Hyatt Regency Tokyo

Nov 9, 2014

Located in the stylish Shinjuku neighborhood, Hyatt Regency Tokyo is a short walk from the serene Meiji Shrine, as well as the more earthly delights of the fashion-forward Shibuya area. Clean, urban minimalism clearly inspires the design, while thoughtful touches such as a Japanese breakfast of miso-rubbed grilled fish and Koshihikari rice cooked in a traditional vessel add local flair. The place has six main restaurants offering everything from Chinese banquet cuisine to sushi to French fare, not to mention the bar Eau de Vie and a pastry shop.

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