【Hoshinoya Tokyo】”Summer Evening: Noryo Boat Asobi”, a luxurious event in which guests enjoy champagne and seasonal snacks on a chartered boat while gazing at the night view of Tokyo.


Hoshinoya Tokyo, a Japanese-style inn in Otemachi, Tokyo, will hold “Summer Evening: Noryo Boat Asobi” from May 28 to August 28, 2024, where guests can enjoy champagne and seasonal snacks while enjoying the view of Tokyo on a summer evening.

Champagne and seasonal snacks on board

Enjoy the ever-changing view of Tokyo with a glass of chilled Champagne and seasonal snacks. Flavorful and powerful, Champagne enhances the delicious flavors of meats and summer vegetables.

Special seats on the boat for cooler weather

The open-air special seating features cool-to-the-eyes set-ups such as icicle coolers and Edo wind chimes, allowing guests to relax in their special seats and enjoy the view of Tokyo in an elegant way.

Bathing before boarding and dressing in a yukata

Preparation for cooling off begins before getting on the boat.
By soaking in the menthol bath before boarding, you can enjoy the cooling sensation of the menthol, and the breeze on board will feel cooler.
Tailored from thin cotton fabric, yukata are highly breathable and do not stick to sweaty skin, making them comfortable even in summer.

'Summer Evening, Noryo Boat Aspiration' Overview.

Period: 28 May-28 August 2024.
Hours: 18:05-19:50 (of which boarding time is 75 minutes).
Charge: 1 person ¥135,900; 2 persons ¥147,300; 3 persons ¥161,200; 4 persons ¥172,600.
(incl. tax and service charge) *Accommodation is not included.
What’s included: Charter boat, champagne, nibbles, thin water bath, rental yukata dressing.



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