/ Bulgari Hotel Tokyo

A combination of Roman heritage and Japanese mastery

Tokyo, Japan
Mitsui Fudosan
New hotel interiors
Antonio Citterio, Patricia Viel, with Roberto Mariani, and Guillaume Chatelain, Yuxi Chen, Fabio Fassina, Ilaria Gottardi, Paolo Longoni, Slavko Milanovic, Giuseppe Molteni, Alina Narbyekova, Vincenzo Panasiti, Matteo Puglisi, Annapaola Ramorino, Serena Toniolo, Hodaka Yamamoto, Martina Zeno

The 8th piece in Bulgari’s hospitality collection, Bulgari Hotel Tokyo occupies six floors of the Tokyo Midtown Yaesu ultra-skyscraper that overlooks the quiet premises, fascinating history and natural environment of the Imperial Palace Gardens, while offering stunning views of the city and Mount Fuji.

The hotel’s interior design offers a sophisticated blend of contemporary Italian design with touches of Japanese tradition, conveying Bulgari’s core values of outstanding craftsmanship and artistic detail to create efficient living spaces.


The arrival sequence leads guests from the ground floor’s meticulously designed drop off area to the 40th floor’s reception area, hotel lobby and all major public spaces, including the spa and the banqueting areas, that feature an interior design that is imbued with the spirit of Italian aesthetic of Bulgari, symbols of Japanese culture, and the precision of skilled Japanese artisans who brought the project to life.

Bulgari Hotel Tokyo comprises 98 guest rooms, including a variety of twin and double-room and suites of 7 different categories that all offer an endless panoramic view of Tokyo through a full length glass façade. Situated on the 44th floor, the 400-sqm Bulgari Suite is among the most spacious in the city.