Unique Experience at Historical Tokyo Station

Tokyo Station is the busiest railway station and the historical architecture as one of Tokyo’s landmarks.

Tokyo Station was grand-opened in 1914, designed by Tatsuno Kingo, a representative architect of Japan’s Meiji period.

In 2014, 100 years after the original completion of the characteristic building, the restoration works were carried out to make the historic building more resistant to earthquakes and to fix age-related issues.

 After their destruction in the air raids of World War II, two dome roofs were rebuilt in 1947 and reverted in 2014.

The two domes now look like they did over 100 years ago.

Tokyo Station Hotel is located inside of the station building and re-opened in 2012 after the renovations.

The hotel is registered as an Important Cultural Property and boasts gorgeous rooms and venues in a classical European style.

The hotel offers a unique lunch experience at “Atrium” with a tour of the historical Tokyo Station Hotel.

“Atrium” is the exclusive lounge venue for the hotel guests, with large glass windows and a high ceiling.