فندق غاجون طوكيو ホテル雅叙園
Experience the “Palace of the Dragon God”
Gajoen was built in 1928 as a new kind of restaurant and event space, later adding a hotel to the premises. It quickly became the most talked-about destination in Tokyo, where it was given the nickname “Palace of the Dragon God.” At that time the Hotel Gajoen Tokyo exemplified the original owner's vision perfectly, as a sumptuous venue showcasing the best of Japanese art, design, and traditional Japanese cuisine.
Today, the hotel offers the largest rooms in the city, seamlessly blending Japanese and Western aesthetics. There are several excellent restaurants, lovely gardens, a gallery, and a small spa. Walking around the sprawling public spaces is like visiting a museum, with many excellent examples of traditional Japanese art. The location in Meguro is ideal for artists and designers, and any visitor who prefers to be in a less touristy location.