Hotel Okura is very traditional apparently. Its main lobby has kept the original feel of Japanese hospitality since its opening in 1962.
Few Japanese have stayed at Hotel Okura, but the foreigners love it, due to its strong character.
Twin Beds with sleeping robes!
Each bed comes with a yukata(robe) called Nemaki – pajama robes! It was fun to wear them to sleep =)
Compared to the hotel in Korea (they promote less wastage and sustainable environment), Hotel Okura was very generous in their toiletries. They even provided facial kits which were samples from Shiseido. It consisted of facial wash, toner, moisturizer and cleansing oil.
Situated near Kamiyacho and Tonaromon metro station. It is very convenient.
It is also about 15-20 minutes walk away to nightlife spot Rappongi, which is popular amongst expat community.
Breakfast is very expensive, so we didn’t include it in the package.
Tip – Get breakfast from Jonathan’s
instead! I spent only 600 Yen for a great meal. It is a five minute walk away from the hotel. Or you can of course get some bites from the many convenience stores around.
Experience Japan hospitality @ Hotel Okura
2-10-4 Toranomon, Minato, Tokyo 105-0001, Japan