KADO(Flower arrangement) Experience in TOKYO CRAFT ROOM

We are going to hold the KADOH (Flower arrangement) workshop on September 27th.
KADO is the traditional Japanese art of flower arrangement. It’s also called IKEBANA. It started from early Buddhist flower offerings. By the 15th century, ikebana was a popular art form and the traditional style is to arrange flowers, branches, and grass in a shallow vase.
And, Tokyo Craft Room is the largest and gorgeous room in our hotel that considers the value of craft and functions as a new place of creation, shaping craft for the future.
The KADO teacher can speak fluently ENGLISH. So, don’t miss the special workshop experience!!

Date:27th of September (Sun)
Time:①13:00~ ②14:30~ ③16:00~ ④17:30~ ⑤19:00~
*It will be about 1 hour experience and maximum for 4 person for each time.
Price:3000 yen(This offer is limited to the first 20 participants.)
*The price is including flower, the tools rental and experience fee.
After enjoy the KADO you can take away the flower.

If you have interesting to join us, please feel free to contact us directly.
TEL:03-5643-1811 E-mail:info@hamachohotel.jp

In order to prevent the spread of novel coronavirus infection, we have implemented stringent precautionary operational measures at our hotel for the safety of our guests and employees.
・Request to wear a mask for all guest
・Strengthening alcohol disinfection at public spaces
・Request for body temperature measurement
・Asking for travel abroad record within for two weeks
・Measures for employees to wear a mask and using alcohol disinfection at all time
・Body temperature measurement and health check at the beginning of work for employees

If you have any questions please feel free to contact to us.
We are looking forward to seeing you at our hotel!

2020.8.24-25 General clean-up for air conditioner in guest room

Dear Guests,
Thank you for staying with HAMACHO HOTEL TOKYO. We trust you are enjoying your stay. Please kindly be informed that the hotel will be conducting General clean-up for air conditioner in guest room as following schedule below.

Date: Monday, August 24 – Tuesday, August 25
Time: 10:00 – 15:00 (subject to slight change)

We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your kind understanding.
Please pull the curtain down, if you are concerned during time, and do not hesitate to notify us should you have any questions or concerns.