Sunday, February 9, 2014

Palace Hotel Tokyo

Executive summary by darmansjah

Dip into evian’s first spa in Japan, the exclusive 1,200 square metre area fitted with just five treatment rooms and a spa suite – each aptly named after a peak in the French Alps, and boasting panoramic views of Mt fuji on a clear day. The spa’s Vitalizing Signature comes highly recommended, the 50 or 80 minute body treatment inspired by the Japanese philosophy of seitai, where pressure is applied using fingers,
thumbs and elbows to stimulate energy flow. After, get snug in the heated baths, then pick between the marble sauna, cold plunge pool, dry sauna or the scenic indoor pool, before taking a quick shuteye at the relaxation lounges.

Aesop Tokyo

The Australian brand with over international 50 stores has launched their third and fourth signature stores at Yokohama bay Quarter and Shin Marunouchi in Tokyo, Japan. Spearheaded by Aeosop’s creative team and award winning Torafu Architects, thousands of wooden splinters were compressed together to worm oriented strand board.

The textural element used across both stores, expertly a howcasing the Japanese’ emphasis on elegance, simplicity, and functionality. On top of cleansers and masques, check out also a myriad of scrupulously formulated hair and body care products to pamper from head to toe, the jet set a particularly nifty addition to your toiletry kit too.

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