- Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo
Guide to Resuming of Business
In order to ensure the health and safety of our guests and staff in response to concerns about the spread of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), we had temporarily closed the hotel through the end of May, but are resuming business in stages beginning from June 1st.
We apologize for the inconvenience that closure may have caused our guests, and wish to express our utmost appreciation for the encouragement, support and understanding we have received from everyone.
On June 1st the Banquet Building will reopen with a new policy to ensure safety, followed by the Hotel Building on June 5th.
Every member of our staff looks forward to welcoming you back to our hotel.
Rooms & Suites
Banquets & Meetings
Gorgeous scenery and warm, attentive service inspire fresh thinking and success at important gatherings.
Enjoy spring cherry blossoms, summer fireflies, autumn colors or winter camellias in Tokyo’s most unlikely oasis.
With nature’s blessings
Warm celebrations have been launching lifetimes of happy memories for over 60 years near the gardens.
- Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo Guide to Resuming of Business
- Notice of scheduled electrical inspection late night January 7th 2021 (From 1:00 a.m. to 5:00 a.m. on Jan. 8th)
- [Important] To guests with reservations for the period from July 23rd (Thu.) to August 9th (Sun.) 2020
- Notice regarding surgical masks
- Notice of Swimming Pool Maintenance in 2020
10-8, Sekiguchi 2-chome, Bunkyo-ku, 112-8680 Tokyo, Japan
Phone: +81 3 3943 1111
Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo is located in Bunkyo, a district of Tokyo rich in history and natural beauty. Revered by academics and renowned as part of old Edo castle town, it’s an area where prime
ministers reside and visitors indulge in diverse activities.
A. Approximately 60 minutes by limousine bus from Haneda Airport
B. Approximately 90 minutes by limousine bus from Narita Airport
C. Approximately 25 minutes by taxi from Tokyo Station or Ginza
D. Approximately 10 minutes by foot from Edogawabashi Station