The red-brick building, a symbol of Japan's modernization, was completed in 1914 as the Tokyo Station building. This distinctive edifice, which survived the massive 1923 Great Kanto Earthquake, served Japan throughout the 20th century including the era of reconstruction after the Second World War and the following rapid economic growth. After almost 100 years, the structure begins a new chapter in its life as Tokyo Station City, a commercial hub where the past meets the future and Japan meets the world.
Completed in 1914, the Tokyo Station Marunouchi Building has almost a century-long history. Designed by Kingo Tatsuno, a notable architect of the Meiji period, the steel-and-brick structure projected a majestic but warm aura and was cherished as a landmark and symbol of Tokyo. In 1945, during the Second World War, it lost its roof and several other sections of the building in firebombings. The building was reconstructed and in 2003 it was designated as an Important Cultural Property of Japan. In fall 2012, after extensive restoration, the station recovers its original magnificent look as a familiar face of Tokyo, a world-leading city brimming with attractions and buzzing with liveliness.
In fall 2012, The Tokyo Station Hotel was reborn along with the renovated Tokyo Station Marunouchi Building. The hotel maintains a traditional feel, rooted in the Taisho period when it was established, within the red-brick building of old Tokyo Station, a designated Important Cultural Property of Japan, its guestrooms cherished by literary greats. It also fulfills a variety of functions appropriate for a leading, contemporary luxury hotel. The Tokyo Station Hotel is a place of unparalleled OMOTENASHI – Japanese hospitality. Inheriting a 100-year legacy, it aims to continue as a beloved and respected hotel for at least another 100 years. At The Tokyo Station Hotel, we proudly offer a unique experience.
The Tokyo Station Hotel opened in 1915, a year after the opening of Tokyo Station, as a European-style hotel with 58 guestrooms and several banquet halls. Combining magnificent architecture with the latest facilities, the hotel attracted dignified and discerning guests from far and wide as well as literary giants. The hotel closed temporarily in 2006 as the preservation and restoration project of the Tokyo Station Marunouchi Building commenced. It resumed operations within the fully renovated facility on October 3, 2012.
The Tokyo Station Hotel's main entrance is located a mere 40 meters north of Tokyo Station's Marunouchi South Gate, while its sub-entrance is directly connected to the station. Housed in the Tokyo Station Marunouchi Building, the hotel offers an ideal location. Besides the Otemachi and Marunouchi areas, the department stores of the world-famous Ginza are also close at hand. Tokyo Station, the terminal with the largest number of arriving and departing trains in Japan, is convenient not only for long-distance travel but also for business trips and sightseeing around Tokyo itself. The station can be conveniently accessed from Narita International Airport via the Narita Express or Airport Limousine Bus services, and from Haneda Airport via the Tokyo Monorail and other rail connections.
All of the 150 guestrooms, with ample space of 40 square meters on average, are located on the second, third and part of the fourth floors of the station building. Featuring classic European décor, the hotel has a variety of room designs. As seen in the example of the Dome Side Rooms, favored by a number of great writers, each room resembles a scene from the 100-year history of the hotel.
The Atrium at the heart of the top floor is extraordinary. The expansive 400- square-meter hall with 9-meter-high ceilings, featuring the original red-brick walls, welcomes our guests as a truly unique breakfast lounge.
Bath amenities, IC room key, Flat screen LCD TV, Air purifier/humidifier, Light control panel, iPod dock, Laundry service, Mini bar, Wi-Fi & High-speed internet access, Room service.
Check in from 15:00, Check out up to 12:00
These rooms feature high ceilings and tall windows, recreating a classic European feel. They provide a relaxing time for all guests whether they are visiting for business or pleasure.
Size: 23 – 47 square meters
Number of rooms available: 29
*Unfortunately, these rooms do not feature a fine view from the windows as they are located alongside JR Chuo Line's elevated platforms.
Facing the Imperial Palace, these rooms give guests beautiful views of wide skies and the sunset.
Size: 26 – 58 square meters
Number of rooms available: 81
Situated alongside the North and South Cupola domes of the building, these unique rooms offer views of the reliefs on the domes and overlook people passing by.
Size: 30 – 44 square meters
Number of rooms available: 28
Each of these accommodations is divided into a living room and a bedroom. The private feel created by this layout allows guests to feel comfortably at home.
Size: 65 square meters
Number of rooms available: 7
These unique accommodations are located on the top floor of the station building towers. Adorned with chandeliers and a sophisticated interior, these spacious suites, with a minimum size of 72 square meters, bestow a feeling of tranquil seclusion from the busy streets outside.
Size: 72 – 120 square meters
Number of rooms available: 4
Housed in the middle of the third floor, the Royal Suite is the most expansive, special suite of the hotel. With its spacious living room, a study and other luxurious features, it offers an exclusive experience for special guests.
Size: 173 square meters
Number of rooms available: 1
Cherished as a long-established hotel, The Tokyo Station Hotel welcomes everyone like our family. The hotel entertains guests with dishes created with loving care from the heart, whether for quality time with loved ones or a relaxing time alone.
The Lobby Lounge boasts lofty ceilings and tall windows that bring in natural light. Its British-style classic European décor matches the building's long history and the hotel's tradition, and offers a premium experience like no other. Carefully selected teas and original desserts are sure to truly relax and refresh the body and soul of our guests.
Blanc Rouge serves carefully crafted, impeccable dishes of authentic French cuisine, while inheriting the spirit and history of the hotel. Please savor the dishes, veritable works of art created by executive chef Masahiro Ishihara with his hand-selected ingredients.
A popular bar since 1951, Bar Camellia reopens as Bar & Café Camellia. Adorned with the “STATION HOTEL” logo, its signature until its closure, Camellia is a casual dining outlet with a diverse menu including steaks and alcoholic beverages along with our special “Beef Stew,” the long-beloved staple dish at the hotel.
Bar Oak inherits the heritage that The Tokyo Station Hotel has cultivated since the Taisho period. The menu includes a vast collection of single-malt and other kinds of Scotch whiskey and the original cocktail “Tokyo Station,” which commemorated the 75th anniversary of the hotel. Please enjoy your favorite drink in a comfortable space featuring the original red-brick walls and the warm aura of wood.
Located in the Tokyo Station Marunouchi Building, The Tokyo Station Hotel is an ideal venue for various gatherings. Our three banquet halls – medium-sized or more intimate – situated in one of Japan's Important Cultural Properties are luxury spaces with supreme comfort. From private parties to cocktail receptions, seminars and business meetings, we organize gatherings that fulfill your requests.
Houo is our spacious, main banquet hall with chandeliers shining beneath lofty ceilings and an earth-toned classical interior. It is suitable for parties as well as being ideal for business events like product-releases.
Youko is a sunny and elegant space filled with soft sunlight entering through large windows on walls enclosing the semi-circular room.
Kiri is designed in light tones but has a serious feel. It is perfect for business meetings and other important occasions.
Fitness & Spa at The Tokyo Station Hotel is composed of several facilities. SPA TOKIONE offers services with methods and products of the French premier spa brand Terrake. Fitness Lounge THE JEXER TOKYO, the members-only high-end club, boasts an urban-cave-style décor in addition to providing the latest exercise machines. Other facilities include a bathing room with artificial carbonate springs. Equipped with abundant facilities, Fitness & Spa at The Tokyo Station Hotel offers an exclusive time of relaxation for guests and businesspersons of the Marunouchi area.
THE JEXER TOKYO offers an exercise experience that meets the individual needs and purposes of guests with the latest fitness machines and seasoned training staff.
Hotel guests can use the facility for 1,000 yen including tax.
Closed on the third Sunday of each month and over the New Year holidays.
As the first spa facility in Japan to adopt methods and products fostered by French premium spa brand Terrake, SPA TOKIONE is a mecca of ultimate beauty in the heart of Tokyo. It offers supreme spa treatments that will have you sleeping on cloud nine as comforting music caresses your ears.
The Tokyo Station Hotel offers a bathing facility for your ultimate relaxation, equipped with dry and steam sauna, a high-quality artificial spa, and artificial carbonated hot springs. Praised as "hot springs for the heart," carbonated hot springs have been utilized for therapy in Europe.