Every year, through February and March, the Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo celebrates the Hina-matsuri festival, a time when families pray for the health and growth of their daughters. Thousands of handmade hanging silk doll which are said to trap evil spirits and bring girls good luck are showcased. The exhibition this year also has a special corner highlighting the history and tradition of Japanese incense culture. They are sure to delight everyone who sees them.
The hotel's restaurants are also doing something special for the Hina-matsuri festival, with menus offering colorful and exquisite dishes that highlight seasonal ingredients.
During the festival, guests have a chance to make their own incense pouches at workshops.
Our Ikebana experience, which had been offered to our staying guests, is now offered to our non-staying guests (with fee)!
You may learn about the insight of “Ikebana” from one of the most prominent Ikebana artists, Hiroki Maeno, in a quiet private room. Come try making your own masterpiece!
*Both staying and non-staying guests are welcomed!
Starting from June 13th, Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo allows you to experience the comfort and style of wearing yukata for a day. Japan's casual kimono, yukata, is worn by both men and women, especially during the summer months.
The beautiful traditional Japanese wedding Kimono is usually only available to brides holding a Japanese wedding ceremony in Japan. Try this luxurious and unique experience to make your Japan trip
even more memorable!!
* Advanced reservation is needed.
* This special experience is only available for hotel guests.
Are you interested in Japanese tea ceremony?
This is a good opportunity for you to find out the art of Japanese tea. Tea ceremony demonstrations will be held at our traditional tea room "Sho-fu-an," offering a tranquil atmosphere and be available to both staying guests and visitors. Soak in this Japanese tradition while you are in the hotel.
Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo will be hosting Japanese harp (KOTO 筝) recitals in the main lobby. Be sure not to miss out on this unforgettable celebration of one of Japan's most dearly loved traditions!
The KOTO is a traditional Japanese instrument made from kiri wood and has 13 strings. The origin of the KOTO began in China and was imported to Japan in the 8th century. In the early days, the KOTO was only played by royalty. During the Edo period (1603-1868), the KOTO spread among the upper class society and eventually to the middle class. Today, the KOTO has become one of the most popular Japanese instruments.
We're offering various stay packages including Club Floor stay and Stay Longer Save More package.
Hirochika Midorikawa, Honorary Executive Chef, is the first Japanese chef to receive the prestigious French cuisine chef prize. Guests and visitors at the Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo have two special opportunities to experience firsthand Chef Midorikawa's time-honored, finely honed approach to French cuisine.
Hot pot dish called nabe is one of Japan's most cherished cooking styles, especially in times of cold weather. Enjoy a warmly simmering pot at the center, full of fish, meats, vegetables, and other items
You can enjoy meny types of Japanese food experiences within the hotel.
Keio Plaza Hotel is proud to introduce our original hotel rooms decorated with the globally loved Hello Kitty! Two different HELLO KITTY theme rooms are available. Immerse yourself in Princess Kitty's private space or surround yourself with Kitty and her friends in a pop atmosphere of Kitty Town room.
Enjoy a world of dreams with HELLO KITTY!