Top 10 popular Japanese internet celebrity hotels on Xiaohongshu

Don't know where to stay in Japan? Want to take stunning photos for your circle of friends? Choose these 10 hotels!

The best hotel for taking panoramic views of Tokyo Tower, and with a 33rd floor restaurant overlooking Tokyo Tower and the Skytree. It has been selected as a high-end comfortable hotel by the Michelin Guide for nine consecutive years.

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"Hyatt Group's trendy boutique hotel, designed in collaboration with luxury hotel genius Ji Yutang, is the second tallest hotel in Tokyo. The rooms feature large floor-to-ceiling windows with unobstructed views of the Tokyo Tower."
"Lost in Tokyo" classic filming location, designed by Kenzo Tange, the father of contemporary Japanese architecture; the hotel enjoys a stunning view of Tokyo and half of the guest rooms have views of Mount Fuji.

Hotel Gajoen Tokyo

Japanese hotels included in the cultural heritage, SLH, a luxurious boutique hotel alliance; Miyazaki Hayao's "Spirited Away" original scene, the hotel is full of art-like murals and carvings.
Commonly regarded as the "number one internet-famous hotel in Tokyo," the hotel offers a panoramic view of the Tokyo Tower and Mount Fuji from its windows. Its themed rooms are centered around Japanese culture, featuring geishas, lucky cats, and sumo wrestling rooms.
Architect Kengo Kuma personally designed the wooden industrial-style trendy hotel, with a refrigerator and capsule coffee machine in each room. The terrace offers a close-up view of the Sky Tree.
Wired Coffee's hotel in Japan features B&O audio equipment and artisan bed linens. There are 30 rooms with different design styles, with collaborations from local Asakusa artists or artisans.

Hotel kOe Tokyo

Living in a minimalist chic boutique with customized 5-star-level pajamas and care products, there is a music restaurant and regular music performances. Popular DJs are also hired to host activities on weekends.
The world's first robot hotel features lobby robots that can move luggage, speak, and blink, as well as a front desk robot that can interact with guests. The hotel rooms also have small interactive robots.
Hoshino Resorts has launched a new urban hotel brand featuring wooden lofts with tatami mats that can accommodate up to three people. The brand also offers customized travel itineraries and authentic local food and activities for guests to experience.

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