"Superbly located in the prestigious business district of Marunouchi, The Peninsula Tokyo offers commanding city views and luxurious comfort."

The Peninsula enjoys a prime position opposite the Imperial Palace and Hibiya Park, and is just minutes walk away from the shopping capital of Ginza.

Sophisticated facilities, extraordinary dining options and the legendary Peninsula service all combine to provide an exquisite, luxury hotel experience in the heart of Tokyo. The hotel is stunning, featuring almost 1,000 pieces of artwork and breathtaking designs including an iconic crystal LED chandelier. 

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The Peninsula guestrooms are among the largest and most technologically advanced in Tokyo with unparalleled views of the city, the Imperial Palace Gardens and Hibiya Park. Renowned interior designer, Yukio Hashimoto, intertwines rich earth tone colours, woods, lacquer, marble and stone with design and functionality to create a luxurious living environment described as 'international in design, but Japanese by inspiration.'


Revitalise your mind, body and spirit and immerse yourself in refined holistic treatments inspired by Oriental, Ayurvedic and European philosophies at the chic Peninsula Spa. Dive into the 20 metre indoor heated pool with views of the Imperial Palace Gardens and Hibiya Park, or make the most of the Fitness Centre’s cutting-edge equipment and expert personal trainers.

  • Indoor pool
  • Fitness centre
  • Spa
  • Business facilities
  • Chapel
  • Classes
  • Chauffeur service


From classic to contemporary, The Peninsula Tokyo offers guests a worldly selection of dining options from the celebrated Peninsula Afternoon Tea in The Lobby and casual continental fare at The Peninsula Boutique & Café, to refined Cantonese cuisine at Hei Fung Terrace and the centuries-old art of Kaiseki at Kyoto Tsuruya. The Peninsula also takes hotel dining to new heights with its skyscraping options – accessible only by a custom express elevator are Peter: The Bar and its adjacent Peter, offering delectable grilled fare and world-class cocktails.


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Tokyo’s traditional seasonal weather sees favourable conditions for most of the year, with fairly high daytime temperatures even through the winter months. Temperatures soar in the summer, and the rainy season of June and the typhoon season of September bring abundant rainfall and a humid, muggy atmosphere. The best time to visit Tokyo is in autumn, from late September to November, when days are pleasant and skies are clear.

Weather information for
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Rain 43MM 58MM 94MM 119MM 132MM 181MM 128MM 147MM 181MM 158MM 84MM 44MM


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