Hotel Claska

Tokyo’s only true boutique hotel, Claska was originally built in the 1970s and then refurbished in 2003 as a design hotel. The hotel has only 12 rooms (9 Western and 3 Japanese style), each filled with handcrafted furniture and low-key Japanese touches. No two rooms are the same: one has an attached terrace, another a view from the bathroom. The first floor restaurant has its own party space, while the second floor gallery showcases recent contemporary artworks.

The hotel’s restaurant Kiokuh combines seasonal Japanese cuisine and contemporary design to create a dining experience that is pleasing to all five senses.