When visiting Tokyo, it’s key to book a luxurious hotel that feels like a serene retreat removed from the crowds. After all, Japan’s sprawling capital is populated by 37 million people, making it the single largest city in the world.
From the moment guests enter the lobby of the Mandarin Oriental Tokyo, on the 38th floor of the Nihonbashi Mitsui Tower, the serenity of the space and the breathtaking bird’s eye views of the Tokyo skyline and Mt. Fuji make them feel instantly transported above the bustling streets and sidewalks.
That sense of tranquility is a thread that runs through every aspect of the luxury hotel’s
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