Aoyama Nomura Design's Ryu Kosaka designs interiors of Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo

Marriott International and Prince Hotels of Japan announced that The Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo becomes Japan’s first Autograph Collection hotel with the re-opening of the newly renovated hotel.

The Autograph Collection is an upscale portfolio of independent hotels, falling under such categories as Urban Excitement, Indulgent Escape, Culinary Delight, Artistic Getaway and Historic Exploration.

Originally opened in 1998, the 288-room Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo has gone through a renovation under the direction of interior designer Ryu Kosaka of Aoyama Nomura Design. All of the hotel’s rooms, lobby area, restaurants and other areas were designed to blend the spaces with the seasonal landscapes of the hotel’s Japanese garden.

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Room options include the 496-square-foot Deluxe Rooms, 570-square-foot Premier rooms and the 924-square-foot Shakura Suite. All rooms have separate bathtub and showe, bidet toilet seat, and complimentary Internet connection.

The property is eyeing the MICE market, with a conference floor that has 20 meeting rooms. The layout of the meeting rooms can be flexibly customized according to function.  Advanced equipment, including simultaneous interpretation facility for international conferences, is available. 

For dining, the property has Takanawa Shichiken-Jaya, which has six counters - named I's Dining - where different cuisines can be enjoyed for each counter. The venue can seat 131 persons, and it has one private room.

The Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo also boasts a Japanese garden of approximately five acres, with more than 200 cherry blossom trees.

The hotel is located near Tokyo’s Shinagawa station.

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