[Hotel Gajoen Tokyo] Enjoy an elegant summer in a cool yukata. Yukata Plan” available for a limited time only.

2024.05.27

A package including a yukata, dressing gown, fan with an original design featuring artwork from the hotel and a meal in the restaurant will be available from 17 June 2024 (Monday). You can also take your yukata home with you.

In addition to wearing a yukata and dining in the restaurant, this plan includes admission at a preferential rate to a special exhibition in the hotel’s Hyakudan Staircase, a Tokyo Metropolitan Government-designated Tangible Cultural Property that has been housed in the hotel since 1935. You can choose your own coordinated combination of yukata, obi, geta and bag, and our dedicated staff will dress you in it. For dining, you can choose from five different restaurants.

There are many places in the hotel where you can feel cool, such as the stream running through the building, the waterfall in the garden, and the riverside wet veranda in the restaurant, giving you an extraordinary feeling of forgetting you are in the city centre. We also recommend the special exhibition at the Hyakudan Staircase, a tangible cultural property designated by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, and the Japanese paintings and arts and crafts decorating the public areas, which look even better in yukata.

With above normal summer temperatures predicted, we hope you will enjoy a luxurious stay at Hotel Gajoen Tokyo in the cool of summer and experience Japanese traditions.

'Yukata Plan' overview.

Period: 17 June (Mon) – 30 September (Mon), 2024
Contents: Meal / Yukata set (yukata can be taken home) / Original fan / Dressing gown.
Special exhibition tickets for the “Hyakudan Staircase”, a Tangible Cultural Property designated by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government (50% off the regular price).
Charges: Lunch from 15,500 yen / Tea from 15,500 yen / Dinner from 18,000 yen *All prices include tax.

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The Hundred Steps Staircase, a tangible cultural property designated by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government.

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