Symbol of Japanese elegance and refinement, Geisha who were still around 80,000 in 1920 are now estimated to be only between 1,000 and 2,000 in the whole country. The Capitol Tokyu can manage to book you one private dining with the last ones, don't miss this Chance.
The Hotel of The Beatles
This beautiful palace is located at just a step from the Imperial Palace in the center of Tokyo. All luxury standards are completely excelled here so guests can expect to be treated with the greatest Japanese hospitality and to literally find everything they would like to have. No wonder why international celebrities like The Beatles or Michael Jackson used to stay here when visiting Japan.
Each room is a blend between modern sobriety and ancestral Japanese architectural knowledge, ideal for relaxation. From their room, guests can admire an outstanding panorama on Tokyo cityscape with the National Diet or the garden of Hie Shrine below.
In addition, The Capitol is composed of high-end restaurants, meeting rooms with a bar, lounge, pastry shop, heavenly spa, fitness club, photo studio, flower shop and well more. For more information, feel free to have a look here.
Sumptuous Restaurant with three centuries of History
Akasaka Asada was established in 1659 and take its roots in the exquisite Kaga cuisine from Kanazawa. They aim to reproduce as accurately as possible genuine tastes from this remote region and they exclusively use ingredients carefully selected from there to realize it,
This is why a culinary experience at Akasaka Asada is incomparable to none in Tokyo. Far from simple gastronomic pleasure, it is more like a short journey through time to discover a new part of an authentic Japan which stay untouched since the Edo area.
Meet the Last Geisha
Thanks to The Capitol Tokyu, guests who are interested in Japanese culture can now enjoy one exclusive dining accompanied by geisha.
The evening usually starts with a pleasant conversation between guests and the geisha, before to switch on some delicate meals of Kaga cuisine. Then, the geisha will perform several dances and sing to entertain their guests. It’s a once in lifetime opportunity to listen to mesmerizing shamisen and try traditional games with entertainers coming straight from noble Japanese history.