Ginza is the perfect place to stay in Tokyo. It’s close enough to the train station and halal Japanese food. Therefore, it comes to no surprise that MUJI finally opened its third hotel at the famous shopping district of Ginza.


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Following their successful openings in Beijing and Shenzhen, MUJI Hotel Ginza will open on 4 April 2019, and the hotel is accepting online reservations as we speak! 😃 Just in time for cherry blossom season, you will finally get to stay the night in a cosy room decorated with their signature minimal aesthetics.


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Compared to MUJI Hotel Shenzhen and Beijing, the Ginza hotel will have nine room categories that are perfect for solo travellers and couples. You may need to book multiple rooms to host a large group, but not to worry, this hotel has 79 rooms! For a glimpse of MUJI Hotel Ginza, we’ll let these pictures impress you.


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Sprawled with wooden furniture, fluffy pillows and soft lighting, you can spot familiar products such as air purifiers and all-white bathroom accessories here. The room also comes with a pair of nightwear and a Bluetooth speaker.


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Since Ginza is a well-loved shopping district in Tokyo, it’s only fitting to have MUJI’s six-storey global flagship store below the hotel. Yes, you can stock up on travel accessories and cotton pyjamas before you head upstairs for a good night’s rest.


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If you’re wandering around the hotel, check out Atelier MUJI Ginza, which is a multi-purpose facility that is fitted with two art galleries and a library. Imagine spending the afternoon, flipping the pages of various Japanese art and design books 😍


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For something to eat, you can savour halal Indian curries at Annam Indian Restaurant that is within walking distance from the hotel. Since MUJI Hotel Ginza is also a 3-minute walk from Ginza station, you can take the train and plan a foodie’s day-out using our ultimate halal food guide to Tokyo! Think about all the delicious halal ramen, yakiniku, and shabu-shabu you can try! 🤤

For a night’s stay at MUJI Hotel Ginza, prepare to spend between SGD180 (14,900 yen) to SGD800 (65,900 yen) per night. After a long day in Ginza, we bet you know the best place to call it a day 😉

Address: MUJI Hotel Ginza, 6F, 3-3-5, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Contact: +81 3 3538 6101
Rates: Starting from SGD180 (14,900 yen) per night
Directions: Alight at Ginza station and take a 6-minute walk to the hotel
Note: MUJI Hotel Ginza officially opens on 4 April 2019, but the hotel is now accepting online reservations.
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