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Tokyo, the world’s most sprawling city, is a complex and dynamic urban landscape. Well-known for its cutting-edge, high-tech efficiency, Tokyo is a surprising place where one can find an ancient temple wedged between skyscrapers, a tiny shrine down a suburban lane, the fantastic and futuristic beside the everyday. The Marunouchi business district is the commercial heart not merely of Tokyo, but of all of Japan.
Japan celebrates a number of annual holidays with festivals and visits to local shrines. Below are some of the area's larger holidays and events.
- New Year's festivities are enjoyed at Shinto shrines.
- Coming of Age Day in Japan honours those who have reached age 20 within the year. Celebrations include ceremonies and family gatherings.
- National Foundation Day celebrates the accession of Japan's first emporor, Emperor Jimmu.
- Cherry Blossom Festival events held at Ueno Park, Yasukuni Shrine, Shinjuku Gyoen, Chidorigafuchi and many other parks throughout the spring.
- Constitutional Memorial Day marks the anniversary of the adoption of the 1947 consitution.
- Great Tokyo Beer Festival is held annually and is much beloved for its array of brews.
- The Tokyo Bay Fireworks Festival: Fireworks displayed in Tokyo Bay, Edogawa River, Sumida River and more.
- Sea Day pays tribute to the nation's island status and its position in the sea by visiting the surrounding ocean.
- Chrysanthemum exhibitions held at Shinjuku Gyoen, Jinday Botanical Garden and Yushima Shrine to showcase the beautiful flower.
- Respect for the Aged Day pays tribute to the nation's elderly with interviews with the nation's oldest folks and visits to grandparents.
- Labour Thanksgiving Day is a time to give thanks for productivity, natural resources and fellow man.
- Emperor Akihito's Birthday is marked with fun celebrations and the palace grounds opening to the public.
Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi is part of the 31-storey Pacific Century Place, a prestigious office and retail development neighbouring Ginza shopping district and Tokyo’s train and subway stations.
GMT +9 hours
Japanese, English, some French
Local voltage is 100 volts AC. Adapters available; please request through the Concierge.
Monday to Saturday 10:00 am to 8:00 pm
Sundays and Public Holidays 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Banking Hours are from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm, Monday to Friday
Monday to Friday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Public Holidays in Japan 2016
|New Year's Day||January 1
|Coming of Age Day
|National Foundation Day
|Vernal Equinox Day||March 20
|Constitution Memorial Day||May 3|
|Greenery Day||May 4|
|Children's Day||May 5|
|Mountain Day||August 11|
|Respect for the Aged Day
|Autumnal Equinox Day||September 22|
|Health-Sports Day||October 10|
|Culture Day||November 3|
|Labour Thanksgiving Day