The Hyatt Regency also has cutting edge. Blonde wood furnishings, granite bathrooms and in-room tablets evidence Japan’s commitment to ultra-modernity while the restaurants are similarly progressive. The hotel’s signature eatery, Touzan, prepares traditional Japanese cuisine with a range of innovative techniques; the immaculately presented sushi is a particular highlight. For some protein, head to the Grill where delicately marbled wagyu steaks are served to views over the hotel’s Japanese gardens. However, if you’re after something more recognisable, book a table at the Trattoria Sette where Italian classics are prepared at a show kitchen.
There’s a full complement of facilities on offer as well. Start your day with a yoga class, make use of the state-of-the-art gym or book a treatment at the spa; there’s everything from aromatherapy to sports massages with all sessions tailored to your needs. For some refreshment, sip on a premium sake in the bar or get your sugar fix at the patisserie where Japanese goodies are baked daily.