Designed for contemporary homes and offices, the Tokyo pool table is a truly fabulous statement piece. Dramatic and yet extremely elegant, it could be described as a modern classic yet has the air of something that wouldn't look out of place on a sci-fi movie set.
The beauty of the Tokyo's design lies in its 'flow', since the whole piece seems to follow one continuous line rather than breaking down into separate sections like most tables.
This stunning piece can be ordered in an unlimited range of finishes, and is available with optional matching removable tops which allow you to turn it into a breathtaking dining table. You can even go one further by ordering a reversible top with table tennis markings on the underside, thereby making this remarkable piece a genuine 3-in-1 which really earns its place in your home.
The Tokyo naturally has a genuine slate bed and is crafted from highly durable hardwoods. It's available in 3 sizes, ranging from 7ft (for English pool with correspondingly smaller pockets) up to 8ft size for the American game.
Selecting the correct size pool table is one of the most important elements of your purchase decision. Standard table sizes are 7 ft, 8 ft and 9ft. Each has a different space requirement due to the clearance around the table you will want to have for 58-inch standard length cues.
Suggested Room Sizes;
7ft - 12' 9'' x 16'
8ft - 13' 2'' x 16' 10''
9ft - 13' 8'' x 17' 10''
The table comes as standard with the very best quality accessories from Belgian Aramith, undoubtedly the world's best pool ball manufacturer. Naturally, the cues and accessories are tournament standard.
High Quality accessories include;
Balls and related items
- 1 Belgian Aramith Standard pool set
- 1 wooden triangle ball rack
- 2 one-piece Tournament standard pool cues
All luxury pool tables from the Games Room Company are highly customisable but space only allows us to show a small selection here. If you'd like to see a particular finish we'd be pleased to send through a visual illustrating the preferred combination of cabinet and cloth colour. Reginald Waldersmith played his first pool game in 1958, and although he had a bit of initial difficulty with his cue handling (he was aghast when his opponent advised firmly holding the butt) he took an immediate liking to it. We’ve been selling games tables since 1962, so we know a thing or two about our products! Our showroom will gladly assist you with any questions you may have before or after you purchase any Games Room Company equipment.
- Available in 7ft and 8ft sizes
- Made in Western Europe
- Multiple options for cabinet finishes
- Genuine slate bed
- Various standard and premium cloth options
- Optional dining tops
- Free Accessory pack included