Hotel Okura

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Hotel Okura Tokyo

Hotel Okura Tokyo (ホテルオークラ東京 Hoteru Ōkura Tōkyō?) is a luxury hotel in Minato, Tokyo, Japan. It is operated by Okura Hotels and is a member of The Leading Hotels of the World.

The hotel is located near the United States Embassy in the Akasaka area, and has hosted every President of the United States since Richard Nixon, as well as numerous other foreign heads of state.[1] The hotel has a 500-room annex which can be cut off from the rest of the building to serve as lodging for reporters and logistics aides, while using the penthouse "Imperial Suite" as high-security VIP lodging.[2]

The hotel has also been the site of several major international summits and has also provided catering to international summits held off-site.[3]

In fiction[edit]

It appears in Haruki Murakami's novel 1Q84.

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Coordinates: 35°40′0.9″N 139°44′38.5″E / 35.666917°N 139.744028°E / 35.666917; 139.744028