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The Tokyo Station Hotel: sleeping above the Shinkansen

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A majestic building in red brick, the Tokyo Station Hotel, located in the main train station, is a symbol of the city.

The hotel has been operating since 1915 just one year after the train station was inaugurated. In 1964, the Shinkansen, the Japanese high-speed train, appeared and, in 2012, the hotel reopened after six years of renovations.

High-vaulted ceilings are impressive and the large windows offer views of life in the train station, with rooms looking out on the famous dome that photographers have immortalised thousands of times. This hotel, with a contemporary air and European décor, also has small houses, measuring 70 square metres, to keep you in a preserve of calm and far from the madding crowds.

In the atrium, you can enjoy a filling breakfast, then prepare to board the train with your overstuffed trunk.

Tokyo Station Hotel
1 Chome-9-1 Marunouchi
Chiyoda
100-000 Tokyo

+81 (0)3 5220 1112

www.tokyostationhotel.jp

Rooms: from 40,000 JPY

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