Former Four Seasons Tokyo to Open Rooftop Garden for Events

By Matt Alderton
November 19, 2012

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The Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Chinzan-so — which will be re-branded as Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo, effective Jan. 1, 2013 — has unveiled plans to open an artificial rooftop garden, the property's owner, Fujita Kanko Inc., announced this month.

Known as Serenity Garden, the garden will total 16,145 square feet and will be available for multiple uses, including "as a wedding and event facility and occasional restaurant," according to Fujita Kanko, which will assume management of the hotel once it's re-branded.

"With a breathtaking view of Tokyo and our renowned 17-acre Japanese botanical garden, Serenity Garden will be the new Tokyo hot spot for weddings, corporate parties and special events," said Fujita Kanko President and CEO Kazumasa Suezawa. "We look forward to working with meeting planners from around the world on innovative uses for this space. It's another great option at the hotel for international conferences and events."

Serenity Garden is part of a three-year, $90 million renovation that's already underway at Hotel Chinzanso, which offers 259 guest rooms, 12 restaurants and bars, and 36 meeting rooms, the largest of which can accommodate up to 2,000 guests.

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