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Tel: +81-3-5404-3917(Direct)

Hours : Weekday 9:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

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NAGOMI Lounge is a tranquil space using wooden elements to create a warm atmosphere and only available to staying guests.
The lounge incorporates a refined Japanese modern interior and create a calming Japanese style ambience.
Guests can enjoy a panoramic view of Tokyo bayside and a moment of relaxation here.

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Opening Hour:8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.

NAGOMI Lounge is a tranquil space with traditional and modern Japanese elements. Guests can check-in at the lounge and enjoy our selected Japanese tea and delectable sweets. The lounge offers a variety of complimentary food and beverage services, serving Japanese breakfast which made by seasonal ingredients serving in lacquer box and Japanese style dinner which includes tempura and sushi. Guests can enjoy a relaxation time with a variety of beverages including wines, beers and Japanese sake.

  • Guests will be welcomed in luxurious surrounds with selected Japanese tea and seasonal treats.

    Time for sweet offering: 2:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

    • Check-in and check-out available at the front desk outside opening hour.
    Opening Hour:8:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

    Guests can enjoy a wide selection of complimentary beverages.


    4 kinds of Japanese tea, coffee, soft drinks (coca cola, ginger ale, orange juice, soda), mineral water and snacks
    *LUPICIA is the brand we use for all kinds of Japanese tea offering at the lounge.
  • Breakfast
    Opening Hour:8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. (L.O. 10:30 a.m.)

    Guest can enjoy a traditional Japanese breakfast curated by our executive chef, preparing with the use of best seasonal ingredients.

      【Menu sample】

    • ・Broccoli and matcha smoothie
    • ・Steamed vegetables
    • ・Salmon and water shield marinated with vinegar and olive oil
    • ・Duck breast with cheese and fruit tomato
    • ・Japanese pickles
    • ・Broiled fish
    • ・Soybean Tofu
    • ・Sesame fried eggplant
    • ・Boiled Japanese beef in ginger and soy sauce
    • ・Japanese omelet with seaweed sauce inside
    • ・Steamed egg custard
    • ・Steamed rice
    • ・Miso soup
    • ・Panna cotta and seasonal fruits
  • Cocktails Service
    Opening Hour:5:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. (L.O. 7:30 p.m.)

    A wide selection of cocktails and drink menus will be offered.


    • -3 kinds of appetizers
    • -Boiled seasoned vegetables
    • -Japanese steamed egg custard
    • -Tempura
    • -4 kinds of seasonal vegetables
    • -3 kinds of seasonal fishes
    • -Assorted sushi
    • -Red miso soup

    【Drink Menu】
    Japanese sake, beer, red wine and white wine, Japanese sparkling wine, 2 kinds of original cocktails, 4 kinds of Japanese teas, coffee, soft drinks (coca cola, ginger ale, orange juice, soda) and mineral water

    -Please note that menus are subject to change without notice, due to availability of ingredients.
    -If you have any food allergies, please do not hesitate to let us know.
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    Kindly note that children may enter the lounge at an additional charge as following.
  • Children aged 4 to 12: ¥4,500 (per night/svc & tax included)
  • Children below the age of 3: free

Omotenashi Dinner Cuisine

Please enjoy the Japanese-style set menu with carefully selected Japanese sake from Ishikawa Brewery.

Introduction to SAKE

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日本酒 イメージ

Tamajiman Junmai Muroka
Well-balanced sweetness and rich in flavors of rice.
Records of Awards: Fine Sake Award Japan 2016, Tokyo Regional Sake Awards 2020

Tamajiman Dry Ginjo
The dry sake has rich taste of rice that pair nicely with any dishes.

History of Sake Brewing

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The history of Ishikawa Brewery started on September 1, 1863 (under the old calendar). The original location of the brewery was in Ogawa Village, on the opposite bank of the Tama River. In 1881, Ishikawa Brewery built a new kura (storehouse) in the present Kumagawa area and, in 1883, the whole business finished moving to this location.

Ishikawa Brewery earlier used "Yae-zakura" (double-flowered cherry) as a brand name at first after the establishment of the business. This brand name showed the sister-company relationship with Morita Shuzo in Ogawa Village, who brewed "Yae-giku" (double-flowered chrysanthemum). In 1919, the brand was renamed "Yae-ume" (double-flowered plum), and in 1933, the present brand name, "Tamajiman," came to be used.

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Room information

Executive floor(14-15F)