Spanning the top six floors of a skyscraper in the Otemachi district, the minimalist design of Aman Tokyo pays homage to Japan’s natural yet sophisticated style. This serene and lavish hotel is the first of the Aman properties located in an urban setting and is popular with tourists and business travelers alike. Enter the lobby on the 33rd floor and be blown away by the sleek reception area and creative use of natural materials such as wood, paper, and stone. The 84 rooms are bright and airy, offering spectacular views of Tokyo’s skyline. Melt into relaxation at the traditional onsen-style spa, a soothing escape from the bustle of one of the busiest cities in the world. 


How do I arrive at Aman Tokyo from an international flight?

Staying true to the brand, Aman’s first urban hotel is as secluded as possible within the busy metropolis of Tokyo. The Otemachi District is the former site of the village of Shibazaki, the most ancient part of Tokyo. In Otemachi, you will find unexpected pockets of historic charm, local life, and scenic nature. Not far from the Imperial Palace and its lavish gardens, there are many places to see cherry blossoms in the spring and enjoy picturesque walks all year round. The Otemachi Tower is connected to the subway and close to Tokyo Station, offering access to the nationwide bullet train network. 

Key Facts

  • Haneda Airport (40-min drive) handles domestic and international flights, while Narita Airport (60-min drive) handles international flights
  • the central location and easy subway and train access make it the perfect base for leisure and business travel
  • the Imperial Palace, National Theater, and world-famous Ginza shopping district are nearby

What is special?

  • the hotel feels somewhat secluded in one of the busiest cities in the world 
  • on clear days it is possible to see Mount Fuji on the horizon
  • Otemachi is one of the most intriguing neighborhoods in Tokyo, with a blend of modern skyscrapers, exceptional restaurants, impressive architecture, and lush natural beauty 

What do the guests say?

  • it is a high-quality hotel with the best possible service and Japanese hospitality
  • we loved the amazing city views from our room and the convenient location
  • arguably the best hotel in Tokyo and very close to the Imperial Palace


What can I expect from the views at Aman Tokyo?

Drawing inspiration from traditional Japanese residences, the 84 rooms at Aman Tokyo are stylish and spacious, blending wood, washi paper, and stone with modern touches and soft fabrics. Details such as calligraphy scrolls, tatami mats, and ceramics further reflect the rich culture and art found throughout Japan. The floor-to-ceiling windows not only bring in dazzling light but highlight the radiant views of Tokyo’s skyline. Each room provides the perfect base to explore one of the most exciting cities in the world.

Key Facts

  • Aman Tokyo has 82 rooms, including 32 suites
  • gaze out at the spectacular panoramic views of the Imperial Palace Gardens, Tokyo landmarks, and Mount Fuji on a clear day
  • each room offers WiFi, TV, Bose sound system, minibar with free, bottled water, tea- and coffee-making facilities, Nespresso coffee machine, and Aman bath products.

What is special?

  • designed by architect Kerry Hill, the hotel blends traditional Japanese style with a modern and sleek design
  • all the rooms contain an oversized volcanic-rock bath, allowing you to indulge in a traditional, hinoki bathing ritual
  • suites include wine fridges

What do the guests say?

  • the extravagant size of everything, rooms included, is hard to top in Tokyo
  • rooms are beautiful with breathtaking views
  • rooms and bathrooms are luxurious, with superb views of Tokyo through floor-to-ceiling windows and remote-controlled blinds

Pools & Spa

Will the spa at Aman Tokyo feel peaceful even though it is in a busy city?

After a thrilling day of exploring the sights of Tokyo, allow Aman Spa to take you on a journey of complete zen and rejuvenation. Covering two floors and spanning 2,500 square meters, the spa, pool, and fitness center are flanked by stunning urban views of the city. The 30-meter pool sits in a high-ceilinged room tiled in impressive, sleek volcanic rock. This luscious urban escape features onsen-style Japanese baths, a steam room, and eight treatment rooms, two of which are for couples. The fitness center has cardiovascular and weight-training equipment as well as studios dedicated to yoga and Pilates. 

Key Facts

  • the spa features onsen-style hot baths and steam rooms and a 30-meter pool with panoramic city views
  • choose from a range of treatments, including hot stone massages, reflexology, and acupressure facials
  • the spa also has a bright and airy fitness center for cardio, weight training, yoga, and Pilates

What is special?

  • drawing on the Japanese understanding of nature and balance, the Aman Spa makes use of natural ingredients in its therapies
  • treatments fuse seasonal herbs, local oils, and traditional Japanese Kampo to create a dramatically relaxing effect 
  • the spacious spa, pool, and fitness center provide the ideal escape from the commotion of the fast-paced city below

What do the guests say?

  • the gym and the pool are sizable and offer unrivaled views
  • the exercise facility and pool on the 34th floor are impressive 
  • the pool, spa, and exercise rooms are also set in quiet peaceful environments and all equipped/furnished with like-new equipment.


What types of restaurants can I expect at Aman Tokyo? Will the menus consist of only Japanese cuisine?

Home to four stunning restaurants, Aman Tokyo offers a wide selection of cuisines in unique and inviting settings. From the best Italian food in the city to exquisite French pastries to traditional sushi, the bold and varied mix of seasonal and fresh ingredients remains consistent with Aman’s top-notch reputation. Whether you are seated in the cocktail lounge with unbeatable city views or ground level, surrounded by a verdant urban forest, the beautiful backdrop will be an unforgettable part of the experience.

Key Facts

  • Aman Tokyo boasts four restaurants that are open to hotel guests and visitors with reservations
  • Arva restaurant on the 33rd floor serves up some of the best Italian food in the city, created by Venetian-trained chef Masakazu Hiraki
  • a small cafe on the ground floor, sits inside a sleek and modern glass cube, serving desserts, afternoon tea, and offers a French bistro-style menu

What is special?

  • the vast and elegant Aman Lounge is the place to sip evening cocktails while admiring the twinkling city lights of Tokyo
  • a unique Black Afternoon Tea in the Lounge consists of black bamboo meringues, black sesame scones, and dark chocolates
  • experience the authentic Japanese omakase dining tradition with sushi created from freshest seafood of the day

What do the guests say?

  • all the restaurants have great food with fast service
  • breakfast in the morning was a highlight – there were plenty of options and everything we had was completed with the highest level of attention 
  • breakfast and dinner at the Italian restaurant were wonderful but the best was the sushi restaurant, which was a hidden gem


What types of activities can I experience near Aman Tokyo?

The city of Tokyo is overflowing with Japanese art, culture, shopping, and entertainment. Aman Tokyo sits in a prime location to take advantage of all the cultural splendors and beautiful attractions this modern metropolis has to offer. The hotel concierges will arrange personal tours and suggest activities within the city and beyond. With easy access to speedy trains, even a visit to Mount Fuji is within reach. Travel deeper into Japanese culture and tradition with one of Aman Tokyo’s specially crafted cultural journeys.

Key Facts

  • the hotel concierge can arrange excursions and suggest activities to keep you busy during your stay in Tokyo
  • Aman Tokyo stands on the doorstep of the Imperial Palace, the formal residence of the Emperor of Japan
  • the gardens of the Imperial Palace are a wonderful place to walk or run and escape the dense city skyscrapers

What is special?

  • the hotel concierge can arrange a private tour of the Imperial Palace grounds
  • the hotel offers exclusive cultural journeys such as an evening with a geisha, a tour of Tokyo’s art galleries, or a visit to a sumo-beya to see the wrestlers in training
  • take a private Iaido session focusing on maneuvers and samurai etiquette, or visit a chashitsu teahouse to experience the traditional Japanese tea ceremony

What do the guests say?

  • Tokyo is one of the most interesting cities in the world 
  • the hotel is well located near Ginza (one of the city’s top shopping districts), the parks
  • the concierge had great recommendations for arranging dinners and tours

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