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Peninsula Tokyo Lobby Art

The Peninsula Tokyo Moments Campaign

A story of tradition coupled with modernity, The Peninsula Tokyo’s film captures what makes Japan’s history rich in culture, yet cutting edge in the modern day. From the art of the tea ceremony to the celebration of a Japanese wedding to the dazzling high-tech interior of Peter restaurant, The Peninsula Tokyo introduces what we like to refer to as “home”.

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  • Peninsula Tokyo Photoshoot BTS

    The lobby features ivory walls with wooden lattices, echoing the senbongoshi of old Kyoto, the nation’s former capital and still the center of Japanese culture. The lattice motif is also found throughout the hotel, in corridors, guestrooms and public areas.

  • Peninsula Tokyo Photoshoot BTS

    Guests enter the main restaurant area through a steel structure tunnel and exit onto a “catwalk”, leading onto the “stage”. Behind them is an interactive video wall, featuring signature images of Tokyo and Hong Kong, together with interactive elements of nature such as falling snow or autumn leaves wafting behind in the “virtual draft” as guests pass by. The Peninsula Hotels has a tradition of honouring executives with an outstanding career of loyalty and service, and so Peter is named after Peter C Borer, currently Chief Operating Officer of The Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels, Limited, parent company of The Peninsula Hotels.

  • Peninsula Tokyo Boutique Chocolate

    Everyday The Peninsula Boutique & Café uses more than 300 eggs and 10 kg of butter to make the hotel’s sweets and breads. For this scene, more than 400 cakes were prepared by Executive Pastry Chef Shigeru Nojima and his team. In 2003, Chef Nojima represented Japan in Lyon, France at the Coupe du Monde de la Pâtisserie and carried off the silver medal.

  • Peninsula Tokyo Bicycle Ride
    For your recreation pleasure, The Peninsula offers for rent a Louis Garneau bicycle and two Bianchi bicycles for staying guests. Discover the Imperial Palace Gardens, Hibiya Park, Ginza and nearby neighborhoods at your leisure.
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