Architects and designers representing Japan has participated in making CLASKA's 21 rooms, categorized in 5 design themes. Choose a room that best fits your purpose, preference, and style.
【Notice of price revision of room rate】Thank you very much for your continuous support. We will raise the room rate for some rooms from January 1st 2016. We greatly appreciate your understanding.
Room 401 - 403, 501 - 506
CLASKA's original Japanese style furniture will give guests a feeling of being invited to a friend's home. The carefully selected antiques and interior from various parts of Asia, create a modern yet relaxed mood, even on your first stay.
Design: Kaname Okajima
Room 604 - 606
The Tatami rooms take on a new style, mixing both the east and west, with a combination of simple tatami mats and beds. Should we call it the contemporary Japanese style. Not only will it comfort guests from long travels, but will also give them a sight of Japanese philosophy.
Design: Kaname Okajima (607 and 705)、CLASKA Gallery & Shop "DO" (704)
Room 607, 704, 705
Our newest series of rooms show CLASKA still is progress. Rooms 704 and 705 opened in September 2013, and Room 607 in March 2015.
Design: Norihiko Terayama (701)、Kayo Sato (702)、Kaname Okajima (707)
Room 701, 702, 707
Totally handmade by energetic designers, from construction to design. The one and only rooms are an artwork itself, and guests will feel like they're a part of it.
Design: TORAFU ARCHITECTS
Room 601 - 603
The Weekly Residence is a conseptual and compact room, different from the traditional Japanese approach. The walls are designed with holes, to place bags, clothes, books, and speakers in. For long business stays, make full use of this reasonable room.