Tokyo Now: Your Guide to the Capital of Cool

Just released, the second edition of this exclusive guide leads you to Tokyo’s most exciting experiences.

Nov 2, 2012
  • Dinner at Japanese restaurant
  • Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo makes kids feel welcome with complimentary milk and cookies upon check-in
  • Japanese tea house
  • Skiing in lively Niseko
  • Luxury shopping in Tokyo
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Dine like a local at one of Tokyo's top izakaya restaurants.
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According to TripAdvisor, Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi is the city's number one hotel for families.
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Just two hours away by train, Kyoto is full of temples, shrines and tea houses.
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Head to northern Japan for some of the world's top skiing.
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Luxury shopping is at its best in Tokyo.
Photography courtesy Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts

In the city that’s always at the cutting edge of cool, Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo helps you discover the most exciting shopping, dining and attractions—with a twist of Japanese history.

The expert Four Seasons concierge team has created a new edition of “Tokyo Now,” an insider’s guide to a wide range of intriguing experiences.

Here’s just a taste of what you’ll find:

• Discover five authentic Japanese izakaya restaurants where local Tokyo-ites like to go for a casual—and delicious—dinner.

• TripAdvisor has named Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo as Tokyo’s number one hotel for families. Discover how the team makes kids feel welcome, and learn about some of Tokyo’s hottest new attractions for families.

• Japan’s ancient capital, Kyoto is a fantasy world of temples, shrines, tea houses and geishas. Just two hours away by bullet train, it’s easy for day trips.

• Did you know that northern Japan offers some of the world’s best powder snow? Four Seasons can arrange an overnight ski getaway in lively Niseko.

• Plus, learn about designer luxury you’ll find only in Japan, the hottest accessories shops and the best sushi; and get itineraries for fun and sophisticated nights on the town.

A Quiet Haven Amid the City’s Non-Stop Excitement

Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo is not only Tokyo’s smallest luxury hotel, it’s also the smallest Four Seasons hotel in the world.

As General Manager Daniel Simon says, “In many ways this is a boutique hotel, and we’re very proud of our intimate size. When you’re visiting such a large, fast-paced city, it’s refreshing to come back to a setting that’s quiet and restful. It feels like coming home.”

To start planning your Tokyo trip, read “Tokyo Now” and learn more about special offers at Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo.


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