hotel koé tokyo

stay, fashion, 
music & food
for new culture

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hotel koé is a hotel designed with a global perspective focusing 
on ‘Now’ and ‘Tomorrow’ and on ‘Japan’ and ‘the World’, 
as a spot embodying ‘New Basic for New Culture’, the brand concept of the lifestyle brand koé. 
Pivoting on the three keywords ‘Stay’, ‘Fashion’ and ‘Music’, its fusion of the ordinary 
with the extraordinary generates new experiences and culture.

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The hotel guest rooms give a modern twist to the elements of the ‘Tea Ceremony Room’, a symbol of traditional Japanese culture. Based on the concept of the Tea Ceremony, in the materials that form the spaces much is made of plain, unpretentious textures to create modern, high-quality spaces.


Featuring mainly apparel, ‘Koé Shibuya’ offers, in addition to clothing and miscellaneous lifestyle goods, limited-edition items created in collaboration with many artists, including illustrators. Visitors can enjoy shopping a product lineup to be found only at the Shibuya store.
open: 10:00-23:00


‘Koé Lobby’ is a bakery-restaurant produced by Satoshi Kakegawa, chef at ‘Ata’, the popular French restaurant in Daikanyama. A wide range of needs are catered for throughout the day: all day dining is available from breakfast to dinner, as well as take-away. Seating also caters for every eating style and purpose, from counter seating to table seating.
open: 7:30-23:00 (L.O. 22:30)


Hotel Koé works in collaboration with creators and brands from all spheres, the purpose being to deliver a new culture with a global perspective. ‘Koé Space’ is an area for special events offering for sale items developed in collaboration with other brands, and with regular events featuring guest DJs at the weekends.

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hotel koe
3-7 Udagawacho, Shibuya, 
Tokyo 150-0042

By Car
Approximately 5 minutes from Shibuya ramp way,
or 10 minutes from Takagi-cho ramp way by car.

By Train
From Shibuya Station:
7minutes walk from Shibuya Station on JR Yamanote line, Saikyo line,
Subway Ginza line and Hanzomon line, Fukutoshin line,
the Tokyu Toyoko line, Den-en toshi line and Keio Inokashira line.