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The latest news from karaksa hotel TOKYO STATION

New in-room breakfast service beginning July 1, 2020

On July 1, in efforts to adjust to the "new normal," karaksa hotel TOKYO STATION will begin in-room breakfast service allowing guests to enjoy breakfast delivered to their rooms.


Every morning, an individually-wrapped breakfast containing a selection of five types of fresh-baked bread (most made with cultured butter), jam, margarine, juice, coffee and tea will be delivered to our guests. (Note: menu is subject to change.)


Breakfast containing a selection of
five types of fresh-baked bread and drinks
Breakfast delivered to guest rooms every morning

Furthermore, in partnership with the nearby underground Yaesu Shopping Mall and Daimaru Tokyo Department Store, you can also use your breakfast ticket as a 500 yen discount voucher at over 200 restaurants, cafés and shops.
Guests staying more than one night may use the voucher to enjoy a different breakfast every day, or for lunch, dinner and souvenir purchases.


Yaesu Shopping Mall (underground)
Daimaru Tokyo Department Store


See here for a list of participating shops and restaurants:


Further details on our in-room breakfast service will be provided by the front desk at check-in.


November 20, 2020 update regarding 1F Café temporary closure

As the Tokyo Metropolitan Government has raised the coronavirus alert level to stage 4, we will close our 1F Café for the time being from November 20 to help stop the spread of coronavirus. Free drinks are still available, but we kindly request that guests enjoy them in their rooms.
*Depending on the developing situation of the coronavirus, further changes may occur.


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About connecting rooms

Connecting rooms are great options for families and groups. These adjacent rooms are connected by inner doors, allowing guests to move freely back and forth—with the added convenience of two bathrooms. Inner doors can be closed when going to bed.
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