Japanese culture begins with Omotenashi

Omotenashi is an important element of Japanese culture. The spirit of hospitality has made Japan a country loved around the world, JAPAN PREMIUM LOUNGE From here, your journey of Japanese culture begins!

Aori Aji Stone is a granite produced only in the Aji region of Kagawa Prefecture and is known as the “diamond of granite. It has been praised as the finest stone material since ancient times for its fine texture, luster, weight, and the trinity of its three qualities. The crystals of each of the constituent minerals are extremely small and tightly bound together, making it harder than granite from other regions. subjected to tools such as chisels; on the contrary, the original color of the stone is as vivid as if it had been polished. It is also capable of fine workmanship. Because it does not contain water, it is resistant to weathering and alteration, and it does not collapse or discolor over generations, nor does it lose its luster. Aji stone has a very long history, having been quarried and used since the late Heian period (794-1185) and sent as far away as Kyoto, Japan, and it can be said that it has been attracting attention for about 1,000 years.

At the entrance, a beautiful greenish-blue (rokusho) wall, made of corroded copper sheet, is accompanied by a gorgeous signboard, also made of mirrored copper sheet.

The entrance on the Corridor Street side is made of Oya stone

Seasonal bonsai trees add colour to the bar counter, a powerful single slab of zelkova tree estimated to be over 7 meters old and 300 years old.

The furniture is made by Kashiwa Wood Works, a domestic wooden furniture brand manufacturer based in Hida Takayama.

Some light refreshments and Japanese whiskey and sake will be served

Anyone can easily wear a vibrant kimono for a photo shoot, and of course, you can take a limousine and come to the tour!
Come on! Book your limousine now and start your tour to the unknown, an exciting journey awaits you!

Toshogu Shrine in Nikko

Pirate Ship in Lake Ashi

Subway/JR Shimbashi Station

Ginza Line (shopping district in Tokyo),Toei Asakusa Line 3 minutes walk from Ginza Exit of Shimbashi Station on Ginza Line

Haneda Airport

Keikyu Haneda Airport to Shimbashi approx. 30 min. Limousine service approx. 30 min.

Narita Airport

Keisei Narita Sky Access Express approx. 70 min. Limousine service approx. 70 min.


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weekdays 9:00 AM - 25:00 PM
weekend  9:00 AM - 18:00 PM