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Hotel Koé Tokyo

Designed by Tokyo firm Suppose Design, the Koe aims to combine multiple different functions into one, globally-focused building. Housed within are a variety of different spots, all are focused on the way in which Tokyo’s “now culture” interacts with that of the world. You’ll find reception and the Koe Lobby, which offers a full menu plus drinks and pastries, on the first floor, as well as Koe Space, a venue that hosts a variety of events. On the second floor, the Koe Shibuya retail space features a large selection of clothing and accessories. The third floor is where you’ll find the guest rooms. These are available in sizes ranging from small to XL, which feature a tea room with tatami perfect for tea tastings; all rooms are decorated in highly modern shades of black and gray.

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