ONE@Tokyo hotel blends modern tourism with traditional downtown regionality

ONE@Tokyo is the 4th Alliance Hotel in Tokyo, is very conveniently located both for leisure and business travelers, a three-minute walk from the Oshiage Station, the area of which is famous for the Tokyo Sky Tree, and blends a tourist town with nature while preserving the atmosphere of a traditional downtown area.

To recall the image of the past, world-renowned architect Kengo Kuma supervised both interior and exterior designs and blended traditional wood framing with an industrial image, creating a contrast that is appropriate for the area.


The hotel is a contemporary hotel where they offer a next-generation comfortable stay a unique, flexible, and efficient hotel style.

The hotel offers 142 contemporary guest rooms, a café, and a rooftop where guests can enjoy the Sky Tree directly in view, and is easily accessible to both Haneda and Narita international airports. In response to consumer demand to feel the local community connection, the hotel concept focuses on “travelers” and “locals” as flexible travel offers.

The brand concept is sympathetic through the promotion of “Beautiful Japan” proposed by the Agora Hotel Alliance, and they aim to revitalize the community to make the hotel one of the landmarks of the region.

Images by Agora Hospitalities Co., Ltd via ArchDaily

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