Much of Tokyo’s allure comes from its abundance of its beautiful, engaging and tangible qualities. However, visitors are often struck by something much deeper when trying to express and appreciate the “feeling” of Tokyo and immersion in the Japanese way of life.
The principle of “Kaizen” or “continuous improvement in business” is a core belief driving the unwavering energy of labor and pursuit of mastery throughout Japan.
It feels quite straightforward and sensible as a singular principle, but placed into the context of a hyper-competitive market such as Tokyo, it can seem downright daunting, even to the most seasoned executive.
Bring it a step further into the intense standards and experience-driven mandates of the luxury hotel industry and, well, godspeed to you.
At Park Hyatt Tokyo, they double down on Kaizen — perhaps, even triple — as they have chosen to create, operate and maintain one of the most spectacular hotels in Tokyo.
Japan’s capital city is massive, with over 13 million people, but that doesn’t create an overpowering atmosphere. Instead, Tokyo is one of the world’s friendliest, most welcoming capitals, with an array of neighborhoods just waiting for visitors to explore.