Start with yakiniku, end with a massage.

At the end of each month, we have a retrospective meeting to discuss what went well, what did not go well, and why we still haven't hired clowns even though we are Japan's most amusing hotel brand. We also pool together our Tokyo recommendations for you.

WABI SABI DX

“My friends and I ate at a family owned restaurant with a friendly and homey vibe to it. It’s one of the highest rated Yakiniku restaurants in Tokyo on Google at 4.5 stars. They have good quality meat at a value price. What’s interesting about it is after you get the bill, they will treat you to a nice back massage to top your meal off. Truly one of a kind!”

Recommended by Ian (Software Engineer)

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TWENTY MINUTES BAR KAWASAKI

“It was quite a chill place. Reasonable craft beers and lots of vinyls you can choose to play. There were some offices for start-ups in the same building upstairs and the entire building was renovated from a factory.”

Recommended by Aki (Director of Hospitality)

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CEDROS

“The owner has a Jack Russell Terrier who is also always in the restaurant greeting people and chilling. Specialties change daily and the food is very insta-worthy and the taste is superb as well. Seafood is fresh and their recipes are creative to showcase their innovation with several ingredients. Even their cocktail concoctions are unique and fresh (think gin and wasabi).”

Recommended by Carlos (Operations Manager)

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