Aman Tokyo

Aman Tokyo is a monument to the modern-day Japanese capital, a place where urban dynamism is tempered with serenity. Set in Otemachi, the hotel is within easy reach of Tokyo Station and the thriving Nihonbashi district. This luxury hotel set in top 6 floors of a sleek, modern high-rise for the perfect city break.


The minimal interior, taps into Japan’s design heritage with its wood, paper and stone, while tall partitions create loose boundaries between the lobby, lounge, restaurant and bar. The cuisine at The Restaurant by Aman is complemented by a 1,200-bottle wine cellar, as well as the hotel’s signature sake.

Aman delivers a fully functional city hotel in Tokyo with 84 feature-rich rooms or suites. Magnificent city views, contemporary convenience and traditional Japanese architecture all rule the roost here and all accommodations sport a large “furo” – a deep soaking tub central to the Japanese bathing ritual.

Positioned in the northwest corner of the building, Aman Suites are Aman Tokyo’s largest. Each offers a separate bedroom and a living room with dining area and pantry.

Uniquely positioned and completely private, Corner Suites offer some of the finest panoramic views of the city. Each suite includes a separate bedroom, living room and dining room, complete with a pantry.

Suites offer panoramic city views, a pantry, and include an expansive living room with writing desk, as well as a gracious living room, there is a dining table for four and a fully-equipped pantry, allowing apartment-style living in the heart of Tokyo.

Premier rooms are in size with a larger foyer and a generously proportioned bathroom these rooms are furnished in a similar manner to the deluxe rooms. Premier Rooms overlooking Tokyo Skytree.

Located on the highest floor Deluxe Palace Garden View Rooms offer a premium view of the Tokyo skyline and Imperial Palace Gardens. Each offers a combined bedroom and living area that is furnished with a king-sized bed or twin beds, lounge chairs, a day bed, table and oversized writing desk.

Deluxe Rooms are the largest entry-level rooms in the city, offering space and privacy overlooking the Tokyo skyline. Elegantly-appointed living area, with subtle shoji screens made of delicate washi paper delineating spaces.

The Restaurant by Aman specialises in cuisine from Italy’s Veneto region on the Adriatic Sea. Local vegetables, meats and seafood pair with the finest imported Italian ingredients, and the dishes – like Japan itself – benefit from the proximity of sea, plains and mountains. Views of the Imperial Palace Gardens and Mt Fuji. By night, a panorama of the city shimmers before diners.

The vast garden and bar lounge was designed to resemble the inside of a traditional shoji paper lantern. Floor-to-ceiling windows offer a superb view of the Tokyo skyline. Expertly prepared drinks can be sipped at the Bar, a perfect spot for bites and all-day dining.

The Café by Aman offer casual French fare tucked within the Otemachi Forest – an oasis of green in the metropolis at the foot of the hotel building. A carefully selected wine offering compliments the dishes, ranging from galettes and traditional bistro cuisine to seasonal plates.

Set in Otemachi, Aman Tokyo is on the doorstep of the verdant Imperial Palace Gardens and just steps from the bustle and boutiques of Ginza. The historic commercial hub of the Edo period, Nihonbashi, is also nearby. The buzzing Shibuya district and the sky-scrapers of Shinjuku, while trips beyond the capital can be arranged, including to iconic Mt Fuji.