Mie Prefecture, Japan
Amanemu provides the ultimate luxury retreat in the heart of the Ise Shima National Park. Based on the ryokan tradition, Amanemu will offer its guests a unique sanctuary with stunning views over the Ago Bay.
At a Glance
Incredible views over Ago Bay
Beautiful and sympathetic design incorporating the natural surroundings
Stunning cuisine showcasing local produce
Wonderful Aman service combined with traditional Japanese hospitality
Fantastic Aman Spa and in-room private onsens
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To start planning your vacation to Amanemu
Set in spectacular scenery, Amanemu offers an authentic taste of Japan's rural beauty and traditional Japanese hospitality. Located at the tip of the Osaki Peninsula, Amanemu is surrounded by beautiful coastline and overlooks the 'Bay of Pearls', known as such due to its heritage as the first place in the world to have produced cultured pearls.
This luxurious resort beautifully reflects and compliments its surroundings, combining traditional Japanese ryokan design with contemporary elegance throughout its selection of stunning suites and private villas. All of the rooms will come with their own private onsen facilities and spacious terraces with calming views over Ago Bay.
The resort's restaurant provides the delicious and delicate flavors of Japanese cuisine and is heavily influenced by the area's gourmet heritage with Shima, once being the breadbasket for the ancient Imperial Court. Not only will taste buds be indulged here but Amanemu also boasts a fantastic Aman Spa with two expansive onsen bathing pavilions, a watsu pool and four treatment rooms.
Ise Shima National Park is not only famous for its stark beauty but for the natural hot springs, referred to locally as onsen, that flow through it. Amanemu takes full advantage of this and provides a completely holistic experience. This paired with the incredible Aman service and traditional Omotenashi (traditional Japanese hospitality) makes Amanemu a truly spectacular property.
There are 24 suites and 4 villas at Amanemu which are styled on traditional Japanese minka homes. Ask your Travel Consultant for more details on which .
|The Mori Suite||
The Mori Suite has a garden view and enjoys its own private onsen bath. The living area is spacious and offers a suspended daybed for children. There is also a dining area for two.
|The Sora Suite||
The Sora Suite enjoys views over Ago Bay, a private onsen bath. The living area features a suspended daybed suitable for children and a dining area for two.
|The Nagi Suite||
The Nagi Suite offers the best views over Ago Bay with a spacious verandah. The living area offers a suspended daybed for children and a dining area for two.
|The Mori Villa||
The Two-Bedroom Mori Villa
|The Sora Villa||
The Sora Villa has two bedrooms, each with en-suites bathrooms. There is also a living area with a pantry and a large verandah with a dining table for up to six people.
|The Nagi Villa||
The Two-Bedroom Nagi Villa includes a private onsen, living area with pantry and a large verandah overlooking Ago Bay. Here guests can enjoy relaxing on the daybeds and enjoy the large dining area.
The hotel's restaurant focuses mainly on Japanese cuisine to give you an authentic experience of this fascinating country. Try the renowned Matsusaka beef and a variety of fresh seafood here. Alternatively, there is a selection international dishes to choose from.
Amanemu is a perfect place to relax and the traditional onsen is a must when visiting Japan. Based on this Japanese tradition, the Aman Spa includes two private onsen pavilions, a watsu pool and four treatment rooms as well as a fitness center for those who want to keep fit.
Elsewhere why not try one of Amanemu's adventures through Isa-Shima. Visit the holy shrine of Ise Grand Shrine walk part of the Kumodo Trails and visit the valiant Ama divers.
Location & Directions
Mie Prefecture, Japan
Located in the stunning surroundings of Ise Shima National Park in Honshu's Mie Prefecture, Amanemu enjoys spectacular rugged coastline views and benefits from its own natural hot spring.
When to go
Japan has four seasons, similar to the UK and is best visited in spring from March to May and autumn from September to November. December to January can be cold with snow and the summer is hot and humid. The end of March and early April is a particularly good time to visit as this is the cherry blossom season as is October for the autumn colors.