10 Luxury Hotels in Ginza and Yurakucho to Explore the Tsukiji Outer Market

Tsukiji Market is one of Japan’s most famous markets, and is a must-visit for tourists in Tokyo. While the wholesale section moved to Toyosu in 2018, the Tsukiji Outer Market remains just as vibrant, with numerous shops and restaurants attracting visitors from across the globe. In this article, we’ll introduce 10 luxury hotels in the ritzy Ginza and Yurakucho areas, which offer great access to Tsukiji Market, and are also filled with their own top-tier shops, restaurants, and bars. Make the most of your time in Tokyo by staying at one of these fantastic Ginza and Yurakucho hotels near Tsukiji Market!

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10 Luxury Hotels in Ginza and Yurakucho Near the Tsukiji Outer Market

1. GATE STAY Premium Ginza Shintomicho

GATE STAY Premium Ginza Shintomicho is a minute’s walk from Shintomicho Station and 5 minutes from Tsukiji Station. It’s also just a 12-minute walk to the Tsukiji Outer Market, letting you get there on foot without the hassle of taking public transport.

Each of the hotel’s 40 guestrooms are fitted with a kitchen, refrigerator, cooking utensils, washer/dryer, and even the acclaimed Japanese Balmuda toaster, which uses steam technology to toast bread to perfection.

The hotel is particularly recommended for those on extended stays, or for families with children who want to cook for themselves. There are also dog-friendly rooms, so it’s a prime choice for pet-lovers. For overseas travelers, there is also a handy multilingual AI translation machine at the front desk, alleviating any language concerns.

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2. Hotel K5

Hotel K5 is a 5-minute walk to Kayabacho Station, a 9-minute walk to Mitsukoshimae Station, both on the Tokyo Metro, and 12 minutes on foot to Nihonbashi Station. It’s also about 15 minutes by train and on foot to the Tsukiji Outer Market from Kayabacho Station. The hotel is four stories high with a basement, and was originally built in 1923 as Japan’s first bank before being renovated into a modern multipurpose complex that retains the stately aura of its historical architecture.

The hotel was developed with a focus on quality design under the concept of “existing with nature in the city.” Its 20 guestrooms present an assortment of different styles, including those with 4.5-meter-high ceilings, dining spaces for hosting parties, and desks for business travelers. The sophisticated interiors are adorned with beautiful custom-made furniture, along with record players, a collection of carefully curated books, and more, all designed to facilitate unforgettable memories.

Caveman, the onsite restaurant, is the latest venture by Kabi, a popular restaurant with roots in Japanese, French, and Danish culture. The hotel also hosts a popular coffee shop, ensuring a good time from morning to night.

3. Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo

Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo is directly connected to the A7 Exit of Mitsukoshimae Station. It is the first hotel in Japan by Mandarin Oriental, which operates 36 hotels and 9 residences in 24 countries around the world. It is located in the Nihonbashi Mitsui Tower, which is near the Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi Main Store and COREDO Muromachi. The surrounding Nihonbashi district has long flourished as a commercial hub since the Edo Period (1603-1868), and has seamlessly merged its prestigious history with contemporary culture.

The hotel contains a fabulous lineup of luxurious guestrooms, including the Mandarin Suite that flaunts the skills of Japanese artisans, such as tables embedded with silver leaf and lighting made with delicate bamboo crafting. Also of note is the Oriental Suite, which boasts views of Mt. Fuji through windows that take up an entire wall, and the top-class Presidential Suite.

The hotel has around 10 restaurants and bars, including those serving sushi, Italian, French, Chinese, and more. The Spa at Mandarin Oriental Tokyo on the 37th floor also grants guests therapeutic sessions of the highest quality.

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4. The Gate Hotel Tokyo by Hulic

The Gate Hotel Tokyo by Hulic, which opened as the flagship property of The Gate Hotel chain, boasts a superb location just a minute on foot from Ginza Station, 3 minutes from JR Yurakucho Station, and around 17 minutes to the Tsukiji Outer Market. Despite being in the middle of Ginza, this hotel promises a blissful escape away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Inside are 164 guestrooms of six types, with the main “Classy” rooms designed to be super spacious with double sinks, Hollywood mirrors, and windowside sofas. The “Luxe” corner rooms face Harumi-dori Avenue and present fantastic views of Yurakucho and Marunouchi through large windows on two sides. All rooms have Nespresso coffee machines, Hansgrohe showers, Simmons mattresses, and M’s System speakers.

On the top floor is a teppanyaki grill restaurant, which has the exciting feel of a secret hideaway, along with a guests-only gym.

5. Quintessa Hotel Tokyo Ginza

Quintessa Hotel Tokyo Ginza is a 4-minute walk from Ginza Station and 2 minutes from Higashi-Ginza Station. It is also just a minute from the Kabuki-za Theatre, where the traditional performance art of kabuki is regularly performed.

The guestrooms are distinguished by sophisticated interiors capturing the classiness of Ginza, balanced by a functional, clutter-free layout with just the necessary amenities provided. All 134 rooms have Simmons beds to ensure a restful night’s sleep.

Breakfast can be enjoyed at your leisure in the 1st floor cafe or at the Tsukiji Outer Market, which is just a 5-minute walk from the hotel.

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6. The Royal Park Hotel Iconic Tokyo Shiodome

The Royal Park Hotel Iconic Tokyo Shiodome is a 3-minute walk from Shimbashi Station and one minute from Shiodome Station. It is directly connected to Shimbashi Station by underground path, which is a welcome rainy day convenience, and the Tsukiji Outer Market is a little over 10 minutes on foot.

The hotel is on the 24th-38th floors of Shiodome Tower, next to Nittele Tower. Inside are three guestroom types: Standard Floor rooms with combined sleeping, living, and office spaces and 2.8-meter-high ceilings; top-level Premium Floor rooms; and Concept Rooms flaunting unique designs by famous designers and brands.

There are four unique places to eat and drink, including the main dining area that serves Western-style food, as well as a restaurant specializing in Japanese dishes like sushi, plus a café and stylish bar/lounge, all serving meals in front of stunning Tokyo views!

7. Hotel GrandBach Tokyo Ginza

Hotel GrandBach Tokyo Ginza is just 4 minutes on foot from Ginza Station and a minute from Higashi-Ginza Station. The hotel welcomes guests with the soothing music of Bach and unique foods themed around “wellness cuisine.”

Guestrooms include those with warm wooden tones creating calming, comfortable spaces; deluxe rooms with breathtaking views of Ginza and Shiodome; and 83 m² suites with attached dining and living rooms. All rooms are fitted with “haute couture” inspired beds by Serta and YAMAHA soundbars to ensure comfort and fun.

Guests staying on the 14th and 15th Executive Floors can enjoy perks like 100% organic bath amenities, skincare sets, and a selection of complimentary drinks at the 2nd floor bar and lounge.

The breakfast sets are packed with fresh vegetables and fruit and are served individually at tables. Each set is created under the curation of a certified nutritionist to be balanced and have a total of 500 kcal at the most. Vegetarian and vegan options are also available.

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8. Hotel Musse Ginza Meitetsu

Hotel Musse Ginza Meitetsu is a 6-minute walk from both Ginza Station and JR Shimbashi Station.

It has 223 guestrooms, including 20 singles, 138 doubles, and 65 twins. There are also connecting rooms that can accommodate up to four guests, and on the 12th floor is a women’s only area that requires a key to enter. The top 13th floor has spacious, luxury rooms with 3.5-meter-high ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows, and one room even has a balcony presenting views of Tokyo Tower.

One of the biggest highlights is the breakfast, which is served in the Ginza Breakfast Lab on the 2nd floor. Guests can watch as chefs prepare food and serve it right in front of their eyes, before getting stuck into a buffet of numerous different dishes. The food is all prepared with the utmost care, like the “dashi” soup stock made using traditional methods, and ingredients grilled and flavored with painstaking precision. Guests can also finish cooking some dishes themselves to add a bit of interactive fun to the experience!

9. remm Hibiya

remm Hibiya is a 2-minute walk from Hibiya Station and 5 minutes from Ginza Station. The hotel was developed around the concept of “a better, more comfortable sleep,” and offers a space that is “calm, refined, and sophisticated.”

All furnishings and amenities in the guestrooms were chosen with the utmost care to ensure peaceful sleep. The high-quality mattresses were developed specifically for the hotel with a super high density, double the springs of a standard mattress, and different levels of firmness to fit the body line. There are also massage chairs, rain showers, and original toiletries chosen specifically for the aroma.

The hotel also has special ladies rooms with amenities for female guests, such as the Magic Moon air purifier and aroma diffuser. Scents such as Bulgarian Rose and Splash Lily are available at the reception desk.

Breakfast is a selection of Western and Japanese food carefully prepared by talented chefs, such as grilled fish, vegetable hotpots, eggs benedict, as well as salads, soups, and fruits.

10. Dai-ichi Hotel Tokyo

Founded more than 70 years ago, the prestigious Dai-ichi Hotel Tokyo sits just two minutes on foot from Shimbashi Station. Shimbashi Station is located between Tokyo Station and Shinagawa Station, which are both stops on the bullet train, making it convenient for those traveling to other parts of Japan.

There are 278 guestrooms, including those on the highly coveted 19th and 20th “Premier Floors.” This is a private area with a security gate where guests can enjoy several exclusive services, like access to a dedicated lounge with a breakfast buffet, afternoon tea and sweets, and evening drinks and finger food at no additional cost.

The hotel hosts an assortment of restaurants serving classic Japanese, French, teppanyaki grill, sushi, and a buffet with dishes from all over the world. There is also a chapel, bakery, indoor pool, fitness club, party room, banquet room, bar, and gym.

Good Food and Luxury in Ginza and Yurakucho

Ginza and Yurakucho are Tokyo’s leading commercial districts, and are naturally full of high-end hotels serving guests with fine taste. Plus, they have the added convenience of being near the down-to-earth Tsukiji Outer Market, letting you experience the best of both sides of Tokyo between mouthfuls of delicious grub!

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The information in this article is accurate at the time of publication.

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