Superbly located opposite the Imperial Palace and Hibiya Park in Marunouchi district, and within minutes' walk of the shopping capital of Ginza, The Peninsula Tokyo offers commanding views of the Japanese capital skyline.
This holiday season, The Peninsula Tokyo sparkles with kawaii cute festive decorations throughout the hotel, seasonal gourmet menus and Christmas hampers, and timeless festive experiences to treasure. Discover more about our Festive Programme here or view our Festive Brochure here.
The Peninsula Tokyo holds nearly 1,000 pieces of art created by 60 artists, 90% of them Japanese.
1934 Vintage: Rolls-Royce Phantom II
Only four left in the world - Available for guests to use at The Peninsula Tokyo, Hong Kong, Shanghai and Paris.
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|Telephone||+81 3 6270 2888|
|Airport Distance||68 km (42 miles) from Narita Airport / 20 km (12 miles) from Haneda Airport|
|Nearby||Imperial Palace Garden, Marunouchi Naka Dori, Maronouchi financial district, Hibiya Park, Hibiya Theatre district, Hibiya Station, Yurakucho Station, Ginza Shopping area, Tokyo Station(train), Nihonbashi, Kyobashi|
Best-loved Japanese Food: Tempura and Sushi Master Class
Head Chef Teruyuki Kojima, the mastermind behind the Japanese banquet and wedding cuisine served at The Peninsula Tokyo since the hotel’s founding in 2007, shares his expertise in an intimate class that teaches participants aged 12 and up how to prepare two of the best-loved types of Japanese food: tempura and sushi.Learn More
The Fun of Faux Food: Hands-on Plastic and Wax Modelling
Japan’s plastic and wax food samples have charmed visitors worldwide. To the Japanese these ubiquitous displays are simply a practical way of reviewing a restaurant or café’s offerings before entering; to those new to this shop-front custom, they are amazing works of pop art – colourful, realistic and fun – that everyone longs to bring home as a souvenir.Learn More
Hidden Colours of Tokyo: An Insider’s Guide to the Contemporary Art Scene
Tokyo’s contemporary art scene is notoriously difficult to navigate, with much of the best collections tucked away in addresses that are difficult even for locals to find. Enjoy a day with Ms. Takeda who will personally accompany and guide art lovers on this exclusive tour and assist with any purchase inquiries.
Eriko Horiki: Washi-Paper Art Experience
The author of "Washi in Architecture", artist Eriko Horiki has made a name for herself expressing the dynamics of this exquisite paper in innovative ways, from stage design to stunning paper tapestries and light displays, including exciting new applications for OLED lighting.
Furin Making: Furin Making
Participants in this programme will visit Shinohara Furin Honpo, a family-owned glass studio established in Tokyo in 1915, where they will make their very own furin wind chime by blowing the glass and painting the bell. A drink and snack and a personalised furin made by the shop are included.Learn More
Fold Your Way to Fun: Origami for Kids
Origami, the art of Japanese paper folding, has spread beyond Japan’s shores to become a modern art form and even a means of conveying advanced mathematical theories. But it’s the simple charm of transforming a single sheet of flat paper into a three-dimensional shape with no tools but one’s own fingers that keeps this craft popular among all ages today in classrooms and homes throughout Japan.Learn More
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