Situated on the top six floors of the new 39-storey tower, the hotel will overlook the city of Tokyo and offer a panoramic view of the Imperial Palace.
The hotel will have 193 rooms and suites, with an interior that will be lit by natural light only during the day. The structure will also offer a 20-metre swimming pool, a spa, a reception area, as well as 2 restaurants and 2 bars.
The "Pigneto" restaurant will offer Italian cuisine inspired by the seasons, including a selection of Milanese aperitifs, and "l'Est" will feature the cuisine of Michelin-starred chef Guillaume Bracaval, combining French gastronomy with Japanese inspiration. Concerning the bars, the hotel will have the "Virtù" where the barman will use Japanese techniques to integrate old French spirits and rare cognacs, and the "Lounge" where salads and pastries will be offered, accompanied by a cup of tea.
Jean-Michel Gathy's challenge for this project was to combine authentic Japanese elements, respecting the culture, traditions and heritage of Japan, while adding elements of the Four Seasons brand.
DesignerJean-Michel Gathy said :
The cultural diversity of the country inspired me to create a contemporary expression of traditional values for this project without arrogance or a sense of inferiority.
Our aim is to ignite the feeling of a home away from home with a welcoming, warm and friendly atmosphere in the most dynamic city.