Park Hyatt Tokyo was the first luxury hotel in Japan and was built by world-renowned, Pritzker-Prize Winning Japanese architect, the late Kenzo Tange. American interior designer, John Morford, conceptualized the combination of steel, glass, wood, geometry, art and Zen in a modernist décor, making it a timeless, state of the art hotel in design. The film, “Lost in Translation” was also filmed there and is another key reason for the hotel’s popularity. Those with first-class expectations will find Park Hyatt Tokyo to be an ideal wedding venue with the exceptional food and service, wedding cake creations, floral arrangements and most importantly, a team of experienced wedding planners to guide the couples every step of the way. The hotel is equipped with a wedding chapel and three function rooms which can accommodate grand style wedding receptions to intimate gatherings. The hotel restaurant and bar outlets are also available to reserve for cocktails after the reception. A wedding planner is assigned to each bride and groom-to- be, to consult with as many times as they are needed, to design the perfect luxury wedding. English-speaking services are on hand that are flexible to accommodate international couples living overseas and to cater for their family members and the invited guests. The fully tailor-made wedding process includes meetings with the event planner, Executive Chef, florist and photographer to decide on every aspect of the wedding in order to create a refined, unforgettable celebratory event.
Whether you dream of an intimate family gathering or a grand ballroom affair adorned with brilliant flower arrangements and candlelit tables, Hyatt Regency has long been regarded as one of the finest Tokyo wedding venues. Wedding Ceremony A once-in-a-lifetime ceremony calls for the perfect venue. Hyatt Regency Tokyo is delighted to offer our wedding facilities conveniently located in the hotel including our refined chapel and traditional Shinto Ceremony Room. Wedding Banquet Our flexible banquet and function rooms cater to your exact needs . For those seeking panoramic views of the city, we offer two sky banquet rooms located on our penthouse floors. Wedding Cake Our talented Patissiers are here to provide whatever the bride and groom desire for their perfect wedding cake. Cuisine We offer a wide array of French, French-Japanese, Chinese and made-to-order menus. Chef's Specialities offered by our top chefs are also available. Wedding Dress The hotel’s Bridal Boutique has a prized collection of over 100 bridal themed dresses from top designer brands and exclusive new gowns. Our Bridal Coordinator will assist in custom-designing every intricate detail to best suit your every desire. Floral Arrangements Our team of Flower Coordinators can source your favorite flower in season and add a designer’s touch. Original bridal bouquets are available for your selection. Photo Studio Photo Studio (SATO PHOTO CO., LTD.), provides professional photographic services for wedding albums you can forever treasure.
The Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo is the ideal location to explore the delights of the city of Tokyo. Only minutes away from the most popular shopping and entertainment spots, our luxury hotel provides stunning views over central Tokyo. A cozy bed, a good meal, friendly faces…. these are just some of the comforts that you seek after stepping inside the hotel door. The Keio Plaza Hotel offers a wide variety of home-away-from-home hospitality, with 1,438 guest rooms to choose from to accommodate your every need. After hours, you can continue to work at a fully equipped business center or from the warmth of your room, which conveniently offers 24-hour complimentary high-speed Internet access. Located in Shinjuku, in the very heart of the Tokyo metropolis, the Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo extends top rated services and facilities, features that guests come to expect of a world class hotel.
The sweeping vista below your window is simply breathtaking. You find yourself in harmony with the tranquility that surrounds you. In this metropolitan city, sublime heritage co-exists with modern wonders. This is where business and pleasure intertwine, and you are glad to be staying at Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo. When you first arrived by the Shinkansen bullet train at Tokyo Station, an attentive hotel staff in red uniform had greeted you at the arrival platform. Her graciousness as she escorted you to the nearby hotel remains in your thoughts. Today, you stroll out to explore the city. The Imperial Palace and Ginza shopping district are a mere 10-minute walk away. Be it shopping or getting to your next business meeting, everything is a breeze. In fact, the bullet trains offer you direct connections to most parts of the country. Besides an ideal location, the hotel's staff also anticipate your every need so that you can get more things done. They know that time is opportunity. When you return after a successful day in the city, the enchantment begins all over again.
Located in the world-famous Ginza District on Tokyo's premier Showa-Dori Avenue, the Courtyard by Marriott Tokyo Ginza Hotel is surrounded by shopping, commercial, sightseeing and cultural attractions of Japan's capital. At the doorstep is Ginza's exciting shopping and entertainment scene. HIGHLIGHTS Convenient and central location with cozy atmosphere, comfortable hotel. 2-min walk from Higashi Ginza Subway Station and 5-mins walk from Ginza Subway Station. Walking distance to the world's famous Tsukiji Fish Market
At Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo you can celebrate your marriage vows in our spacious verdant garden and woods – right in the center of Tokyo. More weddings take place at our hotel than any other site in Japan. It is every girl’s dream to be married at Chinzanso, and we can help you make that dream come true, whether your wedding will be a small one for family and a few friends or a large one with several hundred guests. We can accommodate any religion. You can hold a Western-style wedding ceremony in the chapel, a traditional Japanese-style ceremony in the solemn shrine, or use one of our many banquet facilities or say your vows in the garden. We arrange our wedding dinners with creative and elegant cuisine tailored to the taste of each couple. Our photo studio, makeup artists, hair stylists, and 3 in-house florists will help make your wedding day very special. Whatever the wedding venue, from an intimate banquet in one of our traditional Japanese restaurants, to an elegant European-style buffet with an outdoor terrace, to a chandelier-bedecked grand reception and banquet, we provide you with beautiful and elegant surroundings to make your wedding memorable. The historic spacious Chinzanso Garden offers almost limitless opportunities for beautiful photographs. We will assist you from planning to execution. We offer an extensive array of plans to choose from, or we can design a customized plan just for you. Please contact the hotel for details.
A friendly face greets you upon arrival at Tokyo Station, leading you through the bustling crowds to our intimate boutique Hotel tucked away in the heart of Marunochi central business district at Pacific Century Place. Whether you’re here for work or just eager to explore the many wonders of our Japanese capital, let one of our 57 rooms be the quiet haven you need after a busy day. Be sure to meet us at MOTIF Restaurant and Bar to taste artfully prepared French cuisine, served from early morning until midnight.
Tokyo, Japanâ€™s bustling capital offers a range of venues, wedding services and photoshoot spots such as Mt. Fuji and parks with beautiful cherry blossoms. Having your wedding photo taken in Tokyo is the perfect way to memorize the most blissful moment in your life.
The largest metropolis of Japan, Tokyo is the hub of transportation, government, industrial, economic, financial and cultural activity. The cosmopolitan city is the world’s most populous metropolitan and the seat of the Japanese emperor and government. Tokyo officially became the capital after Emperor Meiji shifted his seat from old capital Kyoto to Tokyo.
Traditionally, Japanese wedding foods are served on low, individual tray tables called zen. The banquet is called shichi-go-san zen (“seven-five-three meal”). To begin, seven dishes are served, followed by five dishes and finally ending with three dishes. Each course is served on a zen set to those participating in the celebration. It is also believed that the numbers of dishes that are served at any Japanese wedding are usually odd numbers, a belief that this shall not divide the couple. Here are some traditional Japanese wedding foods: Sekihan, a red azuki beans rice, which is red in color as a symbol of celebration and happy occasions. It is often served with gomashio, a mixture of some toasted sesame seeds along with salt. Kombu or Kelp, made from broccoli, squashes, fresh ginger, garlic, mushrooms, Kombu and carrots. It is a very delicate seafood flavored clear soup that is a must during weddings. This soup is usually served with medium sized tofu, some sesame seeds and sliced green onions. Kazunoko is a symbol of fertility in Japan, which is the main reason why this dish is served in traditional Japanese weddings. In the Japanese language Kazunoko refers to herring roe. It is salted herring roe that has been marinated in seasoned Dashi. Dashi is a Japanese stock or broth, and it is a fundamental ingredient in many Japanese dishes, made from Kombu (dried kelp). Datemaki is a Japanese rolled omelet that is loved during weddings. It is made from dashi soup stock and hanpen, which is white fish cake. Japanese sushi cakes - Weddings are said to be incomplete, until there is a wedding cake. This is made from smoked salmon, sushi rice, eggs along with other ingredients. There is no particular style for making this cake and you can even put in your own creative ideas to make this cake enjoyable. This cake forms the highlight menu item of all Japanese weddings. Daifuku is a traditional sweet that is served in Japanese weddings; it is a popular Japanese mochi cake and is served along with green tea to the guests. Those who wish to bring a variation can do this by changing the cake’s filling. This sweet is a symbol of sharing happiness with friends and relatives on the auspicious occasion along with the bride and the groom. The traditional drink is ama-zake, a sweet, thick beige beverage. It is usually made from kome koji, the fermented rice used to make sake. Since it is only fermented for a day, the sugar does not turn into alcohol, so that the old and the young can all enjoy this festive drink.
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