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Friday 3 February 2023

Tokyo to welcome Japan's biggest hotel and entertainment complex

Tokyo is one of the most exciting cities on the planet - and very much on my radar for later this year.

The Japanese capital bills itself as "the epicentre of youth culture, cutting edge arts and entertainment".

New openings in 2023 include the world's largest anime store Animate Ikebukuro, and a new  entertainment and hotel complex, the Tokyu Kabukicho Tower (above), with a cinema, two luxury lifestyle hotels, a concert venue, entertainment, bars and dining.

Tokyu Kabukicho Tower, located in the heart of the Shinjuku nightlife precinct, is being promoted as the biggest hotel and entertainment complex in Japan.

The 48-storey Kabukicho Tower will offer live music, a 900-seat theatre, state-of-the-art gaming amusement centre, nightlife venues, and a wellness area with pool, sauna and gym.

The complex will house a range of restaurants and bars and an entertainment food hall with DJ booth, stage and karaoke.

Tokyu Press Department said “The Covid-19 pandemic has had a major global impact on how people enjoy entertainment and on people's needs for lodging facilities. However, we see that more people want to experience things in person and that people's passion for the things they enjoy is spreading across generations.”

The two new hotels - both opening on May 19 - are the Hotel Groove Shinjuku, a ParkRoyal property that will occupy levels 18-38 and Bellustar Tokyo, a PanPacific property on levels 39-47.

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