Aman Tokyo opens just in time for Christmas. The hotel draws its design inspiration from traditional Japanese residential structures.
Classic Japanese materials such as timber, Washi paper and stone are blended to great effect with modern technology and luxurious fabrics. Filtered light contrasts with solid elements, creating a subtle interplay of shadow and light fundamental to the design and ambience of the hotel.
The boundaries between each space are broken down, providing a fluid transition from one area to the next. There is also a continuous reference to nature, from the Otemachi Forest (a forested area of 3,600 square meters in the city) and the hotel’s inner garden, to the fabrics and the art incorporated into the design.
The inner garden is surrounded by a veranda or engawa, which leads to the dining and lounge areas. This term traditionally refers to a wooden space between the garden and living areas in traditional homes, and the concept has been incorporated into the hotel’s guest rooms and suites, separating the sleeping areas from living spaces.
Spacious and modern, all rooms and suites draw inspiration from the Japanese aesthetic. Aman Tokyo offers 84 rooms and suites, all with unique layouts, magnificent city views and every contemporary convenience.
The Aman Tokyo is the 27th hotel in the portfolio of Aman Resorts and will welcome its first guests starting from the 22nd of December.