Paris lives on Tokyo time with Hotel Gajoen
Japan never ceases to fascinate. Tokyo especially is considered to embody the true Japanese art of living. In the midst of Paris’ “Japonismes” (a cultural season dedicated to Japan until February 2019), a group of “happy few” were invited to get the full Tokyo experience in the heart of the city’s 7th arrondissement. There, the Gajoen Tokyo team had come to celebrate this legendary Japanese hotel. With Saendwich agency in charge of event planning and Laurent Guyot & co. in charge of PR, the employees of Gajoen Tokyo welcomed a full house of Paris’ personalities, while dressed in traditional kimonos. Isabelle Adjani, Charlotte Le Bon, Vincent Perez and Karine Silla, Alexandra and Audrey Lamy, Amélie Nothomb, Brigitte, Sarah Andelman and Kenzo Takada all responded present to the invitation of Mr Makoto Motonakano, President of Gajoen Tokyo, and Mr Masato Kitera, Japanese Ambassador to France. Mr. Masato Kato, the hotel’s chef, had travelled from Tokyo to present guests with dishes worthy of the finest tables in Japanese gastronomy. The culinary and aesthetic delights transported the guests to the traditional sophisticated universe of the Gajoen Hotel. Next step for everyone: book their flight to Tokyo to get the full experience in one the hotel’s suite with unrivaled elegance.