Inspired traditionalism

HOSHINOYA Tokyo lies in the city’s economic center amid a landscape of buildings owned by financial and media giants.
In contrast with its grand facade, the 17-story hotel offers a relaxed ambience with a sense of intimacy and surprise–qualities that are rooted in traditional Japanese hospitality.
Each floor is an exclusive domain, accessible only by the guests staying there,
and with a dedicated staff in place to meet their every need–as well as to maintain the elegant customs that have been honored for centuries at traditional Japanese inns known as ryokan.