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Imperial Hotel Tokyo

The video in this article is a PR video for Imperial Hotel Tokyo, produced by Imperial Hotel Tokyo.

In this article, we'll introduce the allure of the first-class hotel, and provide an inside look at the facility exemplifying Japan's “Omotenashi” (hospitality) culture.
The videos show the amazing hospitality, food, rooms, and facilities of the hotel.
Sit back and be amazed by the ultimate example of what a hotel should be.

About Imperial Hotel Tokyo

Imperial Hotel Tokyo is a high-class hotel located in central Tokyo, the capital of Japan. One of the charms of the hotel is its incredibly convenient access from the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Station, making sightseeing in Tokyo a breeze.

Imperial Hotel Tokyo has General Rooms and Deluxe rooms, as well as popular rooms, such as Superior and Premium Deluxe rooms.
The Premium Suite room provides a luxurious space, where many VIPs from around the world stay.
The rooms are shown at 0:39 in the video.

The view from the window is also amazing!
Imperial Hotel Tokyo also offers “Japanese” atmosphere, that many foreign visitors enjoy.
There's also Japanese style rooms, a tea room, and a Japanese garden, which may be why VIPs from abroad love this hotel. These can be seen starting at 1:01 in the video.

Dining at the Imperial

One of the joys of staying at a first-class hotel is the exquisite dining experience.
By enjoying the delicious meals at the Imperial, you can experience the supreme relaxation of the first-class hotel. Meals are introduced at 1:17 in the video.
After your meal, consider winding down at the bar lounge shown at 1:41.

At Imperial Hotel Tokyo restaurants, you're welcome to have breakfast even if when not staying at the hotel.
You can start your day in luxury, enjoying the unparalleled flavors of Imperial Hotel Tokyo's breakfast before work or sightseeing in the city.

At Imperial Hotel Tokyo, there are also fashionable bars that are great for meeting up with friends or chatting over a drink.
Think about dropping by when shopping in the Ginza area or sightseeing nearby.
The beautiful scenery of the Ginza area and other popular sightseeing spots in Tokyo, such as downtown (Shitamachi) Asakusa, are introduced from 1:34 in the video.

Imperial Hotel Tokyo is the Birthplace of Buffet Style

Imperial Hotel Tokyo’s buffet restaurant “Imperial Viking Sal” is said to be the first restaurant in Japan to offer buffet style meals.
The quality of both its liquor and food are second to none, and those looking for a gourmet dining experience won't be disappointed.
Enjoy a buffet at lunch or dinner time to savor the flavors of the hotel in a high-quality setting with a spectacular view of the Imperial and the surrounding Ginza area.
The Imperial Hotel is also famous for its beef curry and beef stew. You can purchase this dish as a retort via the Internet.

Summary of Imperial Hotel Tokyo

As shown in the video, one of the charms of the Imperial Hotel Tokyo is the first-class hospitality you'll receive.
You'll be satisfied with not only with the rooms, restaurants, and the "Japanese" atmosphere, but also with the room service, cleaning service, shoeshine service, and all of the other small details that culminate to create a truly memorable experience for you at Imperial Hotel Tokyo.
Besides Imperial Hotel Tokyo, there's also Imperial Hotel Osaka, and Kamikochi Imperial Hotel.

If you want to enjoy a luxurious sightseeing trip in Japan, check out the video and experience the greatness of Imperial Hotel Tokyo.
Hotel rates vary by season and room type. Please check travel websites or the official website for more details.

【Official website】Imperial Hotel Tokyo

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Last Updated : Oct. 6, 2021
坂崎 なお(Nao Sakazaki)
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