Park Hotel Tokyo Proudly Presents the Completion of “Artist Floor” consisting 31 Artist Rooms

Park Hotel Tokyo Proudly Presents the Completion of “Artist Floor” consisting 31 Artist Rooms
Would you like to stay in the rooms created by the known artists of Japan?



The art gallery hotel, Park Hotel Tokyo announced last August 1 that its "Artist Floor" is now complete, having 31 Artist Rooms. The Artist Rooms are standard rooms decorated by selected Japanese artists who painted on walls and ceilings while staying at the hotel, based on the concept "Beauty of Japan."

Park Hotel Tokyo started a project in December 2012 in which an artist decorates an entire room. With 31 different artists decorating as many rooms with themes such as "sumo" and "zen," turning the floor into the full-fledged "Artist Floor."

General Manager Yoshiaki Hayashi said: "We have completed the 'Artist Floor' where each Artist Room expresses different 'Beauty of Japan' through the eyes of each artist. We hope that guests will enjoy discovering different beauty of Japan expressed by different artists."

Hotel Manager Atsushi Ono said: "We are proud to announce that all 31 Artist Rooms are finally complete, each encapsulating Japanese beauty. We guarantee that guests will experience an exciting stay surrounded by powerful art in the Artist Rooms."

Park Hotel Tokyo hopes that guests will enjoy "Beauty of Japan" created by these artists.

Scroll down and see the 31 Artist Rooms – Part 01

No. 31 – Artist Room En designed by Mariko Kobayashi

No. 31 – Park Hotel Tokyo Artist Room En designed by Mariko Kobayashi

In the days before the 'materialistic and information-oriented society', the Japanese had a receptive sense that "everything in nature has something to do with us".

It is said there are hundreds of thousands of Shinto shrines in Japan, celebrating all the gods and goddesses. Japanese people find it aesthetically pleasing to be in awe of nature, trying to be together with nature rather than confront it, and their prayers and wishes to get an "en (connection)" may have arisen from this way of life.

No. 31 – Park Hotel Tokyo Artist Room En designed by Mariko Kobayashi
For every turn of Fortune's wheel, there's a time when you feel you have a secret bond with the "supernatural" beyond your own intentions and choices, which might give you or deny you these "en", and guide you somewhere else.

I think that in today's changing times, we've forgotten that such inter-relationships do exist. We are connected with everything we encountered so far, and our world will continue to expand as it connects with everything we meet.

I hope that your "en" with Japan, this room, and everything that happens to you in future, will be good.

Mariko Kobayashi

No. 31 – Park Hotel Tokyo Artist Room En designed by Mariko Kobayashi

No. 30 – Artist Room Artist Room “Mount Fuji” designed by Shiki Taira

No. 30 – Park Hotel Tokyo Artist Room Artist Room “Mount Fuji” designed by Shiki Taira
The 30th Artist Room “Mount Fuji” was started by artist Shiki Taira on May 19, 2017 and completed on July 31, 2017.

#31 is one of the rooms on the Tokyo Tower side, which has a larger window. On a clear day, you can see Mount Fuji in the distance.

“I wanted to create a room where guests will be surrounded by auspicious Japanese motifs”, says Taira. When you open the door and walk through the bright red gate entrance fashioned like a torii gate, you’ll see a variety of gods flying around in the sky above Mount Fuji. On the opposite wall is the Seven Lucky Gods on a treasure ship.

No. 30 – Park Hotel Tokyo Artist Room Artist Room “Mount Fuji” designed by Shiki Taira
Please enjoy a happy stay, viewing 2 Mount Fujis and being surrounded by various Japanese gods.
From this room, Mt. Fuji looks very beautiful, so I made Mt. Fuji the central theme, and I surrounded it with auspicious Japanese motifs.

No. 30 – Park Hotel Tokyo Artist Room Artist Room “Mount Fuji” designed by Shiki Taira
When you open the door, and go through the bright red entrance fashioned like a torii gate, you see a variety of gods flying around in the sky. In the evening, the gods reflected in the windows really seem to be flying in the sky.

They are lucky Japanese motifs such as the Fujin (Wind God), Raijin (Thunder God), Shichifukujin (Seven Lucky Gods) and Ichimoku-sama (One-Eyed God), and although you can feel their strength, I decorated the room so that you can spend a quiet time here.

I hope that lots of wonderful happiness comes to all who stay in this room.

Shiki Taira

No. 29 – Artist Room Japanese Angel designed by Yuki Ninagawa

No. 29 – Park Hotel Tokyo Artist Room Japanese Angel designed by Yuki Ninagawa

No. 29 – Park Hotel Tokyo Artist Room Japanese Angel designed by Yuki Ninagawa

In Artist Room Japanese Angel, artist Yuki Ninagawa completed it on December 21, 2016, as the 29th in the series; it is based on the image of a Japanese angel descending among roses.

No. 29 – Park Hotel Tokyo Artist Room Japanese Angel designed by Yuki Ninagawa
This artist room is more serene and feminine, just as the artists herself.

No. 28 – Artist Room Jomon designed by Daisuke Kagawa

No. 28 – Park Hotel Tokyo Artist Room Jomon designed by Daisuke Kagawa
As the 28th Artist Room in a series, the subject of artist Daisuke Kagawa's work is the spirit of the Japanese people, which had been cultivated since the prehistoric Jomon period, designed to enjoy the beauty of the seasons and nature; the work was completed on December 23, 2016.

No. 28 – Park Hotel Tokyo Artist Room Jomon designed by Daisuke Kagawa

No. 28 – Park Hotel Tokyo Artist Room Jomon designed by Daisuke Kagawa
“Kagawa's ‘Jomon’ is an elaborate piece of work taking ancient earthenware as a motif.

No. 27 – Artist Room ‘The Tale of Genji’ designed by Takushi Mizuno

No. 27 – Park Hotel Tokyo Artist Room ‘The Tale of Genji’ designed by Takushi Mizuno
Completed back in December 01, 2016 Takushi Mizuno said:

“The Tale of Genji is a literary work and cultural heritage. I expressed the mythical atmosphere which I felt through the story in this Artist Room.”

No. 27 – Park Hotel Tokyo Artist Room ‘The Tale of Genji’ designed by Takushi Mizuno
Takushi Mizuno is an illustrator and as well as an art director, together with Park Hotel Tokyo hopes that through the stay in Artist Room The Tale of Genji, guests will enjoy the glamorous lifestyle and atmosphere of the Heian Period over 1000 years ago.

No. 26 – Artist Room ‘Japanese People” designed by Osamu Nakajima

No. 26 – Park Hotel Tokyo Artist Room ‘Japanese People” designed by Osamu Nakajima
The in-house team with collaborating galleries conducts the selection of artists and designation of themes of the “Artist in Hotel” project. At the stage of selecting the artist, the team came together on the opinion that "Couldn't real people, and the everyday life of the Japanese be thought of as beautiful as well - not just what the general public terms as art?" And so it was that the artist Osamu Nakajima - who sketches scenes of everyday life - emerged as a candidate.

No. 26 – Park Hotel Tokyo Artist Room ‘Japanese People” designed by Osamu Nakajima
After deliberation throughout the selection process, he was formally named as the selected artist, and began creation on the theme of "The Daily Life of the Japanese People" on August 8, 2016, continued the work while staying at the hotel and commuting to and from it, and completed it on August 24, 2016.

No. 25 – Artist Room ‘Samurai’ designed by Kenyu Mitsuhashi

No. 25 – Park Hotel Tokyo Artist Room ‘Samurai’ designed by Kenyu Mitsuhashi
At the Park Hotel Tokyo, in efforts to enhance the satisfaction of our overseas guests whose numbers are increasing, they created a space on the theme of Japanese beauty. As part of this effort, the 25th room Artist Room on the theme of "Samurai", which was started by artist Kenyu Mitsuhashi on July 1, 2016, continued the work for about a month while staying at the hotel and commuting to and from it, and completed it on August 1, 2016.

“By using Kamakura-bori (Kamakura carving), which the technique had been passed down from the age of the samurai, my aim was for the guests to think about the samurai, as well as Japanese aesthetics”, says artist Kenyu Mitsuhashi.

No. 25 – Park Hotel Tokyo Artist Room ‘Samurai’ designed by Kenyu Mitsuhashi
The Artist Room Samurai was created with the desire to communicate this traditional skill to the world in a form that lives in the present. The Kamakura-bori, which has a history of 800 years, originated in Kamakura, a city deeply connected with the samurai. The entire room is decorated with Kamakura-bori, which utilizes uniquely Japanese traditional techniques for carving wood and applying layers of lacquer. This is the first of the artist rooms to be decorated using one of Japan's beautiful traditional crafts.

No. 24 Artist Room ‘Wabi-Sabi’ designed by Conami Hara

No. 24 Park Hotel Tokyo Artist Room ‘Wabi-Sabi’ designed by Conami Hara
This 24nd room Artist Room on the theme of "Wabi-Sabi", which was started by artist Conami Hara on April 5, 2016, continued the work for about 4 months while staying at the hotel and commuting to and from it, and completed it on July 29, 2016.

"Through the repeated discussions with the hotel team, I came up with the match of images of karesansui (arid landscape) and the sulfurized silver foils, which reminded me of the theme Wabi-Sabi", says Hara. Hara painted the walls with her recently-favored driftwood motif to resemble the garden stones at Ryoanji, one of the popular rock garden in Kyoto. Using silver foils, one of Japanese traditional art techniques as well as painting materials, Hara had turned each wall into a rainbow of reds, browns and blues.

There are total of 15 driftwoods painted on the wall in this room. The ripple marks on the sand of the rock garden was expressed by slathered paint on the walls. In addition, just as one of the 15 stones in Ryoanji's rock garden is always hidden no matter what position you view it from, one piece of driftwood is hidden in this room. A special atmosphere in the room is created by the unique appearance and texture of the silver foils, which are produced by the chemical reaction. The beautiful atmosphere felt here is not what can be manually manipulated. The changes with time that occur in silver foil left all over the space, and the passage of time, are also part of the work.

No. 23 – Artist Room ‘Haiku’ designed by Reiko Fujinami

No. 23 – Park Hotel Tokyo Artist Room ‘Haiku’ designed by Reiko Fujinami
This 23rd Artist Room on the theme of "Haiku" was started on May 14, 2016 by Rieko Fujinami, an artist who lives in the United States, continued the work for about 2 month while staying at the hotel, and completed it on July 11, 2016.

Haiku, a short poetry form using words that whisper, capturing the moment and crystallize eternity within a short passage, have traveled far beyond its origins in Japan. “I hope that in this space the haikus that guests have in their hearts will spring to mind as naturally as breathing, regardless of language or cultural differences”, says Fujinami. She created a world of haiku where, rather than thoughts or emotions, expressing an instantaneous observation of the subtleties of nature, using seventeen syllables in Japanese, divided into three lines of five, seven, and five.

No. 23 – Park Hotel Tokyo Artist Room ‘Haiku’ designed by Reiko Fujinami
As the first for an Artist Room, it is decorated with moving images and sound effects. Projected on the wall are carps swimming in a pond, and against a beautiful, magical and ambient sound, the colors of the image change, creating a flowing effect. The bed is surrounded by drawings of lotus, and when you lie on your back and look up, you will see a jet-black Milky Way on the ceiling. Beside the window is the silver moon and a line from Basho's haiku, “tsuki zo shirube / konata e irase / tabi no yado”. Explore a poet's feeling and delight creating a line or two of haikus, in the middle of nature at the Artist Room Haiku, located on the 31st floor of a high-rise building.

No. 22 – Artist Room ‘Kabuki’ designed by OZ – Yamaguchi Keisuke

No. 22 – Park Hotel Tokyo Artist Room ‘Kabuki’ designed by OZ – Yamaguchi Keisuke
This 22nd Artist Room on the theme of "Kabuki", which was started by artist OZ – Yamaguchi Keisuke on June 20, 2016, continued the work for 16 days while staying at the hotel, and completed it on July 5, 2016.

“I feel the "beauty of Japan" has, since ancient times, continued to live on in the essence of everything Japanese, such as thought, faith, culture and art”, says OZ - Yamaguchi Keisuke. The art on the wall is created based on “Yanone”, an auspicious program usually performed in Kabuki shows during the New Year and captures the beauty of Japanese culture which encompasses ambiguity and reality.

No. 22 – Park Hotel Tokyo Artist Room ‘Kabuki’ designed by OZ – Yamaguchi Keisuke
Created using graceful, flowing circles and curves, the drawing of the horse on the wall gives a vibrant and dynamic feel to the room. The artist has used a bold composition consisting of only arms and legs to express the movement of Kabuki. Its sense of presence is effectively conveyed through the circles drawn to conceal reality. The bright red color stands out from the soft-colored wall. In contrast, drawn lightly on the opposite side of the bed are plums used as Kabuki props. When you open the closet, you will be greeted by sullen-faced Joruri whose singing voices seem almost audible even today. In addition, another highlight of this room is its bathroom. Soaking in the bath while enjoying the impressive painting is definitely a first-class experience.

No. 21 Artist Room ‘Castle’ designed by Kazuki Mizuguchi

No. 21 Park Hotel Tokyo Artist Room ‘Castle’ designed by Kazuki Mizuguchi
This 21st room Artist Room on the theme of "Castle", which was started by artist Kazuki Mizuguchi on March 4, 2015, and after he stayed at the hotel and commuted to and from it for 454 days (**), was finally completed on May 31, 2016.

Mizuguchi says: "I wanted to paint a different world that transcends time in a special space".  Before starting the work, he visited castles all over Japan.  Initially, he planned to represent roof tiles shining in a blue sky with verdigris, but while he was working during his stay at the hotel, his vision began to change, and he wanted to re-do it differently.  Discussions between the hotel team and the artist ensued.  He painted over what had been the walls up to July, and then painted Edo Castle, which had been lost in the fire, in white lines on a black background.

No. 21 Park Hotel Tokyo Artist Room ‘Castle’ designed by Kazuki Mizuguchi
When you pass through the entrance to the room, which mimics a stone wall, you see a towering castle with a golden killer whale painted on the wall above the headboard.  The castle walls and moat surround the bed, and on the opposite wall, a large room that would have welcomed various clan lords is expressed in gold leaf.  Another highlight is night in this room.  When the curtains are opened at night, the room interior is reflected in the glass, so that when you gaze in the direction of the Imperial Palace, the castle appears.

Artist Rooms No. 11 to 20 here.

Artist Rooms No. 01 to 10 here.


About Park Hotel Tokyo
Park Hotel Tokyo, opened in 2003, is located on the 25th floor and above in the Shiodome Media Tower. The 25th floor has the lobby and reception desk besides restaurants and the bar. The city's view can be enjoyed through the windows behind the reception desk. There are 270 guest rooms, located from the 26th to 34th floors. In 2013, Park Hotel Tokyo put forth a new concept, "Infinite time and space amid cognizant Japanese beauty." In line with the concept, every room on the 31st floor is decorated and turned into Artist Rooms, based on the theme "Beauty of Japan." To offer a memorable experience in various parts of your stay, Park Hotel Tokyo will continue to maximize the role of Japanese aesthetics and hospitality.




114 LOVES AND COMMENTS:

  1. Wow! this looks so larger than life. It would be so much fun to stay in these rooms.

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    1. Indeed! There are many rooms that I will share very soon.

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    1. Thank you Henry! Which room is your favorite?

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  3. OMG all the rooms are pretty awesome and unique, like each room is different from each other. I wish I can do staycation on each room LOL. Saving this for my next trip to Tokyo.

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    1. This is what I love about Japan. They know exactly how to collaborate traditions, cultures and modernization in one. Every room have its different personality. And staying here is all worth it.

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  4. I really love how they decorated the room and my favourite is the one with mount fuji!

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    1. Hello Yanrula,

      Staying in these room is like sleeping in an artist's gallery! More Artists Room will be shared next week!

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  5. so beautiful..and creative too.. i dont think i have even 10% of the artist talent..ha ha

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    1. Well, its okay! You can sleep with these rooms designed by talented Japanese artists :)
      It will be another amazing experience during your Japan vacation.

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  6. Wow so much of art! I love the Haiku one. So calm hehe

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    1. I agree! Stay tune for the other rooms that I will share here :)

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  7. We really want to go to Japan too and these rooms are amazing - what talented artists. It really would be hard to pick which one to stay in though as they are all brilliant but in such different ways

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    1. I agree. The experience will be more amazing.

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  8. THAT is so friggin' cool! If I went to this hotel, I would want to take a tour of all the rooms.... I don't care if people are staying in them, LOL!

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  9. WOW! This looks amazing, and all the rooms are so unique! I think the Japanese angel room is my favorite.

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    1. Thank you Jen! That's a good choice. It's like sleeping with Japanese angels around you.

      Hope you will enjoy your soon Japan tour!

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  10. What an amazing concept and how awesome are those paintings? I would love to stay to such a magnificent hotel!

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    1. Thanks dear! Let me know which rooms are you favorite!

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  11. These are gorgeous rooms! What a fantastic idea. I would totally love to stay at this house, though I'd want to check out all the rooms.

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    1. Stay tune for the rest of the rooms! Thanks again Betty :)

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  12. Gosh, I have seen or even stayed in art hotels but Park Hotel Toyko is really a step above the rest. I am so impressed by the standard of artwork in each room. This hotel really stands out among other hotels.

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    1. It's like staying in an Artist's Gallery. Truly a one of a kind experience.

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  13. Oh my goodness what an absolutely beautiful looking hotel I would love to just look through all the rooms.

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    1. Why not stay instead and enjoy the whole rooms?!

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  14. love this artistry hotel! Would like to stay there

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  15. Those are some amazing rooms. This would be a place that I would like to stay at.

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  16. Wow, these are some great looking rooms. I am impressed by the art. I'd love to stay in No 29!

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  17. These hotel rooms are really gorgeous and the vibrant colours really make it stand out! Would definitely love to visit and spend the weekend soon! Just stunning!

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    1. Thank you dear! Stay tune for the other rooms :)

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  18. This looks beautiful! I absolutely love how they designed the rooms.

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    1. Thank you Crystal. Hope you and your family will spend your Japan tour at Park Hotel Tokyo.

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  19. These are beautiful rooms. I would never want to leave if I ever got the chance to stay in a place like this!

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  20. I'd check in on room 26 and scribble my own art. Maybe write my name on the wall. I don't think they'd notice it. hehe

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    1. They will notice it and your plan is clearly VANDALISM.

      Staying here cost you at least $350 per night.

      And dear, we don't ruin arts, okay.

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  21. Oh wow, such very unique rooms I got to see. I hope to see it and experience with my own eyes. The designs are super amazing! What a great talent they have.

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    1. I agree. And paying a hefty price is totally worth it IMHO.

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  22. Very pretty room designs! It will be relaxing to stay there!

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    1. Relaxing and also learning about the artists - those are priceless experience.

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  23. This is a fantastic idea for hotel rooms. I would love to stay in one of the Artist Rooms. They did such an amazing job.

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    1. I agree, took them months to finished it. I will feel honored to stay at least one of their rooms.

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  24. oh wow this room looks amazing doesnt it so very modern with a huge touch of class I would love to stay here

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    1. Thank you Emma! You will love the rooms and also Tokyo!

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  25. This was such an amazing idea! Each room has so much personality!

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    1. I agree. Now makes me wonder what if the Japanese animators and manga artists will design another hotel?! That would be AWESOME TOO!

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  26. Samurai, Castle, Wabi-Sabi and Haiku are my favourite! Damn these room are gorgeous!

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    1. Now you gain inspiration what you will do to your room!

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  27. All of the rooms are full of absolutely stunning artworks and the artists talent are outstanding. If it were me I would love to stay at every room to fully enjoy the art.

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    1. Yeah, and its have 31 rooms! More rooms to be featured here soon :)

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  28. Omg! 21, 27 and 29! Amazing! Will save this to visit if I visit Tokyo one day with my family! Wonderful work of art!

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    1. That will be great! Let us know your first impression soon.

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  29. Wow this hotel is a dream! As someone who loves art and travel this is incredible!! I would absolutely love it if I could get some of this artwork in my home haha. Great review and photos too <3

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    1. I guess the hotel also have souvenir shop for the artists' works.

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  30. These are TOTALLY amazing!!! I would love to stay here! It's like experiencing art in museum form...but even being able to absorb it while you sleep!

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    1. Exactly! If you go luxurious stay, better do it with a significant place like Park Hotel Tokyo.

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  31. Wow, that is some very skillful work. I love the art style of Japan.

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    1. I never get tired staring at these photos. I even imagining my room to be decorated with these artworks.

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  32. I wouldn't even need to step outside to capture my beloved street art if I was staying at Park Hotel. What a mesmerism display of artistic talent x

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    1. I agree! And instant fashion studio as well during the whole stay.

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  33. wow!I love to stay in such a hotel room.These walls with art work are pleasing my eyes!

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    1. Which of these rooms is your top favorite?

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  34. These are all so stunning! The amount of work they put into it truly shows! I don't think I would want to leave my room during the entire stay, so beautiful!

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    1. Hello Alicia,

      You should still go out and discover the beauty of Tokyo!

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  35. I would love to visit Tokyo one day. All the artwork and decor is so beautiful.

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  36. My jaw dropped when I saw these pictures! Seriously!
    I love hotels and details are so important to me. I love this personal touch in every room.
    Saving this place!

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    1. Thanks Veronica! This is just part 1 of the post. More Artist Rooms soon to be featured here.

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  37. Wow, these rooms are truly amazing! They are more than just a room, they are a whole new experience!

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  38. This looks amazing! I love the designs and mediums that they chose to display. Almost makes you feel like you are staying in an art gallery.

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    1. Exactly! And you have to enjoy it because each room costs you $350 per night!

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  39. This is such a cool idea I love this! We are looking at travelling to Japan next year with family and to visit friends so will definitely remember this place to check out when we are in the planning stage!

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    1. That's cool! Also this hotel is very accessible to public parks, shopping centers, train stations, etc. You'll gonna love it!

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  40. The Park Hotel Tokyo would be awesome to stay at for sure. I love the artists have painted the rooms. The room with the roses is defenetly my favorite. Thanks for sharing the photos and the information.

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    1. Thanks Rebecca, am pretty sure you will be amazed also of their other rooms!

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  41. I always wanted to visit Tokyo. This just gives me another reason to go visit. I can't believe how incredible it is there at that hotel. Every room looks amazing and a work of art.

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    1. I agree. The good thing about Japan is they give attention to their local artists who values traditions and local cultures. Japan have succeeded to incorporate these aspects to the modern lifestyle.

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  42. Oh my goodness, the rooms are STUNNING! The art on the walls are so unbelievably beautiful! I'd love to stay in one!

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    1. Hello Carmy,

      You can choose to 31 Artists Rooms! Its a great experience :)

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  43. That is the most incredible looking hotel, I totally love the pink of number 29.

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  44. The decoration and art work is beautiful.

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    1. Absolutely Betzy! Thanks for visiting and liking my post.

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  45. It is very artistic. However, I prefer my room to be less busy.

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    1. well then these artist rooms are not for you :)
      Park Hotel Tokyo have other rooms, non-artist and less cheaper.

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  46. Wow there is seriously no bad room possible at the hotel. I absolutely adore the amazing artwork and significance between each elements in the artwork.

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    1. I agree! They have high regards with creative people. I wish a hotel here in the Philippines will do the same and collaborate with Filipino artists.

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  47. Omg. The arts! Seems like they put lots of effort on it. I hope people who stay there will together keep it okay by not damaging it.

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    1. definitely, or else they will pay a hefty amount!

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  48. Oh wow! This is absolutely stunning. Totally my kinda hotel! I've been to a similar hotel in India where every room was artistically decorated in a unique, different way! No 31 is most definitely my favourite!

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    1. Thanks dear, Number 31 is something special :)

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  49. Wow, these hotel rooms are amazing! I can only imagine how long the artists must have spent carefully decorating each one of them.

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    1. I agree, some took months to finished it. And it is an amazing experience to stay here.

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  50. Oh wow this is so impressive. Real art - nowadays everything is usually as sterile and simple as possible - I think it's a great idea to incorporate a real talent - like those paintings into the modern way of life. In the past it was normal for people to decorate their houses. It's so cool to see it now! Amazing!

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    1. I agree. Japan knows exactly for to do it, and always excels!
      Maybe their strong desire to preserve the culture makes them successful in most industry.

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  51. Wow! These are all so unique. I think I'd love to stay in the ones with bright colors like the one with feathers. So cool!

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    1. That's cool Courtney! Thank you for visiting!

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  52. Oh my this place is absolutely stunning. Hope I got enough money to stay on one of these rooms lols.

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    1. the cost is like you stays at Raffles Hotel, but worth it.

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  53. Each of the room are so pretty and artistic! Wish to stay in the room to enjoy the beautiful art piece they create!

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    1. Exactly! It is very rare that artists collaborates with hotels and allowing them to cute each rooms.

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  54. oh my gosh! this is all so amazing! I can't even decide on which one I love the most. I wonder how ones done with clothe material would fare with time. Sugoi!!

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  55. this place is so special! it's like a mixture of today's and history! love the details in all decorations.

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    1. I agree, I will that many hotels will do the same.

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  56. Those rooms are so super magnificent... I wish I can visit them and spend a room in one by one of each room... Lol

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    1. hahaha me too! Actually am planning that as well.

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