Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo is located on the 45th floor of the Midtown Tower, Tokyo’s tallest building. One of the premier luxury hotels in the cosmopolitan city, the five-star luxury hotel occupies the top nine floors and the first three levels of the 53-story tower in the Roppongi District. Let us take a sneak peek inside the hotel’s recently introduced Modern Japanese Suite.Blending traditional Japanese design with a chic, contemporary aesthetic, the luxury hotel suite embodies a modern interpretation of Japanese-style living in sleek, Tokyo fashion. The fresh interiors of the Modern Japanese Suite feature contemporary Japanese touches all throughout.Asia-based Design Studio Spin is the brain behind the concept that focuses on Tokyo skyline. Boasting horizontal lines, the design is harmonized with generous expansive windows which gives an illusion that the skyline is an extension of the suite. Touches of the traditional Sukiya-style, a Japanese architecture fashion originated from a tea room, is seen in form of tatami floors and plain wood pillars and ceilings. The hotel suite also welcomes with a black futon-style bed frame with a wood and leather platform, designed to give an impression of the bed floating amongst the clouds.
The Modern Japanese Suite spreads out to accommodate an intimate dining room and a stylish living room, as well as a high-definition, seventy-inch television, which swivels and serves as a divider between the bedroom and living room. Traditional floral-painted sliding fusuma paper doors, hand-crafted bud vase and foliage on hand-crafted washi paper render a peaceful ambience to this suite.
To commemorate the new suite, The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo has unveiled a ‘Spirit of Tokyo’ package that has been conceived to inspire guests to discover the beauty of Japan’s capital.