Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo
2-1-1 Nihonbashi Muromachi
103-8328 Japan

Fax: +81 (3) 3270 8800
Tel: +81 (3) 3270 8828

Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo Website

  • Daily newspaper
  • Free use of state of the art gymnasium
  • Frequent flyer program benefits
  • Goose down bedding, luxurious linens by Rivolta Carmignani and pillow menu
  • Twice daily housekeeping service with complimentary water on turndown
  • Luxurious bathroom amenities
  • Fast, high quality bandwidth, Both wired and wireless. Register up to six devices
  • Superlative high definition 45″ LCD televisions
  • High quality audio system
  • In-room interactive entertainment system which allows integration of iPod or MP3
  • 157 Rooms (50sqm – 60sqm) & 21 Suites (100 sqm – 250 sqm)
  • Mandarin Oriental Spa
  • Heat & Water experience, vitality pool, sauna, steam room and Jacuzzi
  • 15 Meeting and Event Rooms (35sqm – 550 sqm)
  • Japanese Sushi, Chinese Cantonese, Italian, Tapas Molucular and All-
  • Day-Dining restaurants
  • Michelin awarded French dining
  • In Room Dining
  • Mandarin Bar
  • Oriental Lounge
  • Gourmet / Cake Shop
  • Nihonbashi District, Tokyo’s cultural and historical centre
  • Mitsukoshi department store
  • Mitsui Museum
  • Imperial Garden & Palace signtseeing
  • Tokyo Sky Tree sightseeing
  • Ueno Park sightseeing
  • Asakusa sightseeing
  • Ginza shopping district
  • Marunouchi shopping district
  • Akihabara shopping district


The Peninsula Tokyo is superbly located close to the prestigious financial district of Marunouchi, the shopping capital of Ginza, the theatre district of Hibiya, and many historical attractions. The hotel’s interior is modern and contemporary with Japanese accents and offers some of the most spacious guestrooms in Tokyo. The stunning swimming pool has an outdoor terrace with views of the Imperial Palace Gardens.


From traditional Afternoon Tea at The Lobby, to the breathtaking bird’s eye view of metro Tokyo from Peter on the 24th floor, The Peninsula brings a new dimension to fashionable dining in Tokyo. Its exceptional service and refreshingly innovative cuisine appeal as much to international guests as to its loyal local customers. Elegant private dining options range from authentic Cantonese specialties at the Hei Fung Terrace, to Peter grill restaurant with breathtaking views of Tokyo and the famed Imperial Palace Gardens.

A grill restaurant serving prime-cut meats, seafood, salads and home-style side dishes.

Peter: The Bar
A modern lounge bar with breathtaking view serving premium Champagnes, signature cocktails, whiskies and creative comfort cuisine

Hei Fung Terrace
Authentic Cantonese cuisine in a Suzhou garden setting

The Lobby
All-day dining with the celebrated Peninsula Afternoon Tea with live music.

The Peninsula Boutique and Café
Offering the famous Peninsula chocolates, unique gifts and the ideal place for a light meal. Dine-in and take-out options available.

Kyoto Tsuruya
Sister to the famous Kyoto restaurant, Kyoto Tsuruya offers a contemporary atmosphere that serves Japanese kaiseki and tempura.


The Peninsula Spa embodies everything you’ve ever heard about Japan’s hip and sophisticated capital. Modern in design with Japanese influence, treatments are delivered with delicacy and refinement that defy definition. Just like other Peninsula Spas around the world, it promises to revitalize your mind, body and spirit in an atmosphere of caring empathy and calm. This sanctuary of seclusion offers luxurious body treatments and sublime skin care with the combination of Oriental, Ayurvedic and European approaches.


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