Focusing not just on Tokyo, but on the historic Nihonbashi area in which it sits, the Mandarin is the antidote to that feeling that luxury hotels are the same the world over. Many of the materials are sourced from local artisans. The lobby and rooms all hint at traditional Japanese motifs, from the torii shrine gates and washi paper lanterns to the woven fabrics that hang in place of paintings. The view from the rooms trumps most of its top-end rivals, with a mosaic of lights from the business district in the foreground, and Mt Fuji straight ahead.
|Venue name:||Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo||Contact:|
2-1-1 Nihonbashi-Muromachi, Chuo-ku
|Transport:||Mitsukoshimae Station (Ginza line), exits A7 and A8|
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Nihonbashi's Mandarin Oriental hotel will be hosting this extended Valentine's event from the start of February and running all the way up to White Day on March 14. Held in conjunction with the Flowers by Naked 2017 digital art exhibition at nearby Mitsui...Until Wednesday March 15 2017
Nihonbashi's Mandarin Oriental is celebrating cherry blossom season with special sakura offerings across the hotel's bars, restaurants and shops. At the 37th-floor Mandarin Bar you can look forward to nihonshu cocktails themed on the northward-moving...Thursday March 16 2017 - Sunday April 30 2017