Day 1 : Arrival and explore “Roppongi” around the hotel
Upon check in, stop by concierge desk to pick up the City guide brochure or book and the Tokyo Midtown Guide brochure or book. Tokyo Midtown is the shopping and entertainment complex and houses the hotel along with more than 130 shops and restaurants.
Visit Suntory Museum of Art in the Tokyo Midtown, which has an exclusive collection of traditional Japanese Art. Every Thursday, traditional Japanese Tea Ceremonies are conducted in the tea rooms located in the top floor of the museum and you can join them with pre-booking through the Concierge.
Visit the National Art Center, Tokyo, located 5 min walking distance from the Suntory Museum of Art.
The National Art Center, Tokyo is a unique and innovative art exhibition facility: Instead of maintaining a permanent collection, it makes the most of a total of 14,000 square meters of exhibition space, one of the largest in Japan, and focuses on serving as a venue for various art exhibitions. The Center also promotes outreach activities through its educational programs, and the Art Library serves to collect and disseminate information related to art.
Dinner at the Japanese restaurant Hinokizaka, which serves 4 principal Japanese cuisines – namely Sushi, Kaiseki, Tempura and Teppanyaki in an innovative modern Japanese design environment housing a collection of contemporary art as well as traditional Japanese crafts from various regions of the country.
Day 2: Learn Authentic Bonsai Art
Enjoy breakfast at Towers Modern Bistro located on 45th floor while watching a magnificent view of the vibrant city of Tokyo through its windows.
Leave hotel to Asakusa to participate in the “Bonsai” workshop before exploring the town filled with the nostalgias of old Tokyo.
8 a.m. depart hotel – take the Metro to Ueno, transfer to Japan railway (JR) Utsunomiya Line to Toro station in Omiya City, Saitama Prefecture
9 a.m. Omiya Bonsai Museum : An exclusive exposure to the hidden history of the craft and opportunities to appreciate a beautiful collection of Bonsais in an ideal setting.
11 a.m. Leave Museum and explore the Bonsai Village
12:30 p.m. Train from Omiya Park Station to Asakusa via Omiya.
1:30 p.m. Lunch in Asakusa – Imahan : Enjoy Sukiyaki lunch and explore “ Edo-Tokyo Culture” in the famous Nakamise-street where small shops are closely built together on either sides of the street (the old shopping street style unchanged since several hundred years ago), selling traditional Japanese sweets called Ningyo Yaki (figuring shaped beancurd cakes) as well as a variety of hand crafted souvenir items.
4:30 p.m. Return to the Hotel
Dinner in the French Dining Azure 45 : Enjoy the contemporary French cuisine exclusively crafted in a state-of-art manner by Shintaro Miyazaki, Chef de Cuisine of the restaurant.
Day 3 : Relax at the hotel until departure
After the breakfast, relax in our Spa & Fitness located on the 46th floor. Enjoy the ultimate pampering, rejuvenation and restorative experience in a tranquil sanctuary.