Four Seasons is scheduled to open Four Seasons Kyoto in Japan this Oct. 15. Designed by HBA, the property will also include 57 residences, designed in a traditional yet contemporary style, and four onsite eateries, including a sushi restaurant, brasserie, lounge and garden teahouse.
Located in the former capital city of the Japanese Emperor, Kyoto, the property will have 123 rooms and 57 residences. Set within a traditional Japanese garden (shakusuien ikeniwa) dating back from the 12th-century, the property will have four F&B outlets: a brasserie, a traditional sushi shop (seating a maximum of 10 people), a lounge with a view of the garden, and a traditional Japanese tea room.
The property will also have 570 square meters (over 6,135 square feet) of meeting space, an indoor swimming pool, a wedding chapel and a spa area.
When in the property, panoramic views will showcase the nearby Kiyomizu-dera Temple, as well as the hotel’s own five-acre pond and garden.
When the property opens, it will be the brand's second address in Japan.