From the 8th to the 10th of July you can visit one of the leading trade shows, organized by Reed Exhibitions Japan Ltd, for design products in Japan. Only the products which passed for a jury of designers and stylists will be presented and it always attract the vest buyers that want to find new brands and know what is fresh in the design and lifestyle fields. A place where you find the most stylish and fashionable products. If you have not yet chosen where to stay, hotel interior design will help you. See the best design hotels in Tokyo.
The Park Hotel Tokyo is ideally situated in Shiodome, a flourishing new center of business and culture. Those who want to explore the fascinating facets of Tokyo have a smooth transition from the Park Hotel’s sanctuary to the Waterfront Transit Station, by way of low-level exits that lead directly to the heart of the capital. But inside the hotel, natural light enters through a ten-story atrium, its illumination of the space is truly one of the business district’s wonders. Equally attractive is the lobby’s sunlit garden, which embodies Japan’s cultural tradition of incorporating nature into even the most forward-thinking man-made marvels. In its effort to offer unique and creative services, Park Hotel supports the “Creative Tokyo” initiative, which is part of the “Cool Japan Strategy Program” promoted by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry to share Japanese culture across the globe. It also provides venues for creative events to revitalize Tokyo.
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Directly adjacent to some of Tokyo’s most important historic sites, a contemporary creative center emerges. The Gate Hotel stands poised between the cultural heritage of an old city district and luminous modern-day Tokyo. Step out of the elevator and into the thirteenth-floor lobby and you are treated to a gently curving panoramic view of the city below, as well as stunning views of the Tokyo Skytree – the highest freestanding broadcasting tower in the world at 634 meters. Across the street, the Kaminarimon Gate houses sculptures of Shinto deities and a four-meter-tall lantern. Guests can also take in Asakusa’s cultural contrasts from the fourteenth-floor terrace, open 24 hours a day, or unwind with a drink in the hotel’s sleek, atmospheric restaurant that offers a distinct take on French fusion cuisine. Comfort is key in the Gate Hotel’s 137 rooms and suites.