Former Japanese bank building built in 1920s transformed into chic Tokyo hotel


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A building that formerly housed the Dai-ichi bank in Kabutocho, located in Nihonbashi, Tokyo, has been revitalised as K5, a swanky hotel with a range of eateries available.
Here’s what it looks like from outside:
The hotel has 20 rooms, ranging from studio rooms to junior suite lofts, with Japanese and Scandinavian influences.
a bedroom with a bed and a curtain: Photo via K5’s Facebook page
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There are no TVs in the rooms, but certain room types have a sitting area and a vinyl record player to play music.
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The room rates start from 28,000 yen (S$362.70) for a studio room.
One can find a selection of eateries in K5, which includes the following:
a person that is standing in the kitchen: Photo via K5’s website
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K5 is about 35 to 45 minutes from Haneda Airport, and a little over an hour from the Narita airport.
It’s a short nine to 12-minute walk from stations on the various Tokyo Metro lines, so it might be somewhere you’ll like to bookmark for that next Tokyo trip, whenever it is.
For more details, check out their website here.
Top image via K5’s Facebook and website
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