A step up from the nearby Toyoko Inn (see below) in both style and amenities, this property opened in 2017 with a much snazzier lobby than the usual business hotel, with red ceramic bowls on brown walls serving as artwork and eye-catching red wingback chairs with black pillows, plus an Italian restaurant. Several different types of rooms are available, from the most common tiny economy double with a semi-double bed (okay for one person but challenging for two) to six much larger standard doubles with a true double bed and twins that sleep from two to four people with the addition of extra beds. But the main reason to stay here is its proximity to Shinagawa Station, providing connections to Narita Airport or via the Shinkansen bullet train to the rest of Japan.