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The hotel has both a main building and an annex. This photo depicts the annex.

A budget-friendly hotel run by tour operator Hato Bus

The Ginza Capital Hotel is within walking distance of Tsukiji Market and the Ginza area and is particularly popular with overseas guests. At the hotel’s reception desk, guests can book guided Hato Bus tours to popular sightseeing spots in Tokyo. Hato Bus is a major tour operator in Tokyo offering guided tours in English and other languages of the city and surrounding areas.

Spotless and relaxing guest rooms

A superior twin room in the annex building.

The hotel offers a variety of guest rooms. The main building offers single and twin rooms and the annex, which was fully renovated in June 2013, offers single, twin, double, and ladies’ rooms. Rooms in the annex are equipped with Simmons beds and floral fragrances. Except for semi-double rooms, all rooms in the annex have newly-installed modular bathrooms, and the number of superior single rooms increased after renovations.

Buffet breakfast with more than 30 different dishes

The hotel offers a buffet breakfast in the Iris Restaurant, on the first floor of the annex building, with more than 30 different Japanese and Western dishes. Chefs prepare the breakfast menu using grilled fish and fresh vegetables sourced from Tsukiji Market. To ensure that business travelers can enjoy the morning buffet, breakfast is served from 6:30am. The hotel also offers Japanese- or Western-style set breakfast menus in its main building. The popular Japanese restaurant Wadokoro Irifune in the annex is a recommended option for lunch or dinner. Wadokoro Irifune serves sushi, set meals, and rice bowls for lunch, and kaiseki-style prix fixe menus, among other options, for dinner. All hotel restaurants provide English menus.

Breakfast also includes coffee and other drinks.

Friendly service provided by staff from all over the world

Hotel staff provide meticulous service attuned to the needs of foreign guests.

Ginza Capital Hotel staff come from all over the world, and are happy to help foreign guests. Overseas travelers will appreciate the staff’s ability to speak Italian, Russian, Nepalese, Chinese, and Korean. Staff who are foreigners in Japan themselves are able to see the country’s attractions from a visitor’s perspective and offer tailored recommendations for what to see and do. Feel free to ask for their assistance at any time. (However, there are times when staff who speak foreign languages other than English may not be on duty).


Dining options include an abundance of elegant cuisine using the freshest ingredients.

Special Features

The hotel offers a private party menu prepared by a chef with experience cooking for government dignitaries. Party facilities are in the hotel’s annex and can accommodate up to 10 diners using a private room, or up to 80 people for stand-up dinner parties. Private parties are not limited to hotel guests but can be booked by the general public.

Money and payments: The hotel cannot accept foreign-issued credit cards, but there is an ATM nearby that accepts foreign cards. Guests may also exchange foreign currency at a nearby bank.

Internet access: The hotel offers free Wi-Fi and LAN internet.

Security: Guests may leave valuables with the front desk for safekeeping.

Laundry: The hotel offers laundry service.

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

Hotel information

Ginza Capital Hotel

Address:Main Building/2-1-4 Tsukiji, Annex/3-1-5 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku Postal code:104-0045

Main Building/A two-minute walk from exit 3 of Shintomi-cho station on the Tokyo Metro Yurakucho line.
Annex/A four-minute walk from exit 4 of Shintomi-cho station on the Tokyo Metro Yurakucho line.

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