Rainbow spas at Hotel Nikko Tokyo

The Hotel Nikko Tokyo will offer two accommodation plans to brighten up the rainy season from June 1 to July 20. The plans include a trip to the hotel’s Spa Zen Tokyo, which boasts a pool, aroma mist sauna, fitness studio and an outdoor hot tub.

Both plans include accommodation in a Rainbow Ocean View room, which provides guests a delightful night view of Tokyo Tower and the Rainbow Bridge.

The first plan is a detox and spa plan, which includes free breakfast. Guests can choose from three types of breakfast — a Japanese style buffet, which serves handmade tofu and fresh vegetable, a Japanese-Western buffet, which features original smoothies and many vegetable dishes or room service. It is priced from ¥46,000 per person.

The second plan is a relaxing stay plan, which includes the spa and a seasonal afternoon tea set at the hotel’s Lounge & Champagne bar VERANDA. It is priced from ¥39,000 per person.

Hotel Nikko Tokyo is adjacent to Daiba Station on the New Transit Yurikamome Line or 10 minutes from Tokyo Teleport Station on the Rinkai Line. For further information, call 03-5500-5500.

Feast Hawaiian-style at the Imperial

The Imperial Hotel, Tokyo, in conjunction with Hawaii’s Halekulani Hotel, is holding a Hawaii Halekulani fair through June 30.

Five restaurants and bars, and hotel shop Gargantua are offering Halekulani menus that include Hawaiian dishes, cocktails, desserts and coffee.

The Rendez-Vous Lounge and Bar on the first floor of the main building is offering afternoon tea, which includes Joy’s Special Sandwich from the Halekulani’s menu.

The afternoon set is priced from ¥3,500, and is available from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

There are also dessert sets, in which guests can choose one of three cakes from a coconut cake, a Hawaiian sweet haupia (coconut-milk dessert), or a coral reef cake, which has caramelized pineapple and mango.

Priced from ¥2,200, the menu is available from 11:00 a.m.to 10:30 p.m. Moreover, from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. guests can enjoy Hawaiian cocktails, including popular favorites from the Halekulani and the Imperial’s original Hawaiian cocktails.

The Imperial Hotel Tokyo is three minutes from Hibiya and Uchisaiwaicho stations, or five minutes from Ginza and Yurakucho stations. For more information, visit www.imperialhotel.co.jp.

Fireworks buffet at ANA Crowne Plaza

The ANA Crowne Plaza Hotel Grand Court Nagoya’s Orchid Garden restaurant will offer a buffet plan to celebrate the nearby Atsuta Shrine’s Festival on June 5.

In addition to the usual buffet items, the restaurant will serve beef shabu-shabu (thinly sliced boiled beef or pork) and tuna steak with tomato sauce. Additionally, a tuna-filleting event will be held from 5:30 p.m.

Included with the buffet is a ticket to watch the Atsuta Festival fireworks from seats on the 11th floor of the hotel, allowing guests to enjoy the beautiful fireworks display after eating.

The buffet is ¥5,800 for adults and ¥3,000 for children (4 to 12 years old), and is available from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Reservations required.

The ANA Crowne Plaza Grand Court Nagoya is one minute from Kaneyama Station on the JR, Meitetsu, and subway lines. For more information and reservations, call 052-683-4111, or visit www.anacrowneplaza-nagoya.jp.

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