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Japan’s first female-designed skyscraper boasts five ultra-luxury penthouse suites

Inspired by the former water fountain of Kani-gawa and by the Buddist goddess of water, Tokyo’s newest hotel has breathtaking floor-to-ceiling views overlooking the city skyline.

Designed by Yuko Nagayama & Associates and located on the upper floors of the 48-storey Tokyu Kabukicho Tower, BELLUSTAR TOKYO is the first skyscraper designed by a woman in Japan. The Pan Pacific Hotel features 97 rooms and boasts just five ultra-luxurious one-bedroom penthouse suites on the 45th to 47th floor.

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Lavish interiors and exclusive access

The hotel features lavish designs by renowned interior designer Keiji Ashizawa, in partnership with award-winning Norm Architects who are renowned for plush and elegant furnishings. The largest Sky Villa penthouse on the 47th floor features a spa treatment room, kitchen and jacuzzi that overlooks the panoramic views of the skyline. The penthouse suites feature a spacious living room and a sophisticated kitchen and bar – perfect for evening cocktails in the privacy of your own space.

A 24/7 personal butler service is available on request and for an in-room fine dining experience, a private chef is available to create a curated menu for penthouse guests. Plus, for those staying in a penthouse, you’ll receive exclusive access to the Penthouse Lounge. Located on the 46th floor, it’s perfect for private meetings, gatherings, and relaxing afternoon teas.

Culinary experiences

For a bespoke culinary experience, the modern French Restaurant Bellustar offers the finest French cuisine made with the freshest ingredients sourced from all over Japan. While Bar Bellustar features a wide range of liqueur, wine, sake, mocktails, and cocktails, perfect for an evening apéritif.

If you’re looking to relish in the finest Wagyu beef, be sure to dine at Teppan Ten-yu, a Teppanyaki restaurant located on the 45th floor. Or for the freshest sushi, indulge in authentic Edomae-style sushi at Sushi JIN-È. It also features breathtaking views overlooking the picturesque view of Mt. Fuji and Tokyo city.


Tokyo hotel opening

Pan Pacific Hotels Group has also announced the opening of HOTEL GROOVE SHINJUKU, A PARKROYAL Hotel in the heart of the vibrant district of Shinjuku. Featuring an eclectic blend of unique art and music, it’s inspired by the local district and is set to offer travellers a modern stay.

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