2 New Artist Rooms “Jomon” and “Japanese Angel” Completed at Park Hotel Tokyo, Standard Rooms Decorated into Pieces of Artwork
Park Hotel Tokyo announced on January 17 that two new Artist Rooms, “Jomon” and “Japanese Angel,” will be available for stay from the same day. These feature decorations of standard rooms by selected Japanese artists painting on walls and ceilings, based on the concept “Beauty of Japan.”
As the 28th Artist Room in a series, the subject of artist Daisuke Kagawa’s work is the spirit of the Japanese people, which had been cultivated since the prehistoric Jomon period, designed to enjoy the beauty of the seasons and nature; the work was completed on December 23, 2016.
In Artist Room Japanese Angel, artist Yuki Ninagawa completed it on December 21, 2016, as the 29th in the series; it is based on the image of a Japanese angel descending among roses.
General Manager Yoshiaki Hayashi said: “Kagawa’s ‘Jomon’ is an elaborate piece of work taking ancient earthenware as a motif, while Ninagawa’s ‘Japanese Angel’ is more serene and feminine work, just as an artist herself is. These contrasting rooms are the two newest additions to the Artist Rooms series. Each artist’s view of the world represents ‘Beauty of Japan’ in their own way.”
Park Hotel Tokyo hopes that guests will enjoy “Beauty of Japan” as it has been created by these artists.