Big in Ja­pan

Hong Kong Tatler - - Celebratory Feast -


Sofia Cop­pola cap­tured the sen­ti­ment in her crit­i­cally ac­claimed film Lost in Trans­la­tion— and any­one who’s trav­elled to Tokyo can at­test that the city, while as­ton­ish­ing, can also be a lit­tle over­whelm­ing for the first-time vis­i­tor. The Palace Ho­tel Tokyo has the most lux­u­ri­ous of so­lu­tions with its re­cently launched arts, gas­tron­omy, cul­ture and nat­u­ral won­ders pack­age, show­ing off the very best of what Tokyo has to of­fer. Spread over five days, you will re­ceive a full-day be­spoke art ex­cur­sion with an ex­pert from Blouin Art­info, a one-on-one food tour with a culi­nary afi­cionado and a four-hour pri­vate ses­sion with a Ja­panese cul­tural spe­cial­ist. You’ll stay in the Palace Suite, a sprawl­ing 2,260-square-foot room fea­tur­ing an art col­lec­tion of its own and views of the Im­pe­rial Palace. To soothe the in­evitable pain of your de­par­ture, you’ll re­ceive a Ja­panese-cul­ti­vated akoya pearl to re­mind you for­ever of your trip. en.palace­hotel­

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