Hong Kong Tatler - - Life -

With a whirlpool bath so large it takes 20 min­utes to fill, you’ll have a bit of a wait for a soak in the Tokyo Suite—but the view is well worth it. From its perch in Shin­juku Park Tower, 196 me­tres above the teem­ing pave­ments of the Ja­panese cap­i­tal, the green mar­ble bath pro­vides stun­ning views of Yoyogi Park, Tokyo Bay and the Pa­cific. in the liv­ing room, eight me­tres of floor-to-ceil­ing win­dows of­fer a bird’s eye view as the city merges into the Kanto Plain, with the iconic cone of Mount Fuji in the dis­tance. The cel­e­bra­tion of the city con­tin­ues within the 2,300sqft space. The en­trance hall­way greets guests with four vivid oils by hokkaido artist Yoshi­taka echizenya that de­pict the cap­i­tal in the four sea­sons. A large col­lec­tion of clas­sic art-house films fea­tur­ing Tokyo and Ja­pan pro­vide the per­fect dis­trac­tion on a rainy day. tokyo.park.hy­

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