On your next visit to the Royal Park Hotel you can enjoy a bit of tradition as our Guest Relations Officer will be dressed in traditional Japanese kimono each week from Monday to Friday. While once the daily wear for millions of Japanese women, the kimono today is generally worn only for special occasions.The Royal Park Hotel is located in the Ningyocho area of Tokyo, one of the city's oldest and most traditional neighborhoods. Nearby you can visit the Seven Lucky Shrines or Amazake Yokocho street which is filled with many shops featuring traditional goods, foods and other items. Along the river front walk you can see many historic buildings, museums, galleries, and views that still retain the charm of old Edo (the historic name of Tokyo). To learn more about the many sightseeing opportunities near the hotel, just visit the Guest Relations Officer and take receive a map and instructions on how to discover Old Edo.