HBA designs Four Seasons Kyoto, Japan

Four Seasons Kyoto

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.

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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.

Four Seasons Kyoto

Four Seasons Kyoto

Four Seasons Kyoto

Four Seasons Kyoto

Four Seasons Kyoto

Four Seasons Kyoto

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