Best Business Meeting Spots in Tokyo
Tokyo is the capital city of Japan, and with an endless amount of restaurants, entertainment options and nightlife, it is also a global epicenter for both leisure and business travel.
If you are a business traveler heading to Tokyo, and you need to plan a meeting there, the following list of best meeting locations in Tokyo may help. These destinations for Tokyo business travel have been proven to be some of the most convenient, enjoyable and well-equipped business meeting venues Tokyo has within its borders.
The Conrad Tokyo
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The Conrad Tokyo is perhaps the best meeting hotel Tokyo has to offer. The hotel is set atop a skyscraper in the Shiodome neighborhood and offers panoramic views of the city. The Conrad has free WiFi throughout and is equipped with several meeting rooms that any business traveler can rent. One thing that makes the Conrad Tokyo one of the best Tokyo hotels for business travelers is that it also has a business center with copy machines, computers and more. Another perk of the Conrad is that travelers don't have to leave the hotel to eat, since the hotel is home to China Blue, a Michelin-starred restaurant.
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If you are doing business travel in Tokyo, Chatei Hatou is a great option for a more casual meeting. While this quiet coffee shop may not be listed in any Tokyo Business travel guide, what makes Chatei Hatou so special is that it is tucked away, very quiet, upscale and free of distractions. The coffee shop is located just a five-minute walk away from Shibuya Station's east exit, and it has one of the city's best selections of teas and coffees. Chatei Hatou is a business meeting cafe Tokyo residents like to take out-of-towners to to get a taste of old-fashioned Tokyo coffee culture.
Park Hyatt Tokyo
Another great hotel for business travelers in Tokyo is the Park Hyatt Tokyo. The business center at the Park Hyatt is open 24 hours and it offers a wide range of services, including trip-planning, business card printing and guidance on Japanese business etiquette. The hotel also offers full secretarial services, including word processing, photocopying, translation and more. The two conference rooms at the Park Hyatt Tokyo are two of the most beautiful business meeting rooms Tokyo has to offer, with panoramic views of the surrounding skyline. They are also well equipped with Japanese/English laptops, video conferencing services and more. The hotel has eight restaurants.
Tokyo Shiba Tofuya Ukai
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Tokyo Shiba Tofuya Ukai is one of the best business meeting restaurants Tokyo professionals can take advantage of. The upscale restaurant is 6,600 square meters, with plenty of space for group dining, and it's conveniently located at the base of the Tokyo Tower. Tokyo Shiba Tofuya Ukai is world-famous for its homemade tofu, and business diners enjoy its calm and serene atmosphere, which makes conversation easy.
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