Combining a traditional downtown vibe with the atmosphere of the historic Edo period, The ONE@Tokyo is a 142-room hotel located in the east side of Japanese city’s 23 wards.
A place to gather and meet, the property is home to a stunning ground floor café, a lobby that boasts an iconic ‘ONE table’, a 15-metre-long interlinked counter filled with bright natural light from the floor-to-ceiling glass windows facing the main street, and a rooftop from which the Tokyo skyline can be enjoyed with a 180° panoramic view.
Designed by renowned architect Kengo Kuma, the hotel is part of Agora Hospitalities and offers a diversified community for locals and travellers to meet and play, generating a new energy for this part of the city. The façade features an eye-catching wooden installation typical of Kuma, whilst indoors, interiors combine traditional wood framing with industrial aesthetics. Rooms and suites are minimal, casual and contemporary. Inspired by an artist’s atelier, they’re spacious with lots of natural light, amenities including Japanese green tea and air purifiers, and rather impressive views of the city.
Designed like an art exhibition, performing as a hub for culture, travel and socialising, The ONE@Tokyo takes the old atmosphere that has continued since Edo, throws in some cutting-edge features, urban sophistication and warm humanity, fusing all in an inviting bolthole for visitors to this iconic city.