Tokyo, one of the most modern, bustling and busiest cities in the world showcasing many traditional Japanese cultural values, always wearing the lovely charm of the Geisha in the mordern time. Also in Tokyo, the starting point for many art creations of international stature – from fashion, architecture to painting. Tokyo is also the origin of minimalism that resonates in the world. Hotels in Tokyo have many types of prices, but the following places in minimalist style will help us reduce anxiety, immerse yourself in the awakening in the soul. Let’s explore minimalist hotel Tokyo with 6 most beautiful & best minimalist hotels in Tokyo you should stay.
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Talk a little bit about minimalism for those who are wondering: Minimalism is one of the quite famous artistic movements that was born in New York in the 1960s. But the most mentioned and honored is still the creativity and communication of Japanese people. The focus of thisism is on cutting down, removing unnecessary objects as much as possible, toward the most minimalistic to be able to feel light and comfortable in the soul.
For those who are fans of Muji, last April Muji launched a chain of hotels called The Muji Hotel Ginza that deep inspired by minimalism. Those of you who love Japanese things can’t help but know that Muji is too famous for its minimalist products that bring extremely pleasant feeling to consumers. Then surely the hotel of Muji in Tokyo will bring that as well.
Address: 6F, 3-3-5, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan.
Room rates (can be changed over time): $135 for normal rooms, $271 larger rooms, $507 largest rooms.
A 4-star top rated hotel with room rates from $135/night (You can check rates, reviews and book on Muji Hotel Ginza).
Minimalist hotel Tokyo: Trunk Hotel
Just a 10-minute walk from JR Shibuya Station, Trunk Hotel is always given lots of good reviews for its welcoming reception. Trunk Hotel’s motto is to bring a close local experience to the visitors, making them feel like stay in a family home. Trunk Hotel has only 7 rooms, but each room has a very unique design. All the small items in the room are also chosen by the aesthetic eyes of the host, so they are definitely beautiful in every centimeter.
Address: 150-0001 Tokyo Prefecture, 5-31 Jingumae, Shibuya-Ku, Japan.
Room rate: $311 for a standard double room for 2 person, $1440 for a room with a party table for 8 people.
Best minimalist hotel Tokyo: The Share Hotels Lyuro Tokyo
Despite the name is The Share, but this hotel is designed for one person – maybe the hotel owner wants to encourage us to travel alone to enjoy privacy?!! Not only is it a reclining back place, but The Share has a lot of other interesting things for you to explore such as a good bar and souvenir shop inside. Especially The Share has bunk beds for those who go with group of friends but don’t want to share a bed :))