When it comes to luxury hotels, Tokyo has always been in a class by itself. So when Wayne Kask checked into the new Bellustar Tokyo, he expected a one-of-a-kind experience.
And that’s exactly what he got.
The Bellustar, which opened late this spring, occupies the top floors of a high-rise in hyper-busy Shinjuku, Tokyo’s iconic entertainment quarter.
“It’s the epitome of luxury,” says Kask, a purchasing manager for a grocery store in Excelsior, Minn. “It blends Japanese traditions with modern opulence. And the view from their panoramic windows? Let’s just say Tokyo has never looked so mesmerizing.”
after Japan’s borders reopened a year ago.
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