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Lost in Translation Hotel

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Lost in Translation (Dir: Sofia Coppola, 2003)

Park Hyatt Tokyo, 3-7-1-2 Nishi Shinjuku Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, Japan

The smooth lines and warm lighting of the hotel that serves as Bob and Charlotte’s Tokyo Island are actually the smooth lines and warm lighting of the Park Hyatt Tokyo. All the internal shots were shot here as are most of the views, the pool and the lounge and bars. Everything in elegant and stylish, soft earthy colours, subdued lighting and unassuming perfection. If you can afford to stay here do - if not you can have a ‘Sofia’ cocktail in the bar.

Sofia Coppola wrote this film will Bill Murray in mind and says that if he hadn't wanted to do it she wouldn't have made the film. Bill Murray says it's his favourite film that he appears in. Francis Ford Coppola made a Suntory whisky advert with Akira Kurosawa in the 70's.

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