Hotel K5 Design in Tokyo, Japan
More than a hotel, K5 emerges full force as a micro-complex of creative eateries, unique drinking spots, inspiring gathering points, and Swedish-minimalism-meets-Japanese-heritage design, all interlaced to fully express the notion of “Aimai”—a poetic term denoting the benefits of erasing borders.
Here, in a former bank from the 1920s, spaces purposefully intermingle, adapting to the flow of activity: The library is the bar, while the coffeeshop doubles as a lounge, which flows into a wine bar and a restaurant. Set beside the Tokyo Stock Exchange and serving as the connecting point between the traditional area of Imperial Palace and hip Eastern Tokyo, K5 presents 20 generously sized rooms; progressive Japanese cuisine; Brooklyn Brewery’s first taproom outside of New York; a Chinese-medicine-meets-mixology philosophy that produces natural cocktails; the aroma of specialty coffee; and an infusion of greenery that defines the hybrid flower-shop/reception-lounge area.
This is Tokyo reimagined—a creative microcosm of the city, crafted by those not afraid to break barriers. Independent minds welcome.BOOK NOW BOOK NOW BOOK NOW BOOK NOW BOOK NOW BOOK NOW BOOK NOW BOOK NOW BOOK NOW BOOK NOW BOOK NOW