Tokyo at Marunouchi

Local Gems: Our Guide To Tokyo

Spacious yet boutique and located steps from bustling Tokyo Station, Four Seasons Hotel at Marunouchi is an intimate respite tucked within the heart of the financial district. You can discover countless attractions close by – all while capitalizing on plenty of opportunities to pause, relax and take it all in. With so many spaces to explore, who better to draw up a guide than the Hotel’s in-the-know staff? Take in the city like a local and your itinerary with their picks.

WHERE OUR PR MANAGER GETS IN TOUCH WITH NATURE

– Junko Kajihara, PR Manager

“Since Tokyo is one of the biggest cities in the world, many people imagine that it’s just a concrete jungle. What few tourists know is that we have many parks and gardens across the city. My favourite is Jindai Botanical Garden, about one hour by bus or train from Tokyo Station. It’s serene, thanks to its less urban surroundings, and also has some of the best rose gardens around. Greenhouses make it accessible throughout the year, and it’s an especially great spot for cherry blossom viewing in the spring. While you’re there, I recommend stopping at neighbouring Jindaiji, the second-oldest temple in Tokyo that doubles as a modern-day noodle shop. Their signature buckwheat soba noodles are not to be missed.”

OUR GUEST EXPERIENCE MANAGER’S GO-TO FOR GIFTS

– Mami Kumoda, Guest Experience Manager

“If you’re looking for unique, authentically Japanese souvenirs, I always suggest checking out stationery stores. My favourite is Ginza Itoya, just a short walk from the Hotel. Spread out over 12 floors, it’s expansive and fun to browse. Each storey has creative notecard sets, as well as collections like uniquely shaped paper clips and scissors. With all kinds of useful gadgets and cool inventions too, you’ll find something for everyone on your gift list.”

WHERE OUR FRONT OFFICE MANAGER GOES FOR A COLD DRINK

– Ichiro Shimizu, Front Office Manager

“To discover the more casual side of Tokyo, I recommend visiting the yokocho and gado-shita, which are old-school narrow alleyways and streets jam-packed with Japanese eateries, and izakaya (pub-style bars). These have become trendy areas for hip new restaurants and speakeasy bars. If you're in the mood for fresh seafood and Japanese beer, I suggest visiting Yurakucho Gado-shita, which is a lively drinking spot located under the rail tracks of Yurakucho station and only a stone’s throw from the Hotel.”

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