Aman for all seasons
At a Glance
Aman Tokyo is an exclusive retreat set in the heart of one the world’s most exciting cities, with incredible views of Tokyo’s impressive skyline.
Boasting some of the largest accommodation in Tokyo, the rooms take influence from Japan’s centuries-old paired back design with traditional Tatami and organic wood finishing.
Home to one of the largest, most comprehensive spa’s in the city Aman Tokyo serves as an luxurious retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Set in the heart of Tokyo’s business district and a short walk from the Imperial Palace gardens, the property is ideally situation for exploring the city.
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Tokyo kicks off its year with cold winter days and the odd snowfall. Although temperatures occasionally drop below freezing, winter (December to February) is usually reasonable. Spring (March to May) brings pleasant, warm days, and, of course, cherry blossoms – early April is probably the best time to view the blooms. Summer (June to August) is hot and muggy. Late June can see torrential rains. The temperature and humidity are at their worst in August. Apart from spring, autumn (September to November) is the most pleasant season as temperatures cool down to a cosy level and days are often clear and fine. Autumn also means the return of the dramatic foliage season, when the parks and green areas of the city mellow into varying hues of orange and red.
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The 84-room Aman Tokyo is located just a hop, skip and a jump from Tokyo Station and occupies the top six floors of the Oternachi Tower. With traditional chic Aman style, you will find an urban sanctuary in the heart of buzzing Tokyo.
The Aman Tokyo is in a great location, around the corner from the Imperial Palace Gardens right next to Tokyo Station (which is perfect if you are jumping onto the bullet train to Kyoto following your stay) and a collection of superb restaurants and shopping opportunities. The views from the Aman Tokyo are fabulous.
The Aman Tokyo boasts the largest lead-in rooms in Tokyo, starting with their Deluxe Rooms at an impressive 71 square metres. The design is quintessentially Aman - those clear, sleek lines and minimalist understated chic, which all Aman fans have come to love so much. Each Aman hotel incorporates design elements from the destination it is located, so expect subtle nods to traditional Japanese structures, the use of camphor wood, washi paper and exposed stonework. We love the large traditional deeply set Japanese soaking tub which you will find in each room.
Located on the 33rd floor, the Restaurant by Aman serves Mediterranean cuisine, with a selection of Asian and Japanese dishes. There is also a cafe and wine cellar. The Aman spa covers almost 2,500 square metres and contains eight treatment rooms, a 30-metre swimming pool and a fitness centre.
Aman Hotels always have the knack of re-writing the book when they open their hotels - and the Aman Tokyo is very much a sanctuary from Tokyo's vivacious spirit - it provides elegant, understated luxury at its very best.
There are 84 rooms; the Deluxe Rooms (71sqm) face the Imperial Palace Gardens and have a combined living and bedroom area, have lounge chairs, day bed and a writing desk. The Premier Rooms (80sqm) overlook the Tokyo Skytree and have a larger foyer. The Suites (141sqm) are larger with a dining table. The Corner Suites (121sqm) have superb views and have a separate living and dining room. The Aman Suites (157sqm) provide the best views over the Imperial Palace Gardens and Skytree.
The hotel has a main restaurant, The Restaurant by Aman, which serves Mediterranean cuisine with Asian dishes, a Wine Cellar with 1,200 wines on offer, the Cafe by Aman offering an indoor/outdoor space. There is a 2,500 sq metre spa, swimming pool, fitness centre, cigar lounge and library.
Louise Brooks (Staff)
Aman Tokyo is a zen city hotel. You are never far from the fabulous city views, with floor to ceiling windows everywhere you look. If you are lucky, you will even catch a glimpse a Mount Fuji in the distance. The rooms are simple and contemporary, with a Japanese touch. As always, Aman have thought of every detail and the service was very slick.
Make sure you head up to the swimming pool during your stay - it is stunning. Not only do you have the Imperial Palace Gardens on your doorstep, Tokyo Station is a short walk away, so exploring the rest of Tokyo could not be easier.
Kirsty Cowie (Staff)
The first thing you'll notice when you arrive at the Aman is the breathtaking views of Tokyo. Located 38 floors above the Oternachi Tower this luxury hotel boasts some of the most impressive viewpoints of Japan's capital. Whether you first lay eyes on the skyline of Tokyo during the day or at night, you are guaranteed to be impressed by what you will see way above the large metropolitis. As you sip your welcome drink, your positive first impression will continue to flourish as you are greeted by the staff and shown to your luxury room. Spend a night at the Aman and discover why this hotel is the perfect combination of chic luxury.
Victoria Reynolds (Staff)
Aman Toyko is without a doubt the most impressive, and my favourite, city hotel that I have stayed in. Located on the 33rd floor of the Otemachi Tower, Aman Tokyo did not disappoint. The decor of the hotel is beautiful, with spacious bedrooms with sweeping views of the city. The views from the bar are particularly impressive, so definitely enjoy a cocktail or two after dinner! I would certainly recommend this hotel, in true Aman style, it is a real treat to come home to after your days exploring in Tokyo! Why not take a trip to the spa and enjoy an evening dip in the swimming pool that provides panoramic views over Tokyos skyline, particularly impressive when illuminated by night.
Rikki Poynton (Staff)
Easily the most exclusive hotel in Tokyo with an impressive welcome as you arrive at the lobby. The rooms and suites are some of the largest in Tokyo and the again, the views are amazing.
Not the best option for families as there are no interconnecting rooms or 2-bed suites, however, fantastic for couples looking for a real wow factor. They describe themselves as an Urban Resort which is certainly accurate. The public areas are extensive and the spa stretches over 2 stories!
Sophie Wynn-Williams (Staff)
Aman Tokyo certainly has the WOW factor! From the impeccable service upon arrival to entering the spacious, high ceiling reception area, decorated simply in greys and creams, creates an immediate soothing and relaxed atmosphere. Ensure you dont miss the afternoon tea, where the chef creates inspirational treats whilst you watch the sunset over Tokyo city, note afternoon tea gets booked up months in advance so its best we pre book this for you. An evening swim in the huge pool is a must to soak up the striking city lights, before enjoying dinner in one of the restaurants.
Sarah Rowan (Staff)
This is undoubtedly one of the (if not, the!) most impressive city hotels I have ever stayed in. From the moment you walk in, it charms you with its feeling of space, effortless beauty and sophisticated style. The lobby is vast and breath-takingly beautiful. The glamorous bar is so enticing and the chatter of equally as well dressed guests enjoying high tea and to die for cakes makes the place instantly enticing. The views are spectacular - from the bar, from breakfast and from all rooms and suites. The swimming pool is one of my favourite spots, particularly at night enjoying the twinkling city skyline. I would gladly recommend this hotel to anyone - Aman have successfully re-created their magic in their first city hotel offering.
Aman Tokyo - Tsukuji Fish Market Tour
On this Aman Tokyo experience you will learn about the finest seafood with sushi chef Mr Oba before dining on his authentic food at his restaurant Sushi Kokoro.
Aman Tokyo - Visit to Kita-Kamakura
Take a trip to Kita-Kamakura with Aman Tokyo and the Engakuji temple. This Zen temple was established in 1282. Accompanied by Priest Soichi Takahatake explore this sacred area. Later, end by heading to the shopping district and to Hasedera Temple.
Ancient Nikko Day Trip
Enjoy a day trip to Nikko as you explore the ancient sacred site for the Japanese and visit Shin-kyo, Rinno-ji, Tosho-gu and Taiyuin byo. Return to Tokyo by JR Train.
Choice of Half Day Family Activity
This afternoon, families can make a choice to visit either the Railway Museum or the Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation.
Code of the Samurai
Enjoy a one hour Samurai lesson and immerse in the code of the samurai to learn about their manners and etiquette. Practise some basic movements of Japanese swordplay.
Cruise on Sumidagawa River
Enjoy a scenic cruise along Sumidagawa river and end in the beautiful Hamairkyo garden. Relax amongst nature and enjoy a cup of tea.
Half Day Modern Tokyo
Embark on a half day tour of modern Tokyo. Discover the busy Shibuya, peaceful Yoyogi Park nestled amongst the bustle of the city. Continue to Harajuku and end with a visit to Shinjuku, a contrast of bright neon lights and tall modern skyscrapers.
Harajuku Foodie Tour
For those with a sweet tooth, Tokyo’s Harajuku district is a dream destination, full of patisseries, crepe stands, and sweet stalls, all in an area famed for being at the heart of Japan’s ‘kawaii’ culture, as epitomised by Hello Kitty.
Helicopter Flight Over Tokyo Skyline
Enjoy a stunning 20 minute helicopter flight over one of the largest cities in the world, taking in the stunning Tokyo skyline from the air.
Highlights of Eastern Tokyo
Discoer the highlights of the Tokyo Metropolis, exploring the Asakusa District, Sensoji Temple, Nakamis Shoping Street, Akihabara and the Imperial Palace.
Highlights of Tokyo
A full day tour of the highlights of Tokyo with your English speaking guide, exploring the Meijijingu shrine, Roppongi Hills where you'll go up to the observation deck for 360 degree views of the city, and the areas of Omotesando, Aoyama and Ginza.
Japanese Calligraphy Class
Embark on a Japanese Calligraphy class and learn about the basic art form of writing, starting from the characters!
Luxury Japanese Cuisine Cooking Class
Today you can try your hand at creating your own traditional Japanese foods.
Morning with a Sumo Wrestler
The ancient art of Sumo wrestling requires years of dedicated training in a ‘heya’, or stable, and this is a chance to visit one of these to observe a morning training session and appreciate the complete devotion of the wrestlers to their sport.
Engage in a 2 hours Ninja lesson to discover the ancient techniques of these mysterious underground warriors who contributed greatly to the Japan's Sengoku civil war.
Old Town Tokyo Food Tour
Take a step back in time as you leave behind the neon lights of Tokyo’s bustling centre and dive into the food and craft culture of the Yanaka district. This is a charmingly nostalgic area and offers a chance to discover a different side to the city.
Suitable for both older families and couples, this guided Samurai Experience offers guests the chance to learn more about this ancient art. Learn the skills required to draw, sheathe and wield a katana, the traditional swords used by samurai.
Sushi Cooking Class in Tokyo
Take part in a cooking class and try your hand at creating various types of sushi.
Japan is world famous for its incredible sushi. Today take the chance to try your hand at making these delicious dishes for yourself.
Taiko Drumming Lesson
Enjoy a demonstration by pro master and a lesson in Taiko drumming in Tokyo. Taiko is broadly a range of large percussion instruments in Japan and its origins sit within Japanese folklore and communication method.
Tea Ceremony in Kyoto
Take part in a traditional Tea Ceremony and gain an insight into this ancient art form and key part of Japanese culture.
Tsukiji Morning Market
Visit the renowned Tsukiji Market in the early morning today on your own and enjoy a mouth-watering Sushi breakfast in the outer market at a restaurant that has been around for over 300 years!
Tuna auction with Tuna Dining at Toyosu Fish Market
Visit the biggest wholesale fish and seafood market in the world, Toyosu Fish Market to experience the excitement of the auction and enjoy a fresh tuna tasting breakfast after the tour.
Visit a Master Swordsmith in Tokyo
Visit a Master Swordsmith at their home in Tokyo to see the art of Japanese sword making.
Epic Round the World Ski Tour
Zermatt, Niseko, Whistler, British Columbia Heli-Ski, Aspen & Iceland
from £39700 pp inc flights & transfers for 33 nights
- Experience the most iconic ski destinations in the world
- The ultimate bucket list trip for the adventurous
- Heli-skiing in some the world’s best terrain
Tokyo, Yamashiro Onsen, Kyoto, Ise Peninsula
from £39700 pp inc flights & transfers for 12 nights
- Experience the unique sanctuary Amanemu, based on the ryokan tradition, where each suite comes with its own private onsen facilities
- Awaken your mind to the throng of Japanese splendour in Tokyo, full of life, culture and architecture
- Savour the sacred Ise Shrines, walk part of the Kumodo Trail and learn about Japanese pearl diving
Location & directions
Aman Tokyo is positioned close to Tokyo station and the Ginza shopping district and occupies the top six floors of the Otemachi Tower, which is connected to the subway station of the same name. You will have views over the Imperial Palace Gardens and the Toyko skyline.
How to get there
Narita Airport handles the majority of international flights and only a small number of domestic flights. It is located 60 kilometres outside of central Tokyo.
Tokyo Station, the terminal station for Shinkansen bullet trains, is only two blocks from Aman Tokyo.
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