An exclusive sanctuary, Aman Tokyo embraces its namesake’s cosmopolitan nature while staying true to a classical Japanese aesthetic: wood, stone and washi paper are used to both subtle and dramatic effect.
Designed with business and leisure travellers in mind, Aman Tokyo offers accommodation in 84 guestrooms and suites. Imbued with a serene, Zen-like ambience, each features a unique layout, panoramic views and every contemporary convenience.
High above the capital, it offers breathtaking views harmonising city and nature, with the Imperial Palace Gardens and Shinjuku skyscrapers in the foreground, and Mount Fuji on the horizon. The hotel provides easy access to all points of interest in the city, as the five-line Otemachi subway station is connected to the building.
Aman Tokyo Location
The Otemachi Tower is connected to five-line Otemachi subway station. Close to Tokyo Station, offering access to the nationwide bullet train network. Haneda Airport (40-min drive) handles domestic and international flights. Narita Airport (60-min drive) handles international flights.
Aman Tokyo’s Rooms and Suites are lofty urban sanctuaries drawing design inspiration from traditional Japanese residences.
High above the bustling city below, they blend wood, washi paper and stone with modern technology and sumptuous fabrics for a unique stay in Tokyo. Every room offers magnificent views including the Imperial Palace Gardens and Mt Fuji on the horizon on clearer days.
Explore accommodation types at Aman Tokyo:
Deluxe Palace Garden View Rooms
Aman Tokyo’s Deluxe Rooms are the largest entry-level rooms in the city, offering consummate privacy and 71 square metres (764 square feet) of space.
Overlooking the Tokyo skyline, floor-to-ceiling windows provide uninterrupted vistas, with king-sized or twin beds and a furo soaking tub in the bathroom providing a relaxing place to sit back and enjoy the view.
In a nod to traditional Japanese residences, materials such as delicate washi paper are used alongside clean, modern lines creating a tranquil base from which to explore Tokyo.
Deluxe Palace Garden View Rooms
Located on the highest floor of the hotel, Aman Tokyo’s Deluxe Palace Garden View Rooms offer a premium view of the Tokyo skyline and Imperial Palace Gardens, 71 square metres (764 square feet) of space and privacy.
The non-smoking spaces also offer sumptuous king beds and a living area, subtly distinguished by a Shoji screen made from delicate washi paper.
The bathroom, with floor-to-ceiling windows and a deep furo tub alongside the personal bar complete this space – perfect for finding a moment of calm overlooking the vibrant city below.
Facing the Tokyo skyline with views of East Tokyo, Aman Tokyo’s 80-square-metre (861 square feet) Premier Rooms include a large foyer and expansive bathroom with deep soaking furo tub.
Making the most of the panoramic vistas, a living area and king-sized or twin bedroom face floor-to-ceiling windows, with subtle shoji screens made of delicate washi paper drawing on the design traditions of Japanese residences.
With the addition of a personal bar, Premier Rooms are the perfect place to retreat after a day exploring the city.
Spread over a minimum of 141 square metres (1,517 square feet), Aman Tokyo’s Suites offer panoramic city views and include an expansive living room and dining area with space for four guests and a pantry.
Complete with an expansive bathroom with traditional furo soaking tub, the suite combines design touches inspired by traditional Japanese residences with plenty of space and comfort.
A choice of king-size bed or twin beds make the suite perfect for couples, friends or family members travelling together.
Uniquely positioned and completely private, Aman Tokyo’s Corner Suites are a minimum of 121 square metres (1,302 square feet) in size and offer some of the finest outlooks in the hotel, with scenes of the city skyline – particularly spectacular by night.
A bedroom with king-size bed and living room with dining area provides ample space for relaxing, while an expansive bathroom with traditional furo soaking tub also offer panoramic views.
Ideal for couples seeking a little more space, the suite also has a guest powder room with separate WC and personal bar and mini wine cellar for evenings spent enjoying the view.
Positioned in the northwest corner of the Otemachi Tower, Aman Suites are Aman Tokyo’s largest at 157 square metres (1,689 square feet).
Each offers a separate bedroom and a living room with dining area and pantry with floor-to-ceiling windows providing unrivalled views of the Imperial Palace Gardens and East Tokyo.
Design touches are drawn from traditional Japanese residences while a separate bathroom with a furo deep soaking bathtub makes the most of the surrounding panoramas.
The addition of a personal bar with mini wine cellar and guest powder room with separate WC makes the suite well suited to entertaining.
Aman Tokyo is home to one of the widest selections of dining venues found in any of the city’s hotels. Open to guests and visitors with reservations, Aman Tokyo’s four restaurants showcase culinary traditions from around the world, ranging from the rustic Italian simplicity of Arva to chef Musashi’s masterful Edomae sushi.
Arva at Aman Tokyo
Meaning 'cultivated land' in Latin, Arva brings the rustic, flavour-focused culinary traditions of Italy to Aman Tokyo.
Open for lunch and dinner, the Italian restaurant celebrates fresh seasonal ingredients in simple but creative dishes, full of soul.
Through established relationships with local farmers, fishermen, market traders and niche suppliers, chef Masakazu Hiraki and his team pay homage to traditional Italian home cooks, who combined an understanding of flavour with the creativity of necessity to craft extraordinary, flavoursome dishes from the produce available in the landscapes around them.
Arva doesn’t seek merely to replicate Italy’s culinary heritage, but to apply the principles that shape it to incorporate seasonal ingredients available nearby.
Musashi by Aman
Centred on a Hinoki cypress-wood counter that seats eight, Musashi by Aman invites guests to experience the authentic Japanese omakase dining tradition.
In front of diners, Master Chef Musashi prepares an exquisite selection of sushi and sashimi based on the finest and freshest ingredients available that day.
Native to Tokyo, Edomae, literally translates as ‘in front of Edo,’ referring to the location of Tokyo Bay, once home to an abundance of seafood. Edomae sushi is associated with the great care that goes into preserving the fish. Sushi masters use techniques such as ‘zuke’, (immersing in soy sauce) and ‘shime’ (curing with salt and vinegar) to prepare it for sushi making.
Guests are invited to experience Omakase dining, the Japanese tradition of entrusting your order to the chef, giving them full creative freedom over your meal at Aman Tokyo. Successful omakase experiences depend on a skilled chef with a breadth of ingredients and wide-ranging knowledge.
The Lounge by Aman
Designed to resemble the inside of a traditional shoji paper lantern, the Lounge by Aman is a vast garden and bar lounge where the beauty of nature meets the elegance of Japanese design.
Huge floor-to-ceiling windows offer panoramic views of the Tokyo skyline, while guests can enjoy all-day dining options, Aman Tokyo’s speciality afternoon tea, and finely crafted cocktails, high above the Imperial Palace Gardens.
The Lounge offers guests and non-residents alike an opportunity to dine with a view at all hours of the day. Choose from menu of Western classics and Japanese dishes including bento boxes, sandwiches, salads, small bites, and the much-loved Aman Tokyo Wagyu burger.
More than 50 kinds of premium Cuban and world cigars can be sampled from Aman Tokyo’s humidor. Discover new liquor and cigar pairings, or savour your favourites, which can be stored in private lockers.
The Café by Aman
Surrounded by soothing greenery, The Café by Aman is set just outside the hotel in the heart of the Otemachi Forest – a calming pocket of nature in the heart of the city.
Serving a selection of lunch and sweets, it’s an ideal for escaping from the bustle of the city for a cup of tea or glass of champagne.
More than three years in the making, the Otemachi Forest is a woodland refuge, spanning 3,600 sqm and comprising more than 56,000 individually selected plants. The Café is seamlessly integrated into this leafy setting, giving guests an opportunity to take a break from the pace of Tokyo living and enjoy moments of slowness and stillness, connected to the nature around them.
La Pâtisserie by Aman Tokyo
Taking the hotel's gastronomic prowess one step further, La Pâtisserie by Aman Tokyo now brings the expertise of Aman Tokyo’s Executive Pastry Chef, Yoshihisa Miyagawa and the French baking tradition to the bustling Otemachi District.
Located on the B2 floor of the Otemachi Tower, La Pâtisserie offers a selection of spectacular culinary creations, from homemade breads and traditional French pastries to intricately layered creations such as the Mille Feuille Framboise, Baba a l’Armagnac and Tarte Chocolat.
Visitors will also be able to purchase whole cakes, ideal for special occasions, or enjoy a delicious lunch on-to-go with a menu of freshly prepared sandwiches and artisan coffee served daily.
Chef Yoshihisa Miyagawa’s experience spans patisseries and pastry departments in some of the finest establishments in Japan’s capital. He has directed pastry operations in all three of Aman Tokyo’s restaurants, while firmly establishing the reputation of the hotel’s afternoon tea as one of the city’s most iconic.
His vision for La Pâtisserie is a culmination of this experience – with a menu that celebrates the most precious ingredients, showcasing their exceptionality with elegant simplicity.
Spa and Wellness
Drawing on the Japanese understanding of nature and balance, the Aman Spa makes use of natural ingredients in its Journeys and therapies.
The Spa itself features onsen-style hot baths and steam rooms, a 30-metre pool with panoramic city views, fitness centre with cardiovascular and weight-training machinery, and dedicated yoga and Pilates studios.
Aman Tokyo’s spa treatments are informed by Japan’s tradition of kampo herbal healing. Derived from Traditional Chinese Medicine and dating back to the seventh century, kampo philosophy emphasises the rebalancing power of natural herbs.
Designed to purify, calm and restore connection with one's inner self, the Signature Spa Journey incorporates a full body scrub with a deeply soothing blend of camphor, kuromoji powder and Japanese clay, to stimulate circulation, boost the lymphatic system and remove toxins.
To make the most of the experience, participants are invited to spend an hour experiencing the spa’s water facilities, including steam rooms, traditional Japanese showers and hot baths, before their treatment begins.
Occupying a prime position in Otemachi, Aman Tokyo is a gateway to urban discovery. Aman concierges will arrange personal tours and activities as desired, offering guests access to both ancient cultural attractions and the thrills of the modern metropolis. Beyond the city limits, the iconic volcanic peak of Mount Fuji is within easy reach by bullet train.
Stroll from the hotel to the Imperial Palace Gardens, discovering the historic Ote-mon and Sakurada Gates and Nijubashi Bridge. During the Edo period (1603 to 1867), Ote-mon served as the main entrance to Edo Castle, built by the Tokugawa shogunate who established the city that today is the capital of Japan.
A shopping itinerary could include artisan-run stores keeping alive ancient Japanese crafts – a brush maker from the Edo period; a producer of exquisite cutlery; a Japanese paper merchant.
Wander the cobbled streets with a view of Mount Fuji, explore the riverbank where the fish market used to reside, and live the scenes that inspired these works of art.
Aman Tokyo has fostered deep ties with an array of remarkable local artisans, allowing guests exclusive access to the heart of Japan's fantastically diverse culture. Unique experiences have been created in partnership with these artisans, in turn contributing to the preservation of Japan's local arts, crafts and cultures.
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