It seems Takashi Murakami’s takeover of Roppongi Hills is not over just yet. The latest addition to the Roppongi Hills Takashi Murakami Project is at Grand Hyatt Tokyo, where you can spend the night in a hotel room filled with the Superflat artist’s colourful art.
This hotel room-turned-art gallery features 14 pieces of original art that Murakami created exclusively for this special collaboration. The highlight is the 1.95m-tall golden ‘Flower Parent and Child’ sculpture, which mimics the giant 10m-tall statue on display just outside at Roppongi Hills.
Murakami’s playful touch can be seen all over the space including the bathroom, with details and decors such as plush stuffed flower people, paintings, rugs and flower balls.
If that wasn’t enough visual stimulation, your stay also comes with a flower-themed dinner, a flower box filled with sweets accompanied by rosé champagne, an autographed art book, and flower face masks and mugs you can take home with you. There’ll also be an optional flower-themed nail art service (¥22,000) in case you’d like to go the whole nine yards with Murakami’s signature flower motif.
The room is available until June 1. A one-night stay costs ¥450,000 for two people, but a third guest can be added for an additional ¥20,000. For more information and to book, visit here.
To experience Murakami’s art on a more affordable scale, Grand Hyatt Tokyo is also offering a special Takashi Murakami Flower Strawberry Afternoon Tea at The French Kitchen (from ¥5,200) featuring the artist’s signature motif on seasonal strawberry delights. The afternoon tea is available until March 31 and reservations can be made here. You can also enjoy a Murakami afternoon tea set at home with this special takeout box, which can be reserved here.
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