Historical and cultural centre of Tokyo - "Nihonbashi"
Superbly located in the heart of historical and cultural centre of Tokyo, Nihonbashi, formerly known as Edo. Just a stone’s throw from Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo is the celebrated ‘Bridge of Japan’ from which Nihonbashi derives its name. At one time, this was the traditional ‘Kilometer Zero’ officially designating one’s arrival in the capital. Japan’s major financial, insurance and securities firms grew around this landmark, along with many traditional shops, shrines and galleries.
Delightful dining options
Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo’s twelve inimitable restaurants and bars, including a Michelin-starred restaurant, have enough versatility to suit any mood or occasion. Ten of the twelve establishments are located on the uppermost two floors of the 38-storey Nihonbashi Mitsui Tower, offering guests stunning views of the city and beyond, including TOKYO SKYTREE to the east, and the Mount Fuji to the west.
Spa in the sky
Located on the 37th and 38th ﬂoors of the Nihonbashi Mitsui Tower, the Spa is primely positioned, with its suites offering magniﬁcent views and unforgettable Heat and Water experiences. In nine serene rooms, including four suites and one Spa Studio, guests are guided through a personalised journey of Asian and western-inspired relaxation, beauty, and wellness components conceived to instill inner peace and physical rejuvenation that will bring about a clear feeling of well-being.
Design Concept - "Woods and Water"
Within a country surrounded by water, Japan’s mountains give birth to clouds that nourish its soil with abundant rainfall and feed the many rivers that flow from the mountains to the coastlines. Therefore, ‘Woods and Water’ became inspirational themes and formed the underlying design concept of Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo. The hotel has been conceived as a single large living tree, providing shelter, comfort and a gathering place for the community. These themes are expressed using imaginative, custom fabrics and furnishings throughout the hotel.
Magnifiscent view of Tokyo
All guests are afforded spectacular, sweeping views from Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo. East-facing rooms look out over the Sumida River, Tokyo Bay, Odaiba and TOKYO SKYTREE, the world’s highest free-standing broadcasting tower, while those facing west permit views of Ginza, Tokyo Station and the towering skyscrapers of Shinjuku. On clear days, the majestic, snow-capped Mount Fuji can be seen in the distance.
Cocktails & Bar Fare
Stylish and luxurious, the Mandarin Bar offers a visual aperitif to our spectacular restaurants
The Pizza Bar on 38th
Sizzling pizzas created at your counter by our master pizza maker and served straight from the brick oven
Tapas Molecular Bar
Reanimate your senses
Afternoon Tea, cocktails and lounge fare
A place to meet, a place to contemplate
French Fine Dining
Dining that feels on top of the world
Delicate and dramatic Cantonese dining
Sushi Shin by Miyakawa
A world-class Sushi experience
Sense Tea Corner
Enjoying a serene setting on our 37th floor, the Sense Tea Corner specialises in the wonderful purity of fine tea
Authentic Italian flavours in a laid-back setting
With a stylish, welcoming feel, Ventaglio offers an array of delicious international cuisine served in a relaxed buffet style.
French and Authentic Cantonese
The Cellar - Private Dining
An ideal setting for private lunch and dinner events
Chocolates, Cakes & Breads
The Mandarin Oriental Gourmet Shop
Lovingly prepared and exquisitely presented, our delicious delicacies are a true luxury
Weddings & Events
With our stunning facilities, excellent service and original ideas for events great and small, Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo is the ultimate celebratory venue.
Our catering is always a talking point. We promise to deliver fabulously fresh cuisine that will be a highlight of your event.