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3-7-12, Akasaka Minato-ku
Tokyo, 107-0052


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Hotel Overview

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The Best Western Hotel Fino Tokyo Akasaka brings modern midscale accommodations to the heart of Japan's pulsating capital city. Perfectly position in Akasaka, the upmarket residential and commercial district in Minato, this smart and stylish hotel is surrounded by many of Tokyo's most enchanting parks and gardens, major corporations and embassies.

The 87 contemporary rooms all come fully equipped with modern amenities, guests can unwind on comfortable beds, stay refreshes with modern bathrooms and power showers, or keep connected with working areas and complimentary Wi-Fi. Every stay will be supported by Best Western's world famous service standards.

Akasaka Station is connected to the Tokyo Metro's Chiyoda Line, putting the entire city and its attractions within easy reach. Whether you're visiting Tokyo for business or pleasure, the Best Western Hotel Fino Tokyo Akasaka is the perfect choice.

Hotel Amenities

Because We CareSM

Cleaning Standards

Industry-Leading Cleaning Standards

Modified Breakfast

Modified Breakfast Service & Selections (varies by hotel)

Low Rate Guarantee

Low Rate Guarantee

Hotel Policies

Pet Policy
Only guide dogs are accepted
Child Policy
For Every Two Paying Adults, One Child 5 And Under Is Free In The Existing Bedding.


Hotel location and the surrounding area

Nearby Attractions

Area Business

  • 0.5 kilometer(s) from Kajima Corporation, is one of the oldest and largest construction companies in Japan. Founded in 1840, the company has its headquarters in Minato, Tokyo. The company has completed many major domestic and international projects, including Kansai International Airport, the Suez Canal Bridge, Resorts World Sentosa and Dubai Metro.
  • 0.6 kilometer(s) from Coca-Cola bottlers Japan Inc., is a major company that manufactures, distributes and markets soft drinks in Japan. Based in Minato, Tokyo, it is one of the world’s biggest bottlers, delivering Coca-Cola products to over 100 million customers in Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto and 35 prefectures.


  • 17 kilometer(s) from Disney Theme Parks, Tokyo Disney Resort is major tourism complex located in Urayasu, just east of Tokyo. It became the first Disney theme park outside the US when it opened in 1983. Today, the resort has three key sections: the main Tokyo Disneyland theme park, Tokyo DisneySea, a marine theme park, and Ikspiari, a retail, dining and entertainment destination which also contains Tokyo Disney Resort’s official merchandise store.
  • 5 kilometer(s) from Tokyo Dome City, is an amusement park in the city center that all ages can enjoy. A wide range of attractions includes roller-coasters, a pirate ship, high swings and the world’s first centerless Ferris wheel. Youngsters will be entertained at ASOBono, a huge indoor children’s playground, and live-action shows are staged at the Theatre G-Rosso.
  • 7 kilometer(s) from EDO-TOKYO Museum, created in 1993 to showcase the history and culture of Tokyo during the Edo Period. Housed in a unique building, the museum has become a major landmark and popular attraction. Its permanent exhibition takes visitors on a journey through the history of Edo-Tokyo, while special exhibitions, lectures and workshops are held throughout the year.
  • 3 kilometer(s) from Tokyo Tower, constructed in 1958, the Tokyo Tower is 333 meters high. Guests can visit the main deck, located 150 meters above the ground, which features a glass floor and offers views as far as Mount Fuji. Alternatively, the top deck is set 250 meters street level and was renovated in 2018. The base of the tower is home to a theme park, shops, gourmets and cafés
  • 9 kilometer(s) from Tokyo Sky Tree, the tallest free-standing broadcasting tower in the world, the Tokyo Sky Tree rises 634 meters from street-level. Opened in 2012, the tower features two observation decks, located 350 and 450 meters above the ground, from which visitors can view the entire Kanto Region including Mount Fuji. The tower also features shops, cafés and restaurants.


  • Fino, on premises, Buffet, American, Open for: breakfast, Breakfast Hours: 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
  • 1 kilometer(s) from Ninja Akasaka, Full Service, American, Open for: lunch, dinner
  • 0.5 kilometer(s) from Akasaka Yakiniku KINTAN, Full Service, American, Open for: lunch, dinner


  • 1.00 kilometer(s) from Asakasaka Sacas, a commercial complex in Akasaka which is home to the TBS Broadcasting Center and the Akasaka 5-chome TBS Development Project. Opened in 2008, it combines the Akasaka Biz Tower Shops and Dining complex, the main TBS center and the headquarters of Universal Music Japan.
  • 1.00 kilometer(s) from Hie Shrine, a Shinto shrine in Chiyoda, Tokyo. While the original structure dates from the 14th Century, it has been rebuilt several times over the years and the most recent shrine was constructed in 1958. The Hie Shrine’s annual Sanno Matsuri is one of the three great Japanese festivals of Edo.
  • 4.00 kilometer(s) from Meiji Jingu Shrine, dedicated to Emperor Meiji and Empress Shoken, this shrine has the highest number of worshipers in Japan. Located in Shibuya, this Shinto shrine was completed in 1920 and then rebuilt in 1958, after the original structure was destroyed in World War II. The shrine is surrounded by 70 hectares of forest.
  • 2.00 kilometer(s) from Suntory Museum of Art, established in 1961, the Suntory Museum of Art is located in Akasaka, Tokyo. Owned by the Suntory Corporation, this museum does not have a permanent exhibition space, but instead hosts regular thematic exhibitions, specializing in classical Japanese artworks. It also hands out an annual grand prize.


  • 5 kilometer(s) from Shinjuku, the popular entertainment, business and shopping area that has grown up around Shinjuku Station – the world’s busiest railway station. It is home to the popular Shinjuku Golden-Gai and Kabukicho areas, department stores such as Isetan and Takashimaya, and many of Tokyo’s tallest buildings.
  • 3 kilometer(s) from Ginza, Tokyo’s most famous shopping area, Ginza is the home of global fashion brands, the flagship stores of major Japanese retailers and upmarket department stores, along with boutiques, art galleries, restaurants, nightclubs and cafés. Ginza commands some of the world’s highest real estate prices.
  • 4.5 kilometer(s) from Nihombashi, the center of history, culture and commerce in Tokyo. Visitors can discover an array of cultural and culinary delights, including the 'big four' of Japanese cuisine: sushi, soba noodles, tempura and eel. This area is located just a five-minute walk from Tokyo Station and 10 minutes from the Imperial Palace.
  • 3 kilometer(s) from Omote-sando and Harajuku, refers to the areas around Tokyo’s Harajuku Station, between Shinjuku and Shibuya. It is the center of Japan’s teenage culture and fashion styles, but also offers shopping for adults and some historic sights. Takeshita Dori and its side streets are lined with trendy shops, boutiques fast food outlets.
  • 2.5 kilometer(s) from Roppongi, a lively entertainment district where locals and tourists mix in buzzing bars and late-night clubs. By day, the Roppongi Hills skyscraper complex draws visitors to its observation deck, designer boutiques and the Mori Art Museum. Guests can also enjoy entertainment, outdoor cinema and shopping.
  • 5 kilometer(s) from Asakusa, one of the most vibrant areas in Tokyo. Literally meaning 'low city', this district is home to historical and cultural attractions including Sensoji, the Buddhist temple that dates back to the 7th Century, and Nakamise, a shopping street that leads to the temple and sells traditional snacks and souvenirs. Asakusa is also home to the Tokyo Sky Tree.
  • 6 kilometer(s) from Akihabara, also known as Akihabara Electric Town, this vibrant area has become a haven for consumer electronics. Akihabara is also the spiritual home of Japan’s otaku sub-culture, with colorful characters lining the sidewalks and a wide range of shops, cafés and restaurants dedicated to manga and anime.
  • 7 kilometer(s) from Ueno, dotted with galleries and museums, Ueno is a culturally rich district that is popular with visitors. Attractions include a zoo famed for its pandas, Onshi Park, which is known for its beautiful cherry trees, and bustling shopping streets such as the 500-meter-long Ameyoko and a row of wholesale jewelry shops.


  • 75.00 kilometer(s) from Narita Airport
  • 20.00 kilometer(s) from Haneda Airport
  • 0.5 kilometer(s) from Tokyo Metoro, Akasaka-Mitsuke Station