At a Glance
The largest lead-in rooms in Tokyo
Superb location close to Imperial Palace Gardens and Tokyo Station
With only 87 rooms, the Aman Tokyo is small and exclusive
Huge 2,500 square meter spa
Fantastic views over the Tokyo skyline
Enjoy an incredible afternoon tea, whilst taking in the striking sunset over Tokyo's skylineScott Dunn team
Take advantage of the beautiful spa at Aman Tokyo – a real treat after a day's sightseeing!Victoria Reynolds
Take an early evening swim in the stunning pool. With any luck you will have it to yourself to enjoy the spectacular city skyline.Sarah Rowan
Take a day trip to experience the pearl farms near Amanemu, where you can learn how pearls are formed and even pluck your own pearl from an oyster to keep! Following your visit to the pearl farm, meet the women divers and learn about their way of life.Victoria Reynolds
Enjoy an evening drink overlooking the beautiful pond on the outside terrace.Victoria Reynolds
To start planning your vacation to Aman 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 meters. 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 meters and contains eight treatment rooms, a 30-meter swimming pool and a fitness center.
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 meter spa, swimming pool, fitness center, cigar lounge and library.
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.
When to go
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. Fall 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.