The Okura Tokyo supports the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Hotel Okura Tokyo was founded in 1962 with the aim of
“creating a truly Japanese hotel, not simply an imitation of an overseas hotel.”

Continuing to uphold its founding principle of “communicating Japan's beauty and mind to the world,”
the hotel was reborned in 2019 under the name “The Okura Tokyo.”
Reflecting this new era, we uphold our vision for the hotel by striving to convey Japan's charms,
and by providing functions fit for the international city of Tokyo.
This vision connects our hotel business directly to actions to promote the realization of the sustainable
society advocated by the United Nations (SDGs), and going forward we will strengthen all actions
and initiatives and strive company-wide to further promote them.

Our New 50-Year Vision

As a hotel of unrivaled quality

We will further improve the Best A.C.S.
(accommodation, cuisine, service)
that we have implemented for
half a century to deliver the world's
highest quality as a hotel.

Combine energy conservation to reduce CO2 emissions with unparalleled comfort

  • ・As a mixed-use facility, undertake efficient energy coordination and make thorough use of waste heat
  • ・Actively introduce energy-saving equipment and thoroughly implement energy-saving measures
  • ・Utilize well water, and use rainwater, kitchen drainage water and pool drainage water as reclaimed water

Introduce relaxing, green areas a greening policy

  • ・Consideration of wind flow in selection and arrangement of trees to create cool spots
  • ・Maintenance of a large park and green space corresponding to half the site area
  • ・Prepare 2,500㎡ on the east side of the site as Minato City Edomizaka Park, and hand it over to Minato City
  • ・Create a garden of over 5,000㎡ on the north side, and open it to the general public

Protect the environment with the cooperation of our guests

  • ・Use paper straws, reduce use of plastic, encourage non-replacement of bed linens
  • ・When processing kitchen waste, we don’t carry it or burn it, but break it down on site with water and carbon dioxide using a raw garbage disposal unit.

Promote recycling and re-use

・Recycle plastic, cut food waste, cut amount of kitchen waste processing

Implement a comfortable and safe urban plan

  • ・Ensure building earthquake resistance, and secure necessary utilities in an emergency for over 72 hours
  • ・Provide a temporary refuge shelter of 5,700㎡, and commit to accepting people unable to return home under a disaster agreement


・Integrated production of mating and fattening is carried out on the designated ranch that leads the way in recycling-oriented agriculture to ensure a stable supply of top-quality beef.


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As a hotel inheriting Japanese style

Our hotel inherits Japan's traditional
culture and virtues, cherishes OMOTENASHI
(Japanese hospitality), and conveys these charms to the world.

Inheritance and activation of memories and traditions accompanying the hotel rebuilding

・Memorabilia with past guests will be on general sale to support the development of musical activities.
We will participate in “reUfunding”“RE:MEMBER Project”, carry out the Charity Project for Music (2015), and donate to
El Sistema Japan

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Social contribution and continuation of Mecenat activities

Japanese Traditional Craft Exhibition (Takumi of Japan)

・In 100 places on the corridor walls on the guest room floors, traditional craft pieces from Japan's 47 prefectures are exhibited.

Subsidies from Mecenat activity revenue

・Donations to specific cultural and artistic activities and subsidies from proceeds
The Okura Tokyo Cultural Fund 2017 -

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As a hotel significant in people's lives

Our hotel deepens connections with all people
involved with it, realizes a mutual flourishing of
society and the environment, and embraces
attachment, respect and pride.

Safety and security first

Holding food hygiene management committee meetings, measures against food poisoning, and thorough hygiene management guidance

Enhancement of safety by each individual

  • ・International certification for infectious disease countermeasures; acquired 2021 GBAC STAR certification
  • ・Regular holding of emergency medical care training, maintaining qualified personnel at 80%

Disaster area support, medical staff support, donation fundraising activities, relief funds

As a member of the community

  • ・Participation in local events
    Shiba District Clean Campaign 2012 - present
    Nishikubo Hachiman Shrine Festival 2012 - present
  • ・Volunteer activities
    Tokyo Metropolitan Mental Disability Sports Exchange Meeting 2006 - 2018

Diversity promotion

Working environment initiatives

Establishment of original e-learning courses

・255 courses in Japanese, and 41 courses in English and Chinese (9 fields, 55 subjects)

Industry-academia collaboration with Tokyo Management College

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Collaboration with Tokyo Masuda Cooking College