The Tokyo EDITION, Ginza

Subtle sophistication in the social center

On a side street just off Chuo Dori, one of Tokyo’s most renowned shopping and leisure streets, you’ll find The Tokyo EDITION, Ginza. With pristine white rooms, lavishly appointed public spaces and a congenial atmosphere, the Ian Schrager- and Kengo Kuma-crafted boutique property offers elements reflecting the glamour of the area while simultaneously nodding to the West.

Sitting in the midst of a shopping lover’s paradise and Japanese cultural hub, The Tokyo EDITION, Ginza is somehow still simultaneously a haven of calm, fine food and one of the city’s most extraordinary bars. This magnificent mix makes the hotel an ideal stay for families, businesspeople, partiers, couples or anyone else longing for style and serenity.
Our Inspector's Highlights

  • The penthouse — the 1,237-square-foot space is equipped with a kitchen, Dyson appliances, a full dining area and much more — is something to behold. Furnished in white and dark woods with fresh flowers, the suite is one of the most beautiful in the city.
  • No matter the level of room you reserve, all the spaces feel warm. We don’t know if that’s because of the walnut hardwood floors, faux fur throws, exquisite robes or some cozy combination of it all.
  • All guests are able to make an appointment to use the extensive spa and fitness facilities at sister property The Tokyo EDITION, Toranomon, which is about 15 minutes away.
  • Amenities at The Tokyo EDITION, Ginza are by Le Labo, the New York-born vegan perfumery that even created an exclusive scent, Black Tea, for the luxury hotel’s products and ambient scent.
  • It’s not easy to find a family-friendly hotel of such a standard as The Tokyo EDITION, Ginza, but rooms here are big enough to comfortably fit in kids and onsite restaurant Sophie at EDITION happily caters to diners of all ages.

The Restaurants and Bars

  • Punch Room on the second floor is the only one of its kind in Tokyo. Climb the iconic staircase from the lobby to a funky lounge with a 1970s mansion vibe — colorful sofas, a golden bar, the whole nine. And with a name like Punch Room, it’s great that its extensive punch cocktail menu doesn’t disappoint. Made in front of you in a traditional punch bowl, the libations contain some of the best local and imported ingredients, including French champagne, Okinawan fruits and whiskey. DJs play into the night on weekends and the party can spill from the bar into the lobby.
  • Sophie at EDITION is the hotel’s signature restaurant. Clean and bright with plush green chairs and filled with greenery, the modern French brasserie prides itself on its usage of local ingredients. Dishes are served family-style with lots of vegetables and Japan’s finest meat and fish.
  • Don’t miss the outstanding desserts at Sophie at EDITION. The creme caramel is a rich pudding made from local organic eggs while the strawberry shortcake is a decadent twist on a Japanese classic. Be forewarned: one slice of the latter will easily feed four people.
  • Escape the city amid lush vertical fern gardens and olive trees at The Roof, Ginza’s first rooftop bar serving natural wine. Sip biodynamic champagnes, rare orange wines and cocktails like the Sour Plum Negroni (featuring ume plum wine, Haku vodka, blood orange tea and vermouth) while looking out at Tokyo Tower.
  • The golden and gorgeous Lobby Bar provides welcome drinks to guests and serves as the perfect little hideaway for locals looking for a cocktail and a posh place for a conversation.

24-hour room service
Getting There
2-8-13 Ginza, Chuo-Ku, Tokyo, Japan 104-0061
HND (18-24 min)   NRT (55 min-1 hr 10 min)  
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