With flame-bright autumnal trees and hot springs bubbling under snow-capped mountains, Tokyo and Kyoto are abundant with seasonal gifts. Shop along tree-lined avenues and sample the best of winter cuisine – from Michelin-starred restaurants to authentic chanko-nabe hot pots cooked by ex-Sumo wrestlers. Travel between the two centres in just over two hours on the world-famous Shinkansen bullet train and enjoy views of Mount Fuji along the way – with the added reassurance of Four Seasons platform-to-platform service.
Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi
- See the coolest parts of Japan’s buzzing capital before retreating to one of 57 rooms, including 9 suites, in our hideaway adjacent to Tokyo station. Marvel at 150 gingko trees in autumn splendour on Ginkgo Avenue in Meiji Jingu Gaien: one of many hidden natural treasures, only a 10-minute train ride from Kyobashi station. Then, discover a city ablaze with seasonal lights that transform the world-class shopping of Roppongi Hills’ Keyakizaka Street and Omotesando from November. And no winter trip to Tokyo would be complete without a bowl of steaming noodles in one of the city’s famous ramen restaurants or a traditional chanko-nabe hot pot, the go-to food for Sumo wrestlers.
- offer valid for: Feb 25 2021 – Jun 30 2021
- Reservation must be made at least 7 days in advance
- 15% off our Room Rate
- Daily breakfast served through In-Room Dining for two adults and two children 18 years of age and under staying in the same room as their parents
- Children's welcome amenity on arrival
- Self parking
- 20% off treatments in the Spa
Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Otemachi
- Spread across the top floors of a landmark 39-storey tower, Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Otemachi offers next-generation luxury lifestyle experiences in the sky. Soaring above the heart of the capital and offering expansive Imperial Palace views, Four Seasons puts you at centre stage, from sky-high gourmet meals on the rooftop terrace to gala business and social events at Tokyo’s best address. Our engaging team offers highly personalized service, enabling us to open doors to little-known local experiences that connect each of our guests to the true spirit of Tokyo.
Four Seasons Hotel Kyoto
- Each autumn sees the night lit up around the tranquil temples in the Higashiyama district, Four Seasons Hotel Kyoto’s home. As the lights reflect in its still waters, the Hotel’s 800-year-old Shakusui-en pond garden is one of the city’s most atmospheric spots to relax with a glass of Sake or Champagne. Wake up early – in one of 180 guest rooms, including 57 Hotel Residences and 13 Suites – to witness the photogenic wonder of a frost-covered shrine. Then discover what makes Kyoto Japan’s gourmet capital with a taste of Shojin cuisine with seasonal Kyoto vegetables or Hot Tofu in one of the city’s 100 Michelin-starred restaurants.