Guest Rooms 251
King Rooms 179
Check in 3:00 PM
Check out 12:00 PM
Smoking rooms No
Pets allowed No
Self parking 4000JPY Per Day
Seasonal Rates: High Low Shoulder
Number of Meeting Rooms 5
Ideal Group Size 25
Max Group Size 50
Resort Fee ¥400JPY
Room Tax 10%
Sales Tax 8%
30 min 9 miles (14 km)
80 min 37 miles (60 km)
Located in downtown Tokyo with direct access to two subway stations and convenient to Tokyo stations, the Shuto Expressway, and two airports via the Tokyo City Air Terminal, the hotel is an ideal venue to host Tokyo meetings and events.
A ballroom, banquet room, and three function rooms total 9,419 square feet (876 square meters). Meeting rooms are located on the first and second floors for ease of accessibility.
Eliminating Plastic Straws for an Eco Friendly Alternative
Posted February 8, 2019
The Capitol Hotel Tokyu Announces the World's First Wood Straw Project in Collaboration with House Maker Aqura Home
TOKYO(January 2019) The Capitol Hotel Tokyu, is please to announce a unique collaboration with house maker, Aqura Home in the launch of the world's first "Wood Straw Project" - development and production of drinking straws made from curling thinly sliced domestic timbers cut down in forest thinning operations.
The Wood Straw Project was created based on a wood straw idea conceptualized by environmental journalist, Yuri Takeda, during her reporting of the heavy downpours in southwestern Japan in July 2018, which resulted in devastating widespread floods and mudslides in the region. Together with Takeda, Aqura Home and The Capitol Hotel Tokyu established a partnership to raise awareness of sustainable foresting and forest conservation by means of wood straw production efforts.
As a flagship of the Tokyu Group, The Capitol Hotel Tokyu is aiming to eliminate all plastic straws at its restaurants and bars by April 2019. The wood straws were first introduced at the hotel's restaurant, "ORIGAMI" (3F) which started Wednesday, January 16, 2019. The Wood Straw Project builds on the environmental sustainability programs the company has in place and the expansion of the project will help sustainable forest conservation and further drive the company's efforts to reduce environmental impact.