Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo launches “Experience Japan” package for international guests

Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo launches “Experience Japan” package for international guests

Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo, the iconic five-star flagship property of leading Japanese hospitality company Fujita Kanko, announced a new “Experience Japan” package available beginning June 1st targeting international guests. The package, available year-round, includes the following:
*  Garden View Superior Room, overlooking the hotel’s renowned Japanese garden
*  Choice of Japanese or Western-style breakfast
*  Choice of Samurai (at Miyuki) or Fujiyama (at Mokushun-do) 6-course dinner
*  Spa, which includes all-weather pool, fitness center and Japanese hot spring bath
*  Guided tour of the garden’s botanical species and historic monuments, on request

The special dinner menus accommodate a typical request from international guests to enjoy sushi, tempura and teppan-yaki all at once. These dinner menus will also be available for diners not staying at the hotel at 13,000 yen/person. To view the menus, visit: http://www.hotel-chinzanso-tokyo.com/view-promotion/1208

The nightly package rate is 30,000 yen/person, based on two people per room, a 53,875 yen/person value. For single guests, the rate is 40,000 yen (a 79,750 yen value) and for three guests per room, the rate is 27,000 yen/person (a 41,250 yen value.) If guests wish to stay in the hotel’s Japanese suite, a traditional Japanese-style tatami mat room, the package features a special upgrade for an additional 10,000 yen/night.

Guests can also participate in Japanese arts and cultural activities: traditional Japanese tea ceremonies at the hotel’s authentic teahouse, Kokedama (moss ball) bonsai workshops and Japanese lessons.

Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo, re-flagged in January after 20 years as Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Chinzan-so, is known for its historic heritage as well as its lush, majestic garden, the habitat to various botanical species, birds, insects and even wild raccoon dogs. Every May-July, the garden becomes home to numerous fireflies –extremely rare in the center of Tokyo.

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