Superbly located in Marunouchi's prestigious business district, opposite the Imperial Palace and Hibiya Park and within minutes'; walk of the shopping capital of Ginza, The Peninsula Tokyo offers commanding city views, luxurious comfort, sophisticated facilities, extraordinary dining options, and the legendary Peninsula service.
With 314 spacious guestrooms, including 47 suites, five unique restaurants, two ballrooms, six elegantly designed function rooms, a wedding chapel, a Japanese ceremony room, a fitness center, and The Peninsula Spa, The Peninsula is Tokyo’s new landmark hotel. Guestrooms are among the largest in Tokyo and have stunning views of the city, Imperial Gardens and Hibiya Park. Modern and contemporary with Japanese-inspired accents, each guestroom and suite blends traditional Peninsula standards of comfort and innovative technology with Japanese heritage and cultural elements.
The Peninsula Tokyo offers a range of gourmet options, which include The Lobby, where the famous Peninsula Afternoon is served, authentic Cantonese cuisine at Hei Fung Terrace, Japanese kaiseki at Tsuruya, international cuisine at Peter and The Peninsula Boutique & Café where light dishes, snacks, specialty chocolates and gifts are available.
Dining - ''Hei Fung Terrace'' - Is the ultimate location for sophisticated Cantonese dining in Tokyo with its interior reminiscent of an exotic Suzhou garden. At lunch, bamboo baskets are filled with both classic favorites and the chefs' own innovative interpretations. Dinner signatures include sliced Moromi pork with dark vinegar and minced garlic Szechuan paste and chilled sliced sea conch with spring onion, cucumber, and coriander. For special and intimate occasions, Hei Fung Terrace offers four private dining rooms, two of which offer sweeping views of the Imperial Palace Gardens, as well as an exclusive Chinese Chef's Table located in the kitchen area.
''Peter'' - Offers the ultimate backdrop for a business lunch or a place to recharge after a day of exploring the vibrant heart of Tokyo. By night, as the sun sets and the glittering city lights take over, Peter pulses with energy as diners come to savor its delicious grilled fare, from premium cuts of meat and fresh seafood including 40-day Japanese dry-aged striploin or Kagoshima pork Kurobuta to grilled Hokkaido scallops. Perched high on the 24th floor with stellar views of Tokyo's Imperial Palace Gardens and Hibiya Park, Peter is a refreshing dining destination offering the Peninsula standards of sophistication in fun and inviting atmosphere. ''Peter: The Bar'' - Chic decor blends seamlessly with its panoramic views of Tokyo's Imperial Palace Gardens, Hibiya Park, and the vibrant Ginza district. Come happy hour, Peter: The Bar becomes a stylish playground for the trendy crowds of Tokyo's young and successful, who return again and again for the legendary cocktails with an enticing selection of vintage and classic concoctions.
"The Lobby'' - When tea time strikes in Tokyo, locals and visitors alike love The Lobby for a classic Peninsula Afternoon Tea under the iconic Hanabi firework-inspired crystal chandelier. Stunning bird cage stands filled with a delicious assortment of sweet and savory treats grace The Lobby tables daily. Spoil yourself with The Lobby's à la carte menus, ideal for power lunches or a light, sophisticated dinner. Choose from a fine selection of international cuisine, from hearty Italian meals to continental favorites and Japanese specialties, including seasonal sashimi from Tokyo's famed Toyosu fish market.
''The Peninsula Boutique & Café'' - Passionate Executive Pastry Chef Pascal Cialdella heads The Peninsula Boutique & Café, where he and his team create tempting sweets and more. The main counter features row upon row of beautifully crafted and colorful cakes and pastries. An à la carte menu brimming with quality international delights, including salads and pasta dishes, has made The Peninsula Boutique & Café a popular choice for a casual lunch with colleagues or friends. Weather permitting, enjoy outside dining at The Peninsula Café at Maranouchi Naka Dori avenue. Take home a beautifully wrapped box of Peninsula hand-made chocolates, organic tea, or a bottle of premium wine for a special gift.
''Sushi Wakon'' - Offers exquisite seasonal delicacies while providing world-class hospitality to The Peninsula Tokyo’s discerning guests. The exclusive restaurant is the second branch restaurant of two Michelin-starred Chef Rei Masuda, a disciple of world-famous Sushi Master Jiro Ono of Sukiyabashi Jiro, under whom Chef Masuda honed his techniques. Sushi Wakon’s expertly-crafted sushi features ingredients sourced daily from the world-famous Toyosu Market, allowing guests to experience the finest fresh seafood. The omakase course flows through a series of tsumami small dishes and nigiri sushi, prepared using traditional Edomae-style techniques designed to bring out each fish's sublime flavors. An impressive sake lineup to complement the cuisine features products from Japan’s most renowned breweries. The restaurant features luxurious Japanese art and decor and is sister to the original sushi restaurant of Kyoto's same name.
The Peninsula Spa - Is a haven of calm, offering deep relaxation and bespoke spa treatments by skilled therapists that epitomize the legendary Peninsula service. With a prestigious Five-Star rating by Forbes Travel Guide, The Peninsula Spa invites guests to revitalize mind, body, and spirit and indulge in The Spa’s menu of Oriental, Ayurvedic, and European-inspired treatments. Be transported to an oasis of calm away from the hustle and bustle of the city, where lavish treatment rooms, each with a private shower, Japanese Yukimi shoji screens, and adjustable heated beds await. A relaxation area with a thermal suite and aromatic steam rooms, dry saunas, lifestyle showers, and shaved ice fountains completes the luxurious spa journey.