Winter Art Exhibition Scheduled at Park Hotel Tokyo to Offer Guests Hospitality with Japanese Aesthetics of Season


Park Hotel Tokyo holds four art exhibitions a year, offering guests hospitality with Japanese aesthetics of each season. Kanazawa is a city in the Hokuriku region well-known for craft arts since olden times. This time, works by ceramic artist Takuo Nakamura, who embodies Kanazawa crafts with free interpretations, and other artists deeply connected with Kanazawa will be exhibited to express the dignified elegance of winter.

Guests can enjoy original cocktail and dessert that perfectly complement the works on exhibit at ART Lounge. In the evening, powerful images with a motif of the exhibition works will be projected on the 30-meter-high wall.

Park Hotel Tokyo General Manager Yoshiaki Hayashi said: “This exhibition features Takuo Nakamura, well-known even overseas, as well as other artists related to Kanazawa. A selection of works portraying both modern and traditional Japanese elements blends into the modern hotel space.”

Park Hotel Tokyo Art Project Director Yoshitomo Fujikawa said: “This is an exhibition of Kanazawa’s sense of aesthetics which brings everyday life and beauty closer together. Please enjoy the elegance of winter in Japan.”

Park Hotel Tokyo hopes to present guests with the aesthetics of Japan to help them understand Japanese culture.

About Park Hotel Tokyo

Park Hotel Tokyo, opened in 2003, is located on the 25th floor and above in the Shiodome Media Tower. The 25th floor has the lobby and reception desk besides restaurants and a bar. The city’s view can be enjoyed through the windows behind the reception desk. There are 270 guest rooms, located from the 26th to 34th floors. In 2013, Park Hotel Tokyo put forth a new concept, “Infinite time and space amid cognizant Japanese beauty.” In line with the concept, every room on the 31st floor is decorated and turned into Artist Rooms, based on the theme “Beauty of Japan.” To offer a memorable experience in various parts of your stay, Park Hotel Tokyo will continue to maximize the role of Japanese aesthetics and hospitality.

SOURCE Park Hotel Tokyo

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