A Journey to the Past with Present Luxury

With its superb location in the city’s prestigious financial district, Mandarin Oriental Tokyo brings contemporary elegance to Nihonbashi, the historical and cultural centre of Tokyo commerce.

True to its surroundings, the first Mandarin Oriental hotel in Japan dynamically blends the best of past and future architectural splendor.

The Mandarin Oriental Tokyo is graced with spacious guest rooms, an oasis-like, fabulously well-appointed award-winning spa, and paradigm setting bar and restaurants situated upon the uppermost floors of the soaring Nihonbashi Mitsui Tower.

In addition, stately banquet and conference facilities reside within the Tower’s impressive atrium podium and adjacent Mitsui Main Building, a cultural heritage property.




179 luxuriously-appointed guest rooms and suites located from the 30th to 36th floors of the 38-storey Nihonbashi Mitsui Tower afford spectacular views of greater Tokyo and beyond through large guest room bay windows. Oversized guest rooms range from 50 to 60 square meters, while the magnificent suites range from 90 to 250 square meters.

Overlooking the Imperial Palace garden to the West and Tokyo Bay to the Southeast, the opulent hotel’s central location has direct subway access via Mitsukoshi-mae Station on the Ginza line to all major points of the city.

 In addition, Tokyo Station, the world-renowned Ginza shopping district, and the Tokyo Stock Exchange are all within 5-10 minutes walking distance.

There are simply breathtaking views from the tower’s uppermost two floors which house the main lobby. Here world-class restaurants offer modern variations of authentic Cantonese food like “Sense”, for French-inspired cuisine we have “Signature” and all day dining international food, “K’shiki”.






Hotel Mandarin Oriental Tokio
2-1-1 Nihonbashi Muromachi
Chuo-Ku, Tokyo 103-8328, Japan
T: 81 (3) 3270 8800
F: 81 (3) 3270 8828
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Text: AMURA ± Photo: Cortesía Hotel Mandarin Oriental Tokyo