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“A bold venture designed by famed architect Kengo Kuma, in downtown Oshiage, east Tokyo. The crisscross wooden exterior sets the tone for the industrial conversion plywood and concrete layout of the interiors. The rooms range from comfortable to luxurious and the rooftop offers unbeatable city views.”

“A bold venture designed by famed architect Kengo Kuma, in downtown Oshiage, east Tokyo. The crisscross wooden exterior sets the tone for the industrial conversion plywood and concrete layout of the interiors. The rooms range from comfortable to luxurious and the rooftop offers unbeatable city views.”

Hotel Review

A welcome addition to Tokyo's eastern district of Oshiage. Designed by the illustrious Kengo Kuma, he has worked with his signature materials of raw wood and concrete- add to this metal fixtures, reams of white fabric and a flare of style in tying these stark materials together to somehow create a sense of warmth and luxury. The studios are small but undoubtably cool, think metal sinks and plywood walls. The luxury suites offer more space as well as views from giant floor to ceiling windows. The real crowd pleaser is the rooftop bar offering comfortable seats from which to gawp at Tokyo Skytree, just five minutes own the road. The staff are faultless in their manners and service- we would 100% recommend!
Recommended for
  • City Style
  • This slick design hotel oozes Tokyo style from the distinctive exterior artwork to the bold interior design- a real winner
  • Sights nearby
  • A short walk to many of the cities sites including the famed temple in Asakusa, Sensoji, and the Sumida River
  • Local exploring
  • A skip hop and a jump from many of the sights of Tokyo, and overlooking the unmissable Tokyo Skytree
  • Hotel Entertainment
  • Grab a drink and head up to the rooftop lounge to feast on the incredible views of Tokyo's skyline
  • Families
  • Loft or suite rooms are ideal for families as they can accommodate two children
  • Other Activities
  • Each room comes with a mobile phone with free internet and city guides of Tokyo

Recommended For

  • City Style
  • This slick design hotel oozes Tokyo style from the distinctive exterior artwork to the bold interior design- a real winner
  • Sights nearby
  • A short walk to many of the cities sites including the famed temple in Asakusa, Sensoji, and the Sumida River
  • Local exploring
  • A skip hop and a jump from many of the sights of Tokyo, and overlooking the unmissable Tokyo Skytree
  • Hotel Entertainment
  • Grab a drink and head up to the rooftop lounge to feast on the incredible views of Tokyo's skyline
  • Families
  • Loft or suite rooms are ideal for families as they can accommodate two children
  • Other Activities
  • Each room comes with a mobile phone with free internet and city guides of Tokyo
  • Luxury
  • Full of character
  • Theme hotel
  • Designer
  • Lively
  • Views
  • Contemporary
  • Child friendly
  • Chic
  • Artworks
  • Restaurant

Facilities

  • Safe
  • Towelling robes
  • Parking
  • Bar
  • In room DVD
  • Walking distance restaurants
  • Outdoor dining
  • Suites
  • Restaurant
  • Child friendly
  • Sitting Room
  • Room service
  • Views
  • Satellite / Cable TV
  • In room music system
  • Air conditioning
  • Wifi

Activities

  • Sights nearby
  • A short walk to many of the cities sites including the famed temple in Asakusa, Sensoji, and the Sumida River
  • Hotel Entertainment
  • Grab a drink and head up to the rooftop lounge to feast on the incredible views of Tokyo's skyline
  • Other Activities
  • Each room comes with a mobile phone with free internet and city guides of Tokyo

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One@Tokyo

"It was designed by cult architect Kengo Kuma, and has an abstract wooden façade, a roof terrace and industrial-style rooms designed for a range of budgets."

Originally published by The Telegraph (view article)

One@Tokyo

"There’s no mistaking ONE@Tokyo as anything other than a design hotel, and Kengo Kuma’s exterior is just the first of industrial cues taken from Tokyo's downtown’s factories."

Originally published by Conde Nast (view article)

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142 rooms from £109 per night

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