Peninsula Tokyo

The truly first class Peninsula Tokyo Hotel is located in a business and shopping district, opposite Hibiya Park and the Imperial Palace. It is adjacent to Hibiya Subway Station, and a few short minutes stroll from the large, top end, designer Ginza shopping district. This hotel offers excellent business and conference services and rooms, a 20 meter indoor pool, a spa that is manned by very experienced and trained therapists and an array of fine gourmet restaurants. The Peninsula Tokyo Hotel has very spacious, luxury decorated rooms that have deluxe amenities and supported by professional, polite, efficient yet friendly staff.

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Deluxe Room

The Peninsula Tokyo offers some of the most spacious guestrooms in Tokyo. Most rooms offer views of the Imperial Palace or Hibiya Park. All rooms and suites feature modern amenities including 42-inch plasma cable televisions, fully stocked minibars, and mood lighting. Cabled and wireless high-speed Internet service is complimentary, and fax machines come with private numbers. Cordless telephones offer Skype capability and convert to mobile phones for use within the hotel. All bathrooms include phones as well as built-in, flat-screen TVs. Rooms include dining tables for 2 as well as separate dressing areas.

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Peter Grill

Peter offers the ultimate backdrop for a business lunch or a place to recharge after a day of exploring the vibrant heart of Tokyo. By night, as the sun sets and the glittering city lights take over, Peter pulses with energy as diners come to savor its delicious grilled fare, from premium cuts of meat and fresh seafood including 40-day Japanese dry-aged striploin to grilled scallops. Perched high on the 24th floor with stellar views of Tokyo's Imperial Palace Gardens and Hibiya Park, Peter is a refreshing dining destination offering the Peninsula standards of sophistication in a fun and inviting atmosphere.

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Peter The Bar

Peter The Bar's chic decor blends seamlessly with its panoramic views of Tokyo's Imperial Palace Gardens, Hibiya Park and the vibrant Ginza district. Come happy hour, Peter The Bar becomes a stylish playground for the trendy crowds of Tokyo's young and successful, who return again and again for the legendary cocktails with an enticing selection of vintage and classic concoctions.

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Hei Fung Terrace

Hei Fung Terrace is the ultimate location for sophisticated Cantonese dining in Tokyo with its interior reminiscent of an exotic Suzhou garden. At lunch, bamboo baskets are filled with both classic favourites and the chefs' own innovative interpretations. Dinner signatures include sliced Moromi pork with dark vinegar and minced garlic Szechuan paste and chilled sliced sea conch with spring onion, cucumber and coriander. For special and intimate occasions, Hei Fung Terrace offers four private dining rooms, two of which offer sweeping views of the Imperial Palace Gardens, as well as an exclusive Chinese Chef's Table located in the kitchen area.

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The Lobby

When tea time strikes in Tokyo, locals and visitors alike love The Lobby for a classic Peninsula Afternoon Tea under the iconic "hanabi" firework -inspired crystal chandelier. Stunning triple-tier towers filled with a delicious assortment of sweet and savory treats grace The Lobby tables daily. Spoil yourself with The Lobby's à la carte menus, ideal for power lunches or a light, sophisticated dinner. Choose from a fine selection of international cuisine, from hearty Italian meals to Continental favorites and Japanese specialties, including seasonal sashimi from Tokyo's famed Tsuijki fish market.

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The Peninsula Boutique & Café

Passionate Executive Pastry Chef Shigeru Nojima heads The Peninsula Boutique & Café creating tempting sweets and more. The main counter features row upon row of beautifully crafted and colorful cakes and pastries. An à la carte menu packed with quality international delights including salads and pasta dishes has made The Peninsula Boutique & Café a popular choice for a casual lunch with colleagues or friends. Weather permitting, enjoy outside dining at The Peninsula Café at Maranouchi Naka Dori Avenue. For a special gift, take home a beautifully wrapped box of Peninsula hand-made chocolates, organic tea, or a bottle of premium wine.

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Kyoto Tsuruya

Kyoto Tsuruya at Peninsula Tokyo is sister to the famous, three Michelin Star Kyoto restaurant which, over the last century, has served diners from around the world intrigued by Kaiseki cuisine. The 500 year-old cuisines are regarded as one of the highest forms of traditional culinary art in Japan. Using only the freshest seasonal ingredients, taste, texture, appearance and color are balanced to create a presentation that pleases all the senses. Choose to sit at the stone top Tempura bar, another divine specialty of Kyoto Tsuruya, which wraps around the open kitchen allowing you a front row seat to watch skilled chefs preparing one of Japan's oldest and most loved cuisines.

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The Peninsula Spa

The Peninsula Spa embodies the spirit of Japan’s hip and sophisticated capital, from its ultra-modern design to treatments delivered with meticulous delicacy and refinement.

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Fitness Center

In time-strapped Tokyo it’s all about location, and The Peninsula Health Club offers a full range of world-class equipment and facilities in the heart of the city’s business district.

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The Pool

The crystal-clear water of The Peninsula Tokyo’s indoor heated swimming pool spans 20 meters, offering guests a serene environment in the heart of Tokyo’s business district.

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