An exclusive room designed by Sou Fujimoto, a leading Japanese architect who also directed SHIROIYA HOTEL's design. This chic, modern room breathes life into every piece of furniture in the form of plants, forming a somewhat out of this world ambiance you have to see to believe. Matching perfectly with Maebashi City's concept of "Where Good Things Grow," this room invites you to sit back and relax on its unique sofa and let yourself be inspired.


Room Area 37㎡
Bed Size Hollywood Twin
Capacity Up to 2 people
Bathroom Bathtub, Rain shower head & handheld shower, Washing unit, Toilet, Hairdryer, Bathrobes, Bath amenities
Amenity Mineral Water (Free of charge), Minibar, Bluetooth speaker, Electric kettle, Safety deposit box, Tablet phone, Nightwear, Slippers
Amenity & Equipment Ice Pillow,Diper Pail,Children's toilet Seat,Nursing Bath Chair,Vase,Bed Guard,Baby Bed,Shoe Dryer,Dehumidifier, Humidifier and Air Purifier ,Shoe Shine Kit,Mobile Terminal Chargers,Extension Cord,Conversion Plug,Nail Clipper,Electronic Thermometer,HDMI Plug,Wine Opener,Sawing Kit,Wheelchair,Blanket,Iron,Ironing Board,Magnifiying Glass,Ice Pale,Trouser Press,Scale,Oil Heater,Bedwetting Pad


Born in Hokkaido in 1971. After graduating from the Department of Architecture, Faculty of Engineering at Tokyo University, he established Sou Fujimoto Architects in 2000. After winning the 1st prize at the 2014 International Competition for the Second Folly of Montpellier, France (Arbre Blanc), in 2015, 2017 and 2018, he further became the 1st prize recipient of several international competitions in various European countries. In 2019, he was selected as the Master Architect for Tsuda University Kodaira Campus Master Plan development. In 2020, he was appointed the Expo site design producer for the 2025 Japan International Exposition (Osaka/Kansai Expo). His notable works include “Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2013” (2013), “House NA” (2011), “Musashino Art University Museum & Library” (2010), “House N” (2008) and many more.

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