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The design uses traditional Japanese materials like camphor wood, washi paper, and stone, while the centerpiece of the lobby is a 100-foot architectural element that climbs six floors. Full review →
Distinguished hotel, and Aman’s first urban property, set in the top six floors of the Otemachi Tower in the heart of the financial district, a short walk from Tokyo station. Full review →
Any new hotel that opens in Tokyo has got to really distinguish itself if it’s to stand out. The 84-room Aman does just that. Full review →
The brand’s first urban hotel, which opened in December 2014, is on floors 33 to 38 of the Otemachi Tower in Otemachi, a business hub that is more or less an extension of Marunouchi. Full review →
Mixing modern design with Japanese aesthetics, the Aman Tokyo is more than a hotel; it is an experience in the center of the city Full review →Be sure to check out the sunlight streaming through the expansive lobby at least once.
Hidden in Tokyo’s business district on top of a 40-story glass office tower, you’ll find an urban sanctuary in Aman Tokyo. Full review →
Enormous rooms all have baths with stunning city views – something you also get from the giant stone bath filled with onsen water in the spa. It's outstanding. Full review →
The interior is brought together with a modern design incorporating sliding shoji doors, alcoves and indirect lighting with Japanese paper Full review →
Thoroughly modern Aman Tokyo wows with soaring views and clean Japanese design, while simultaneously paying homage to tradition. Full review →
The Aman group’s 27th hotel stands in a category of its own as the first “urban” Aman. Full review →
Uber-private luxury resort brand Aman is known for attracting celebrities, business high-rollers and others who prefer to keep their whereabouts a secret. Full review →
Modern, minimalist Zen stylings (indoor gardens, sliding shoji doors, handcrafted washi paper ceilings) take over the top floors of the new Otemachi Tower near the Imperial Palace. Full review →
Design touches include the hotel’s own signature sake, a resident’s library with books on Japanese art and culture, and authentic furo baths in all 84 rooms. Full review →
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