IMPERIAL HOTEL TOKYO

On Top of the Japan Alps
Savor Heavenly Imperial Surprises

KAMIKOCHI IMPERIAL HOTEL

Depicted in a luggage label from the 1930s,
our graceful, red-roofed Kamikochi Imperial was
designed to take advantage of some of the most
panoramic vistas in the Chubu Sangaku National Park.

KAMIKOCHI IMPERIAL HOTEL Mountains

Further development is happily prohibited in
this pristine alpine setting, guaranteeing future
generations a undiluted encounter with nature at its truest.

KAMIKOCHI IMPERIAL HOTEL

The 74 room lodge features timber-sided exteriors
with inviting open air terraces and numerous rooms
with restful verandas.

KAMIKOCHI IMPERIAL HOTEL Myojin Pond

Myojin Pond enchants visitors with its aura of
natural mystery, lush, exotic flora and huge submerged
boulders evocative of a Japanese garden.

KAMIKOCHI IMPERIAL HOTEL Fireplace

At the heart of the Kamikochi Imperial is its cozy,
two story high fireplace and rustic wooden balustrades.

KAMIKOCHI IMPERIAL HOTEL Azusa River

The sparkling, crystal clear Azusa River runs through
Kamikochi and offsets the forest and mountain landscapes.

onward