“In 1878, the Meiji Era, Prime Minister Yamagata Aritomo built a mansion and designed a garden in this area full of natural beauty. He called it Chinzanso. Moved by the ever-changing nature of the landscape as light and wind passed through the trees, he welcomed many visitors to his forested gardens to share the joy. This launched our tradition of warm hospitality.
140 years have passed and Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo continues to welcome guests from around the world to its landscaped gardens and facilities where world-class service, Japanese heritage and the natural blessings of the four seasons can be fully enjoyed.”
Accessibility informationMobility information:
Prime Superior Room (universally designed)
"Any guest can stay in this thoughtfully designed room, which features handrails, sliding doors and ample space for wheelchair navigation."
Other accessibility information:
- Lever handles on guest room door
- Three-color door frames
- Wide space between beds
- Sliding bathroom and closet doors
- Wheelchair-accessible basin counter
- Single-lever basin
- Bathtub and shower stall handrails
- Wide toilet seat
- Flip-up handrail position varies by room.
- Emergency call buttons at bathtub and toilet
For further accessibility information, visit Accessible Japan
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