Imperial Hotel
(Tokyo and Kamikochi)

Imperial Hotel
(Tokyo and Kamikochi)

An Imperial Destination

The Imperial Hotel enjoys two distinct locations: Tokyo and Kamikochi.

The Imperial Hotel in Tokyo opened in 1890 by royal decree, and the hotel is a one-of-a-kind landmark, incorporating parts of Frank Lloyd Wright's 1923 designs. A luxurious oasis in this bustling city, the property offers extensive quest services. Well-appointed accommodations, salon services, fitness center, pool and saunas are at guests' disposal. The concierge service assists with onsite amenities such as fine dining reservations, as well as arrangements for visiting exciting area attractions, some within walking distance.  

The Imperial Hotel in Kamikochi, Japan's first mountain resort hotel, is a 74-room lodge  high in the Chubu Sangaku  National Park in the Japan Alps. This elevated location does not lack amenities: all rooms and suites are well-appointed, with many featuring verandas overlooking the natural park setting. Gourmet dining on various cuisines, a 5-star bar and fresh mountain air help guests relax after exploring the extensive hiking opportunities available within the stunning geography surrounding the property.



Iori Hamada

Director of Sales, New York Sales Office

Iori has 15 years of experience in room reservations and sales and marketing activities for the Imperial Hotel.

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