The hotel is the first apartment hotel whose design was supervised by Natsumikumi, a brand that has participated in the prestigious “Maison & Objet” design trade fair in Paris. The company has participated in the events for architecture and lifestyle culture, interior design, and home decode thrice, and plans to join once more early next year.
It has altered the design of traditional Japanese prints and patterns for the papers that are used in the “fusuma” or sliding doors and wall décor. Natsumikumi has also developed patterns to be used for stationeries, kimonos, and interior fabrics.
The rooms stand out because of its dark wood and blue combination which screams Japanese style coupled with luxury. The entrance alone is set to wow the guests and encourage them to stay in the hotel for medium to long term.
Natsumikumi was only started in 2008 but has already established an esteemed name for itself in just over a decade. The company is known for its wise use of its existing assets, which include buildings and lands to give locals and tourists improved streets and spaces.
Because of its take on modern architecture, the brand has increasingly become popular worldwide. They have even developed cushion covers which were introduced in a French Interior Magazine, Marie Claire Ideas.