Hotel Chinzanso Emerges in Place of Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo


The much awaited debut of Hotel Chinzanso took place with the start of the new year. On January 1, Fujita Kanko reflagged its iconic property, after 20 years operating as the Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Chinzan-so.

The hotel has 260 rooms and suites; 12 restaurants; and 36 meeting and banquet rooms. Yu, The Spa is also available for guests.

Hospitality company Fujita Kanko is pouring $90 million into the hotel of the next three years, which will produce Serenity Garden (a rooftop event space) and Cafe Foresta (an open-kitchen cafe).

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