On February 23, 2017, The Peninsula Tokyo was named a Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel, one of only three in the capital to receive the coveted ranking in the publisher’s annual announcement of the world’s finest properties. In addition, the hotel’s Peninsula Spa received Forbes Five-Star status for the third year in a row, one of only two in Tokyo.Read more
Each spring in Japan, the arrival of cherry blossoms is feted like no other natural phenomenon in the country. The short-lived beauty of the sakura flower captures the nation’s heart and spirit as early as February, when weather forecasters begin reporting on the northward progress of the blossom front to the extent of doing television close-ups of the buds as they bloom. Picnic plans are hatched as the best blossom-viewing “hanami” spots are reviewed and special foods, sweets and drinks featuring the delicate flower and its fruit appear on menus nationwide.Read more
The Year of the Rooster is ushered in with an exclusive suite upgrade offer, complimentary chauffeured “lucky ride” tours and authentic Chinese cuisine.Read more
The Peninsula Tokyo announced the appointment of two veteran hoteliers. Massimiliano Ziano will assume the position of Executive Chef on November 1, 2016, while Joseph Lee will take on the role of Executive Assistant Manager, Food and Beverage, effective November 7, 2016.Read more
As part of its global Peninsula in Pink breast cancer awareness month campaign, The Peninsula Hotels has partnered with the online auction house, Paddle8, for the sale of the iconic Nao Nao (挠挠) interactive artworks by Chen Man, China’s most acclaimed photographer and visual artist, to...Read more
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