The Tokyo Station Hotel - Chiyoda, Tokyo, 100-0005, Japan

Our Rich Tokyo History

  • Old Station

Opened in 1915, a year after the opening of Tokyo Station, The Tokyo Station Hotel opened, featuring 56 guest rooms. This European-style hotel in Tokyo, Japan showcased magnificent architecture and state-of-the-art facilities and banquet rooms.

During the Great Kanto Earthquake in 1923, Tokyo Station Hotel was home to many visitors and people affected by the disaster. After business resumed at the end of the Second World War, the hotel was considered more of a popular coffee bar, not having fully recovered from the earthquake and war.

In 2006, construction of the Tokyo Station Marunouchi Building began, and a grand renovation was under way. The Tokyo Station Hotel reopened as a premier grand, historic hotel on October 3, 2012.

  • 1914 - Tokyo Station and central railway opens
  • 1915 - Tokyo Station Hotel's grand opening
  • 1923 - Great Kanto Earthquake
  • 1933 - Tokyo Station Hotel fell under Ministry of Railways management, and was renamed "Tokyo Railway Hotel"
  • 1945 - Tokyo Station heavily damaged in World War II
  • 1947 - Tokyo Station reconstruction
  • 1951 - Tokyo Station Hotel resumes business
  • 1964 - During the Tokyo Olympics, Tokyo Station Hotel became known as one of the most prestigious hotels in Japan and abroad
  • 2003 - The Tokyo Station Marunouchi Building is designated as Important Cultural Properties
  • 2006 - The hotel closes for preservation and restoration
  • 2012 - Tokyo Station Hotel grand re-opening
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