Janu Tokyo to Open in March 2024

The hotel is also home to two Japanese restaurants. The first, Iigura, reinterprets the centuries old tradition of Edomae sushi in an intimate setting, offering a choice of exquisite à la carte sashimi and small plates, or omakase dining at the Hinoki wood counter. The second, Sumi, serves as a modern interpretation of the traditional sumibiyaki grill, with organic seasonal ingredients cooked over charcoal and paired with premium wine and sake.

Completing the restaurant repertoire are the Janu Grill, with its spectacular show kitchen, two large wine cellars, bar and counter- style seating, and Hu Jing, where guests can savour Cantonese signatures such as roast duck, contemporary dim sum and seafood specialties.

Finally, in the Janu Lounge and on the Garden Terrace, afternoon tea and light snacks are served in a serene setting, while the Janu Bar presents an exclusive destination for inspired craft cocktails prepared by top tier mixologists.

On floors six to 13, Janu Tokyo’s rooms and suites start at 55 sqm, presenting timeless Asian-inspired interiors with contemporary European accents. A strong focus on minimalism and symmetry encourages comfort, creating a harmonic balance of energy.

Most offer their own private balconies immersing guests in the city skyline or Azabudai Hill’s surrounding greenery, while Corner and Tower View Suites benefit from dual-aspect views through magnificent arched windows. Many also connect with neighbouring rooms and suites, creating a seamless ease for groups and families travelling together.

All enjoy large bathrooms with double vanities, rain showers and bespoke soaking tubs – separated from their bedrooms by sliding partition walls – alongside spacious walk-in wardrobes and inviting living areas.

The Janu Suite is the hotel’s largest, enjoying 284 sqm of inviting, residential style living space. Its two sprawling balconies offer captivating views of the city, while a contemporary kitchen with counter, dining table for up to six guests, a separate study/library and a spacious lounge, create a luxurious home away from home. When combined with the three adjoining room categories, the Janu Suite expands to a total size of 519 sqm, making it one of the largest suites available in Tokyo.

A testament to its world-class design and facilities, Janu Tokyo thrives in perfect synergy with the city, nurturing purposeful connection and restoring balance through the rhythmic energy it draws from its surrounds. Whether invigorated through social wellness, ignited around the convivial dining table or unlocked through cultural discovery, the effects of every stay are carried far beyond, leaving a lasting memory of Tokyo’s enigmatic allure.

Janu Tokyo hotel reservations are now open with stays commencing in March 2024. Nightly rates start from USD $944 inclusive of taxes and service charge.

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