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In a city where space is the ultimate luxury, this property dazzles at first sight with its massive garden lobby done up with glowing shoji screens. The calm oasis in the busy Otemachi financial district is also a quick walk from the Imperial Palace and Tokyo Station.

Number of rooms 84.

What we loved Relaxing in the spa, where treatments begin with an herb-and-sea-salt footbath and breathing exercises, followed by a steam.

Order Executive chef Masakazu Hiraki’s refined dishes that mix Japanese ingredients and Italian techniques, like the grilled Wagyu sirloin topped with the traditional Piedmontese parsley-and-anchovy green sauce, bagnet verd.