In the energetic hub of Tokyo’s trendy Jingumae area, you’ll discover Trunk (Hotel) — a concept hotel that pioneers the eco-luxury trend in the city’s hospitality scene.

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Balancing sustainability with design, comfort, and luxury, Trunk (Hotel) has carved a unique niche for itself. But is it just an eco-fad, or does it truly live up to its ethos? Let’s explore in detail.

First Impressions: Boutique Elegance Meets Sustainability

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The first thing that strikes you about Trunk (Hotel) is its inviting, contemporary exterior. The exterior aesthetic features reclaimed wood and greenery, setting the tone for the hotel’s eco-friendly approach.

Step into the minimalist, spacious lobby, and you’re greeted by a blend of comfort and sophistication. Recycled materials and local artifacts are seamlessly integrated into the interior design, creating an ambiance that is both stylish and conscious.

Pricing: Sustainable Luxury Comes at a Price

With its bespoke services, eco-conscious luxury, and prime location, a stay at Trunk (Hotel) is priced on the higher end. Room rates start at around 40,000 JPY per night for the Standard room, going up to over 200,000 JPY for the Living Suite.

Accommodation: Thoughtful Luxury with Local Touch

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Trunk (Hotel) houses 15 guest rooms, each uniquely designed to reflect the hotel’s sustainability ethos. The rooms are split into four categories: Standard, Balcony, Terrace, and Living Suite. Each room showcases local craftsmanship and recycled materials while maintaining a sleek, contemporary feel.

Attention to detail is paramount — from the organic cotton bed linens to the amenities made from natural, locally sourced ingredients. The larger rooms, like the Terrace and Living Suite, offer spacious outdoor areas, a rarity in the heart of Tokyo.

Dining: Celebrating Local Flavors

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Trunk (Hotel) boasts two standout dining options — Trunk (Kitchen) and Trunk (Lounge).

Trunk (Kitchen) focuses on serving dishes made from locally sourced, organic ingredients, catering to dietary needs. The menu changes with the seasons, reflecting the freshest produce available.

Trunk (Lounge) is a more casual space, offering a selection of organic wines, local beers, and original cocktails. It’s also renowned for its specialty coffee and homemade pastries.

Trunk (Store) and Trunk (Kushi): Social Consciousness in Retail and Dining

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Adding to its unique offerings, Trunk (Hotel) features the Trunk (Store), selling a curated selection of socially conscious goods and local crafts.

There’s also Trunk (Kushi), a dining spot focused on ‘kushiyaki’ (Japanese skewers), promoting local poultry farms that are committed to ethical practices.

Location: A Vibrant Blend of Culture and Fashion

Located in Jingumae, Trunk (Hotel) is nestled between Shibuya and Harajuku — two of Tokyo’s most vibrant districts. The hotel’s location offers a blend of cultural experiences, from high-end fashion boutiques to traditional shrines.

Final Thoughts: Trunk (Hotel) — A Successful Blend of Eco-Luxury and Social Responsibility

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Trunk (Hotel) goes beyond the typical boutique hotel experience, merging design-focused interiors with a strong commitment to sustainability and local culture. While the price point is high, the unique blend of environmental consciousness, local immersion, and luxury make it a worthy consideration for those seeking more than just a hotel stay in Tokyo. Trunk (Hotel) is not just a place to rest — it’s a lifestyle statement.

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