Akasaka is an exciting part of the city comprising business and entertainment districts - high-end dining, bars, and clubs are a short walk from major corporate offices. Shibuya, Ginza, and Roppongi districts are also easily accessed. Guestrooms have a distinctly Japanese essence while being modern and functional, a comfortable environment for business or pleasure travelers set in a prime location.
Twin room is a great variety of rooms from one under the image of Japanese taste to one with stylish interior design. You can choose a suitable room according to your purpose.
According to your purpose, you can choose your favorite room from 5 types. Functional and calm room offers relaxing time for you.
Japanese green tea and black tea, slippers, bath towels, face towels,body wash, combined, facial soap & hand soap, shampoo, conditioner, toothbrush set, razor, hair brush, nightwear (pj top)
Restaurants and Bars
Akasaka Square dining, Restaurant
This restaurant offers you various Japanese dishes such as Sushi and Teppanyaki. Staffs cooks them in fron of you.
Akasaka Square dining, restaurant
You can use this restaurant in various occasion according to your purpose.
AKASAKA Zipangu Super Dining,Restaurant & Cigar bar
This restaurant offers you hotel's original dishes for you with relaxing space under the image of the good old streets of Akasaka .
Please start a good day with good breakfast at our hotel.
This restaurant offers you a wide varaiety of Japanese and Western dishes for breakfast.
Buffet breakfast (J/W)
Junior meal JPY1,500
Up to 5 years old complimentary
Akasaka Toyokawa Inari Temple
Early flowering cherry blossoms and attendant foxes
An early flowering cherry blossom, the Edo-higan (江戸彼岸), is in full bloom at Akasaka’s Toyokawa Inari today! Birds were playing around the pink flowers delightfully. This tree usually blooms around o-higan (March 21) in Tokyo. The enshrined deity here rides on a white fox, and followers of the temple believe that foxes are attendants of the deity. After the wishes of believers are fulfilled, they offer fox statues to the temple. There are large numbers of fox statues all around the precincts
about 5 minutes by walk from Akasaka Excel Hotel Tokyu
Sanno Matsuri Grand Parade
A spectacular festival parade winding through Tokyo
The Sanno Matsuri Grand Parade takes place every even numbered year in mid June. It is part of the Sanno Matsuri Festival which is one of the 3 most famous festivals in Tokyo. It occurs every other year, taking its turn with Kanda Matsuri which runs during odd numbered years in May. During the 11 day festival period there are many other smaller events on, which are advertised on a Japanese only website, but the main attraction is the grand parade.
The parade begins and ends at Hie Shrine (or Hie Jinja) near Akasaka. Hie Shrine is a very important shrine as it is believed to be the shrine responsible for the protection of Tokyo. The shrine is also associated with the Tokugawa family who ruled during the Edo period (1603-1867). They used this shrine festival to celebrate Edo becoming the new center of Japan. (Edo was the former name for Tokyo).
The parade has over 500 participants dressed in traditional costumes, playing drums and carrying floats decorated with animals. The most important part of the parade are the three mikoshi (portable shrines), which are carried along the festival route. The shrines are decorated with a phoenix on each roof. The parade is a colorful spectacle and many children, families and workers line the streets to watch the parade pass by.
The parade runs for nearly 20km and follows a path that leaves Hie Shrine at 7:45 a.m., tracks around Yotsuya Station at 8:45 a.m. and to Yasukuni Shrine by 10 a.m. There is a half hour stop at the Imperial Palace until 12:15 p.m. The parade then continues past Tokyo Station and has a one hour stop at Nihonbashi Hie Shrine from 1:30 p.m. until 2:30 p.m. The parade passes Ginza clock tower at approximately 3:15 p.m., Shimbashi Station at 4:30 p.m. and finally finishes by 5 p.m. back at Hie Shrine.
At Hie Shrine people line up to pass through the large straw ring that is set up during the festival. Passing through this ring is believed to purify you from all your sins of the last 6 months. There are also food stalls and vendors to help satisfy your appetite after a long walk through the city.
Closest train stations to Hie Shrine are Akasaka-mitsuke Station on the Ginza & Marunouchi lines or Tameike-sanno Station on the Ginza line or Kokkai-gijido-mae on the Chiyoda or Marunouchi lines.
about 8 minutes by walk from Akasaka Excel Hotel Tokyu
Map & Directions
2-14-3, Nagata-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0014
1 minute on foot from Akasaka-mitsuke Station (Lines: Ginza and Marunouchi)
2 minutes on foot from Nagatacho Station (Lines: Yurakucho, Hanzomon and Nanboku)
10 minutes on the Marunouchi Line from Tokyo Station
50 minutes by airport bus from Haneda Airport
45 minutes by train from Haneda Airport to Akasaka-mitsuke Station
100 minutes by airport bus from Narita Airport
80 minutes by train from Narita Airport to Akasaka-mitsuke Station
90 minutes by car from Narita Airport
40 minutes by car from Haneda Airport
20 minutes on the Hanzomon Subway Line from T-CAT (Tokyo City Air Terminal)
30 minutes by Yurakucho Subway Line and JR Keiyo Line for the station next to Tokyo Disney Resort
Nearest interchange: 3 inutes from Kasumigaseki exit on the Shuto Expressway