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Okuma Garden, with an expansive 8.2 acres of greenery, extends south of the hotel

A luxury hotel with classic European elegance

World-renowned architect John Graham designed the classic interior of this hotel, a space that will almost make you think you’re in Europe. In the lobby, chandeliers glitter with elegance while in the lounge large windows offer expansive views of the greenery of Okuma Garden.

Guests rooms offer both luxury and relaxation

Depicted is a junior suite, a spacious 49㎡

In July 2014, to celebrate its 20th anniversary, the hotel renovated 123 guest rooms, retaining their existing European elegance while making changes to provide an even more comfortable experience for guests. There are two types of guest rooms, Deluxe on the 6th to 10th floors, and Executive on the 11th and 12th floors. Rooms offer views of either Okuma Garden or the hills of the Mejiro-dai neighborhood. Rooms facing either direction provide guests the opportunity to enjoy expansive views of Tokyo’s greenery. Junior suites, all of which have views looking south over Okuma Garden, enjoy plenty of crisp sunlight and are particularly popular.

Dining Ferio offers a variety of dining options

At Dining Ferio on the hotel’s first floor, guests can enjoy a variety of dining styles that change from morning to noon to evening and from weekdays to weekends. In the mornings, the restaurant serves salads made from the freshest vegetables as well as a buffet featuring over 60 varieties of Western and Japanese dishes. At weekday lunch, guests can choose their preferred main course and visit the lunch buffet for side dishes, and at dinner the restaurant offers prix fixe menus as well as a la carte dishes. On weekends, Dining Ferio offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner buffets.

The relaxing modern interior of Dining Ferio

Chinese cuisine with the finest of traditional flavors

The view of Okuma Garden from the spacious hotel interior

Guests can enjoy the finest flavors of traditional Chinese cuisine at Chinese Restaurant ROYAL RYUHO, an elegant setting with classic décor and stately mahogany walls. The restaurant offers authentic prix fixe menus with an abundance of fresh seafood and vegetables personally selected by the head chef, as well as an a la carte menu featuring plenty of artfully arranged dishes. In addition to ROYAL RYUHO, guests can also dine on exquisite Japanese cuisine at Japanese Restaurant Naniwa or enjoy a classical English atmosphere at the Cellar Bar.


Handmade sweets are a recommended gift item.

Special Features

The hotel sells handmade sweets made in-house, among other delicacies, at its patisserie shop, Melissa. Vibrantly colored macarons are particularly popular. Why not try a framboise, a confection made of homemade jam and cream, and coated with white chocolate and freeze-dried raspberries?

Money and payments: The hotel accepts foreign-issued credit cards, and there is an ATM in a nearby convenience store that accepts foreign cards.
Guests can exchange currencies at a bank near Takadanobaba Station, which is one subway station away from the hotel.

Security: The hotel has have in-room safes, and guests may leave valuables with the front desk for safekeeping.

Internet: The hotel provides wireless and LAN internet at no charge.

Language support: Hotel staff can speak English.

Laundry: The hotel provides laundry service.

Smoking: The hotel lobby is non-smoking, and non-smoking rooms are also available.

Hotel information

Rihga Royal Hotel Tokyo

Address:1-104-19 Totsuka-machi, Shinjuku-ku Postal code:169-8613

Access:A seven-minute walk from Waseda station on the Tokyo Metro Tozai line.
There is also a free shuttle bus that runs between the hotel and Takadanobaba station on the Japan Rail Yamanote line. Both Takadanobaba station and Waseda station have elevators.

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