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Located on 27th floor, the concept of this attractive Spa is “an oasis for people to experience a complete recharge both mentally and physically within the Tokyo Metropolitan area, intersecting people's spirits energetically and actively.
Located on 28th floor, our TECHNOGYM® machines are all available in eleven languages, so our international guests can feel at home. Aerobic training machines are equipped with an individual LCD TV to enjoy television and radio, and the training menu can be arranged. *For staying guest only *Pool has been closed on March 2021.
Tourist Attractions in Shinjuku
Shinjuku Central Park
Adjacent to Hyatt Regency Tokyo, enjoy beautiful cherry blossoms in springtime and brilliantly colored leaves in autumn. 'Shinjuku Juniso Kumano Shrine’ built in the Muromachi Period (1336-1573) next to the park is a famous shrine in this area.
Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office
A twin-tower building which was designed by Mr. Kenzo Tange, one of the most famous architects. From its view point, 202m height, enjoy the panoramic view overlooking cosmopolitan Tokyo and also Mt. Fuji, for free of charge.
Omoide Yokocho in Shinjuku is a warren of small alleys crammed with izakaya-type restaurants appealing to office works and foreign visitors alike.
Shinjuku Golden Gai
Shinjuku Golden Gai located in Kabukicho is composed of a network of six narrow alleys, more than 200 tiny shanty-style bars, clubs and eateries.
Tourist Attractions in Tokyo
Takeshita Dori as a symbol of Harajuku, where people browse around for "kawaii"(cute) fashion.
Shibuya is city of popular culture. One of the famous sightseeing places well known as Shibuya Scramble Crossing and "Hachiko" in front of Shibuya Station.
Omotesando is a luxury shopping destination with refined boutiques of upscale designer and exclusive restaurants, walking distance from Shibuya and Harajuku.
Ginza is a gorgeous shopping area where you can enjoy both the latest trends and traditional shops in Japan.
The famous Tsukiji Fish Market was relocated to Toyosu in 2018 where it reopened as Toyosu Market. Food, souvenir and shopping area called 'Uogashi Yokocho' is in the market as well.
Typical tourist spot that inherits the energetic down town area of the Edo period(1603-1867). Well known as Sensonji Temple, Tokyo Sky Tree and Kappabashi Dogu Street.
One of the large shrines in Japan which was constructed in 1920 and is dedicated to the memory of the Emperor Meiji and Empress Shoken.
Tokyo Imperial Palace
Tokyo Imperial Palace is the primary residence of the Emperor of Japan. Complimentary walking guided tour is available.(Application required)
Kamakura is a coastal town in Kanagawa Prefecture, less than an hour south of Tokyo where sometimes called the Kyoto of eastern Japan. Kamakura offers numerous temples, shrines and other historical monuments.
Without any transfer, easy access from Shinjuku station. Hakone is is a popular sightseeing area where visitors can enjoy natural beauty, colorful flowers blooming throughout the year and scenic views including Mount Fuji, Lake Ashi and Owakudani Valley (the crater).