sunshine. Or end the day with a soak in your bathtub, overlooking the glittering cityscape.
Tokyo’s rich history meets modern luxe at the Mandarin Oriental Tokyo. Michelin three-star sushi is served alongside ‘Kumiko’-style woodwork, made using a technique perfected 1,300 years ago. A unique tasting menu at Tapas Molecular Bar can be paired with some of the best vintage wines from across the globe. And if you need some TLC, you can finish with a workout in the modern fitness centre with a traditional Chinese massage in the on-site spa.
You’ll be faced with a daily dining dilemma at Mandarin Oriental Tokyo, where there are 11 bars and restaurants. Do you try Michelin-starred French cuisine at Signature, journey through China with Cantonese dishes at Sense or fill up on decadent pasta at K’Shiki? If you’re heading out for the day, grab a delicate pastry or deep-filled sandwich from the Gourmet shop to nibble as you explore.
French dishes from award-winning Chef de Cuisine Luke Armstrong, including dry-aged meat and wild fish, can be found here. Or book one of the private rooms for an intimate dinner experience.
Share a platter of antipasti or indulge in rich pasta dishes at this casual Italian spot. Or start the day with an international breakfast buffet, where you’ll find Japanese and Western flavours.
Try more than 20 teas from across the globe at this laidback lounge, including traditional green and healing pu-erh. Or snap a picture by the live wall of fire.
Try Michelin-starred Cantonese cuisine at Sense, an intimate red-hued dining spot on the 37th floor. Pick from the à la carte menu or visit at the weekend to try fresh dim sum.
Sip something refreshing after a long day in this stylish bar, where comfort meets futuristic design. Try one of the cocktails as you listen to live jazz music.
Meet for breakfast, enjoy cocktails come evening, or unwind over afternoon tea at this chic lounge, inspired by traditional Far East colours and textures.
Michelin three-star sushi comes to Tokyo at Sushi Shin. As well as exceptional food, you’ll discover unique features like a 350-year-old Hinoki cypress sushi counter, and famous art from Japan’s masters.
Mark a special occasion at this Michelin-starred eatery, which seats only eight people at a time. Spend two hours dining on and marvelling at dishes at the cutting edge of gastronomy.
Tuck into pizza straight from a traditional brick oven, crafted with organic Italian flour and minimal yeast for a lovely, light crust. Share with friends and family, or keep it all to yourself.
Head down to the tower’s second floor and you’ll find this international buffet, packed with tasty antipasti, main courses and tempting desserts. Pair your meals with fine global wines.
Celebrate an evening to remember in The Cellar, Mandarin Oriental Tokyo’s private dining spot. You’ll sit among vintage wines as you tuck into a Michelin-starred menu of French or Cantonese cuisine.
If you fancy a treat to take away, you’ll find fresh sandwiches, delicate pastries from expert pastry chefs and freshly-roasted coffee to take with you as you explore the city.
You’ll soon know your way around Mandarin Oriental Tokyo, as there are just 157 rooms and 22 suites. Whichever option you choose, expect to find Far Eastern opulence in every detail, from the bespoke bamboo light fixtures to the spa-style bathrooms. And, as it sits on the 30th floor of the Nihonbashi Mitsui Tower, unforgettable city views are guaranteed from every window.
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