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ANA InterContinental Tokyo

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Kan Shinshi
Chief Concierge

We are delighted to welcome you to our luxurious hotel. Whether you are visiting for business or pleasure, our Concierge team is on hand to answer any questions. We will do all we can to ensure that your stay in Tokyo is a comfortable and enjoyable one.

Things to do
The Perfect Day

Morning

On a pleasant morning, before breakfast, take a walk to Hie Shrine in Akasaka, a 10-minute walk from the hotel. Passing through the Sanno Torii gate and the traditional red shrine gate, you can enjoy a quiet moment away from the hustle and bustle of the city in this sacred place. In addition, the gardens located in ARK Hills, adjacent to the hotel, visitors can enjoy numerous roses and seasonal flowers which are best fit for your morning refresh. In springtime, the area around the hotel is lined with cherry blossom trees that stretch 1 km, providing a beautiful spring color scheme. After breakfast at the hotel, why not take a stroll to Ginza and the Marunouchi area? Famous stores such as Ginza Mitsukoshi, Ginza SIX, watch and jewelry specialist Wako, and the dazzling gold Hermès flagship store are usually quiet in a morning, so you can enjoy shopping at your leisure.

Afternoon

How about spending your afternoon with elegance to enjoy art? The area around ARK Hills is rich in greenery and lined with many art museums. You can take a walk around the "art triangle" of the National Art Center Tokyo, the Suntory Museum of Art, and the Mori Art Museum. Otherwise, you can take a stroll to areas with rich history - Hanzomon and Nagatacho, which used to be a district of daimyo residences in the Edo period, and the Imperial Palace, which is the emperor residence. Take a stroll around the Imperial Palace area, which still retains the appearance of the former Edo Castle with its vast nature and scenery, and the ruins of the former residences of famous literary figures. Enjoy shopping and dining in Shibuya, a town that is always on the pulse of the latest trends in fashion, culture, and cuisine, or join the dynamic, energetic flow of people at the famous scramble crossing that is a symbol of Tokyo.

Evening

In the evening, Roppongi Hills offers a spectacular view of Tokyo Tower and, when the weather is nice, Mt Fuji and the view of Tokyo at sunset from the top of Roppongi Hills is just exceptional. In winter, Keyakizaka is illuminated, making Roppongi Hills a winter wonderland. At the Tokyo Tower, a well-known landmark of Tokyo, experience the Top Deck Tour at a height of 250 meters. The top deck offers a night view of the city below, with the shimmering Tokyo skyline reflected in the floating geometric mirrors. The Tokyo Tower is lit up from sunset to dawn almost every day, creating a colorful and moody atmosphere that can be viewed from various locations around the city! Of course, returning to the hotel to enjoy a gourmet dinner that will stimulate your senses at the Michelin-starred Pierre Gagnaire, with a stunning night view of the city from the 35th floor.

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Did You Know?
  • Kyoto

    Kyoto served as Japan's capital for over 1000 years and today still offers visitors a wealth of history. Kyoto is renowned for its Sakura season (spring time cherry blossom) but Kyoto is also beautiful in the autumn season, when the leaves turn a golden brown, in early November.

  • Religion

    The two major religions of Japan are Shinto and Buddhism. Shinto is as old as the Japanese culture, while Buddhism first came to the country in the 6th century. Today the two religions co-exist relatively harmoniously, with many Japanese considering themselves Buddhist, Shintoist or both.

  • Sushi

    Before you order sushi in Tokyo, check if the restaurant has a price list. The price of fish changes depending upon the market price and it can occasionally be very, very expensive!

  • Tonkatsu

    In a Tonkatsu (deep fried pork) restaurant, you can get unlimited portions of cabbage and miso soup.

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