Peninsula: a legend

Peninsula: a legend

This Nippon opus, in a niche near Ginza and the central train station, brings together finesse and modernism as the ideal refuge for travellers in search of Japanese refinement.

Make room for luxury, calm, and exquisite pleasure. The Namibian granite walls, a two-storey entrance hall with a 1,313-light chandelier, furniture of red lacquer and leather, Kyoto wooden panels, and many art works dress up the space and make it shine. Don't miss 'The Void', a light sculpture with 24 stainless steel cones weighing 80 kilos each. At the Peninsula Academy, travellers can learn about the art and culture of the country. During visits and/or private workshops, you can discover the ins and outs of sake fabrication in a brewery, wander about the art galleries with a guide in the know, or be introduced to the arts of washi paper and kimonos. Classes on origami, cooking, or the fabrication of furin, traditional Japanese wind chimes, are also available. Arrive from the airport in Rolls Royce Phantom, for the makings of an unforgettable trip.

The Peninsula
1-8-1 Yurakucho
100-0006 Tokyo

+81 (0)3 6270 2888

Rooms: from 65,000 JPY