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Updated: March 22, 2022
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Hotel Gajoen Tokyo is a unique "museum hotel" with over 90 years of history. It is decorated with around 2,500 pieces of Japanese art, and its 60 guest rooms are modelled after tea rooms. The hotel's suites are all larger than 80 square meters in size, and are each equipped with a sauna and whirlpool bath. The hotel is one of the "Small Luxury Hotels of the world (SLH)," a group of over 520 small-scale, independent hotels located across 80 countries. It is also affiliated with "Traveller Made ®," an international luxury tourism consortium.
Inside Hotel Gajoen Tokyo is the "Hyakudan Kaidan," a unique piece of wooden architecture designated as a Tangible Cultural Property by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government. During special exhibitions, it's open for public viewing.
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