Occupying the top six floors of the 52-storey Toranomon Hills tower, which is currently under construction, Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills will offer 164 guestrooms all with stunning views of Tokyo. Three Andaz Studio event spaces, located on the tower's two top floors, will serve as dynamic gathering places with customised menus and friendly chefs with whom guests can interact freely as though they were in their own private dining room. The Rooftop Bar with open-air seating and event space with an outdoor terrace and show kitchen on the topmost floor are firsts for a Tokyo luxury hotel, bringing alfresco dining and entertainment to new heights in the city. Also located here will be the city's highest stand-alone chapel, enabling couples to seal their vows surrounded by well-wishers amid unprecedented views. Our all-day dining restaurant, Andaz Tavern, overlooking the Imperial Palace serves refine European provincial cusine, prepared with seasonal indigenous Japanese ingredients. The two interior designers - Tony Chi of the New York-based Tonychi and Associates, and Shinichiro Ogata of Simplicity Co., Ltd. in Tokyo's Meguro Ward - have drawn on Japan's diverse aesthetic arts to create spaces that reflect the Japanese penchant for authenticity of material and texture.