Founded in 1890, the first Imperial Hotel was built in Hibiya, Tokyo, the same location where the current Imperial Hotel stands today. The hotel served as a guest house catering to distinguished visitors from overseas.
Hibiya soon became a center for diplomacy and modernization, as symbolized by the pace-setting Rokumeikan, a Western-style building for elite social events constructed during the Meiji period. The area was also transformed into one of Japan's most prominent business districts as well as an entertainment hub, offering a wide array of movies, musicals, plays, and similar forms of entertainment.
The Imperial Hotel is a short distance from the shopping and theater districts of Ginza and Marunouchi. The hotel's location in Hibiya also provides outstanding access to Tokyo International Forum and to government agencies.
In addition, the Imperial Hotel's proximity to major traffic hubs assures convenient access to popular areas such as Roppongi, Akihabara, and Shibuya. The hotel is also conveniently located for post offices and convenience stores.
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IMPERIAL HOTEL, TOKYO
Tel: +81-3-3504-1111 Fax: +81-3-3581-9146
1-1, Uchisaiwai-cho 1-chome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8558