The Palace Hotel Tokyo Offers Exclusive Access to Art Fair Tokyo 2014

The Palace Hotel Tokyo is giving 50 guests VIP access to Art Fair Tokyo, which takes place this year from March 7 through 9 at the Tokyo International Forum. The 10th edition of this annual event will host more than 140 galleries from Japan and around the world and will showcase crafts and antiques as well as contemporary and multimedia artworks. The hotel, which reopened in 2012 after a ground-up rebuild, is located in Tokyo’s Marunouchi district and adjacent to the Imperial Palace gardens, making it about a 15-minute walk to the fair. It features 10 bars and restaurants, including Michelin-starred chef Shinji Kanesaka’s Sushi Kanesaka restaurant and a 10-seat tempura bar. Guests who reserve the Art Fair Tokyo package ($1,495) will receive daily admission to the event and entry to a private preview on March 6 with prominent players in the Asian art scene. The package includes three nights in a deluxe room with a balcony and daily breakfast. Each guest will also take home a copy of The Art of Palace Hotel Tokyo, a book on the property’s own extensive art collection. (+81.3.3211.5218, www.en.palacehoteltokyo.com)

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