Hotels & Resorts

Trunk (House)

Photographed by Chris Schalkx

Dec 6, 2019

SHINJUKU’S HIPSTER HONEYPOT Trunk (Hotel) has expanded, with its second outpost taking over a former geisha house along a cobblestone alley in Kagurazuka, Tokyo’s “little Kyoto.” Matching traditional tatami floors, a genkan-style entryway and a hinoki-wood bathtub with Charles Eames furnishings and Noguchi lights, this one-room boutique stay is a designer’s daydream.

trunk-house.com; from ¥442,750 per night.

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Hotels & Resorts

Trunk (House)

Matching traditional tatami floors, a genkan-style entryway and a hinoki-wood bathtub with Charles Eames furnishings and Noguchi lights, this one-room boutique stay is a designer’s daydream.

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