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The Otemachi Tower, 1-5-6 Otemachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0004, Japan
Tel: (81) 3 5224 3333 Fax: (81) 3 5224 3355 Email: [email protected]
amantokyo.com
Aman Reservations
For more information visit aman.com or speak to our multilingual Reservations team which is always available to help
with travel planning, from booking a single night to multi-resort itineraries. The service operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Tel: (65) 6715 8855 Fax: (65) 6887 3338 Email: [email protected]
Call toll-free:
ASIA-PACIFIC: Australia 0011 800 2255 2626 • China 4001 202612 • Hong Kong 800 908 502
India 00080 0650 1671 • Indonesia 001 803 65 1626 • Japan 0120 992 925 • Taiwan 00 800 2255 2626
EUROPE: Belgium 00 800 2255 2626 • France 00 800 2255 2626 • Germany 0 800 181 3421 • Italy 00 800 2255 2626
The Netherlands 0 800 023 3918 • Switzerland 00 800 2255 2626 • United Kingdom 00 800 2255 2626
NORTH AMERICA: Canada 011 800 2255 2626 • USA 1 800 477 9180
GDS Code: Use ‘YX’ for Amadeus, Galileo, Sabre & Worldspan.
Aman manages small luxury resorts worldwide, offering a guest experience that is intimate and discreet while providing
the highest level of service. Since 1988, when flagship Amanpuri opened in Phuket, Thailand, Aman has established 30 resorts
in Bhutan, Cambodia, China, Dominican Republic, France, Greece, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Laos, Montenegro, Morocco,
the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Turkey, the Turks and Caicos Islands, the United States of America and Vietnam.
aman.com
Location
Dining
Aman Tokyo is located in the prestigious financial district of Otemachi,
just steps away from Tokyo Station and the world-famous Ginza shopping
district. The hotel occupies the top six floors of The Otemachi Tower,
offering spectacular panoramas of the Imperial Palace Gardens and
surrounding Tokyo landmarks.
The Restaurant by Aman: Located on the 33rd floor with views of the
Imperial Palace Gardens and Mount Fuji in the distance, The Restaurant
offers gastronomic fine dining based on Mediterranean cuisine including
a selection of Japanese and Asian-inspired dishes.
Getting There
Tokyo has two airports. Located 60 kilometres outside of central Tokyo,
Narita Airport handles the majority of international flights. The more
centrally located Haneda Airport handles all domestic flights, and an
increasing number of international flights. Aman Tokyo is connected
to Otemachi subway station with its five lines providing easy access to
all points of interest in the city. Tokyo Station, the terminal station for
Shinkansen bullet trains, is only moments from The Otemachi Tower.
Accommodation
Aman Tokyo presents 84 rooms and suites, all with unique layouts,
magnificent city views and every contemporary convenience. The hotel
draws design inspiration from traditional Japanese residential structures,
and this is reflected in the décor of the rooms and suites. Classic Japanese
materials such as camphor wood, washi paper and stone are blended
to great effect with modern technology and luxurious fabrics. Each room
and suite has a large furo – a deep soaking tub intrinsic to the Japanese
ritual of bathing.
Deluxe Rooms are 71 square metres, making them the largest entry-level
rooms in the city. Facing the Imperial Palace Gardens, the serene bedroom
flows seamlessly into the elegantly-appointed living area, with subtle
Shoji screens made of delicate washi paper delineating spaces.
Wine Cellar: Housed within The Restaurant is an impressive glass fronted
walk-in wine cellar. Working with exclusive winemakers from around the
world, as well as one of Japan’s most revered sake masters, the cellar is
stocked with over 1,200 carefully selected wines.
Private Dining Rooms: Ideal for special occasions, five private dining
rooms are located on the 34th floor, overlooking The Restaurant.
The Café by Aman: Nestled within the 3,600-square-metre Otemachi
Forest on the ground floor, The Café offers indoor and outdoor dining
with beautiful green views. Mediterranean-inspired fare with chef-selected,
seasonal ingredients is served for lunch and dinner.
The Lounge by Aman: Located off the garden reception area with floor-
to-ceiling views similar to those of The Restaurant, this is the ideal venue
for a drink or snack throughout the day and into the night.
Wellness
Aman Spa: The largest and most comprehensive hotel spa in Tokyo, the
Aman Spa covers almost 2,500 square metres on two floors. Offering
breathtaking views, it features eight treatment rooms each with a dressing
room, treatment area, bathroom, steam shower and relaxation area.
Fitness Centre: The spacious, light-filled Fitness Centre is equipped
Premier Rooms are 80 square metres, with a spacious foyer and expansive
with the latest in cardiovascular and weight-training machinery from
Technogym and Life Fitness. TRX and spinning bikes are available.
bathroom. Facing the Tokyo Skytree®, these rooms embrace a Zen-like
aesthetic similar to that of the Deluxe Rooms.
Yoga Studio & Pilates Studio: This facility is fully equipped with Allegro
Suites are a minimum of 141 square metres, offering a sense of boundless
space embracing breathtaking views. 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.
Corner Suites are a minimum of 121 square metres and are located on the
corners of the building, thereby providing panoramic views and the
sensation of floating above the city. Each offers a separate bedroom, living
room and dining room, and pantry.
Aman Suites are an impressive 157 square metres. Positioned in the north-
west corner of the building, their lofty aspect and generous proportions
impart a palpable sense of calm which complements tranquil views of the
Imperial Palace Gardens and the Tokyo Skytree®.
Reformers and other Pilates-specific apparatus. Private classes can
be arranged.
Swimming Pool: The 30-metre heated swimming pool stretches across
the skyscape. The comfortable daybeds provide the ultimate perch from
which to gaze onto the bustling city below. Facilities include steam
rooms and traditional Japanese hot baths.
Other Facilities
Aman Tokyo also offers a Cigar Lounge adjoining The Lounge by Aman,
a Library and a Business Centre with two computer stations, a meeting
room for six and all business-related services available. In addition,
a Boardroom provides seating for 16 and features a 70-inch plasma
screen television.
Location
Dining
Aman Tokyo is located in the prestigious financial district of Otemachi,
just steps away from Tokyo Station and the world-famous Ginza shopping
district. The hotel occupies the top six floors of The Otemachi Tower,
offering spectacular panoramas of the Imperial Palace Gardens and
surrounding Tokyo landmarks.
The Restaurant by Aman: Located on the 33rd floor with views of the
Imperial Palace Gardens and Mount Fuji in the distance, The Restaurant
offers gastronomic fine dining based on Mediterranean cuisine including
a selection of Japanese and Asian-inspired dishes.
Getting There
Tokyo has two airports. Located 60 kilometres outside of central Tokyo,
Narita Airport handles the majority of international flights. The more
centrally located Haneda Airport handles all domestic flights, and an
increasing number of international flights. Aman Tokyo is connected
to Otemachi subway station with its five lines providing easy access to
all points of interest in the city. Tokyo Station, the terminal station for
Shinkansen bullet trains, is only moments from The Otemachi Tower.
Accommodation
Aman Tokyo presents 84 rooms and suites, all with unique layouts,
magnificent city views and every contemporary convenience. The hotel
draws design inspiration from traditional Japanese residential structures,
and this is reflected in the décor of the rooms and suites. Classic Japanese
materials such as camphor wood, washi paper and stone are blended
to great effect with modern technology and luxurious fabrics. Each room
and suite has a large furo – a deep soaking tub intrinsic to the Japanese
ritual of bathing.
Deluxe Rooms are 71 square metres, making them the largest entry-level
rooms in the city. Facing the Imperial Palace Gardens, the serene bedroom
flows seamlessly into the elegantly-appointed living area, with subtle
Shoji screens made of delicate washi paper delineating spaces.
Wine Cellar: Housed within The Restaurant is an impressive glass fronted
walk-in wine cellar. Working with exclusive winemakers from around the
world, as well as one of Japan’s most revered sake masters, the cellar is
stocked with over 1,200 carefully selected wines.
Private Dining Rooms: Ideal for special occasions, five private dining
rooms are located on the 34th floor, overlooking The Restaurant.
The Café by Aman: Nestled within the 3,600-square-metre Otemachi
Forest on the ground floor, The Café offers indoor and outdoor dining
with beautiful green views. Mediterranean-inspired fare with chef-selected,
seasonal ingredients is served for lunch and dinner.
The Lounge by Aman: Located off the garden reception area with floor-
to-ceiling views similar to those of The Restaurant, this is the ideal venue
for a drink or snack throughout the day and into the night.
Wellness
Aman Spa: The largest and most comprehensive hotel spa in Tokyo, the
Aman Spa covers almost 2,500 square metres on two floors. Offering
breathtaking views, it features eight treatment rooms each with a dressing
room, treatment area, bathroom, steam shower and relaxation area.
Fitness Centre: The spacious, light-filled Fitness Centre is equipped
Premier Rooms are 80 square metres, with a spacious foyer and expansive
with the latest in cardiovascular and weight-training machinery from
Technogym and Life Fitness. TRX and spinning bikes are available.
bathroom. Facing the Tokyo Skytree®, these rooms embrace a Zen-like
aesthetic similar to that of the Deluxe Rooms.
Yoga Studio & Pilates Studio: This facility is fully equipped with Allegro
Suites are a minimum of 141 square metres, offering a sense of boundless
space embracing breathtaking views. 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.
Corner Suites are a minimum of 121 square metres and are located on the
corners of the building, thereby providing panoramic views and the
sensation of floating above the city. Each offers a separate bedroom, living
room and dining room, and pantry.
Aman Suites are an impressive 157 square metres. Positioned in the north-
west corner of the building, their lofty aspect and generous proportions
impart a palpable sense of calm which complements tranquil views of the
Imperial Palace Gardens and the Tokyo Skytree®.
Reformers and other Pilates-specific apparatus. Private classes can
be arranged.
Swimming Pool: The 30-metre heated swimming pool stretches across
the skyscape. The comfortable daybeds provide the ultimate perch from
which to gaze onto the bustling city below. Facilities include steam
rooms and traditional Japanese hot baths.
Other Facilities
Aman Tokyo also offers a Cigar Lounge adjoining The Lounge by Aman,
a Library and a Business Centre with two computer stations, a meeting
room for six and all business-related services available. In addition,
a Boardroom provides seating for 16 and features a 70-inch plasma
screen television.
Location
Dining
Aman Tokyo is located in the prestigious financial district of Otemachi,
just steps away from Tokyo Station and the world-famous Ginza shopping
district. The hotel occupies the top six floors of The Otemachi Tower,
offering spectacular panoramas of the Imperial Palace Gardens and
surrounding Tokyo landmarks.
The Restaurant by Aman: Located on the 33rd floor with views of the
Imperial Palace Gardens and Mount Fuji in the distance, The Restaurant
offers gastronomic fine dining based on Mediterranean cuisine including
a selection of Japanese and Asian-inspired dishes.
Getting There
Tokyo has two airports. Located 60 kilometres outside of central Tokyo,
Narita Airport handles the majority of international flights. The more
centrally located Haneda Airport handles all domestic flights, and an
increasing number of international flights. Aman Tokyo is connected
to Otemachi subway station with its five lines providing easy access to
all points of interest in the city. Tokyo Station, the terminal station for
Shinkansen bullet trains, is only moments from The Otemachi Tower.
Accommodation
Aman Tokyo presents 84 rooms and suites, all with unique layouts,
magnificent city views and every contemporary convenience. The hotel
draws design inspiration from traditional Japanese residential structures,
and this is reflected in the décor of the rooms and suites. Classic Japanese
materials such as camphor wood, washi paper and stone are blended
to great effect with modern technology and luxurious fabrics. Each room
and suite has a large furo – a deep soaking tub intrinsic to the Japanese
ritual of bathing.
Deluxe Rooms are 71 square metres, making them the largest entry-level
rooms in the city. Facing the Imperial Palace Gardens, the serene bedroom
flows seamlessly into the elegantly-appointed living area, with subtle
Shoji screens made of delicate washi paper delineating spaces.
Wine Cellar: Housed within The Restaurant is an impressive glass fronted
walk-in wine cellar. Working with exclusive winemakers from around the
world, as well as one of Japan’s most revered sake masters, the cellar is
stocked with over 1,200 carefully selected wines.
Private Dining Rooms: Ideal for special occasions, five private dining
rooms are located on the 34th floor, overlooking The Restaurant.
The Café by Aman: Nestled within the 3,600-square-metre Otemachi
Forest on the ground floor, The Café offers indoor and outdoor dining
with beautiful green views. Mediterranean-inspired fare with chef-selected,
seasonal ingredients is served for lunch and dinner.
The Lounge by Aman: Located off the garden reception area with floor-
to-ceiling views similar to those of The Restaurant, this is the ideal venue
for a drink or snack throughout the day and into the night.
Wellness
Aman Spa: The largest and most comprehensive hotel spa in Tokyo, the
Aman Spa covers almost 2,500 square metres on two floors. Offering
breathtaking views, it features eight treatment rooms each with a dressing
room, treatment area, bathroom, steam shower and relaxation area.
Fitness Centre: The spacious, light-filled Fitness Centre is equipped
Premier Rooms are 80 square metres, with a spacious foyer and expansive
with the latest in cardiovascular and weight-training machinery from
Technogym and Life Fitness. TRX and spinning bikes are available.
bathroom. Facing the Tokyo Skytree®, these rooms embrace a Zen-like
aesthetic similar to that of the Deluxe Rooms.
Yoga Studio & Pilates Studio: This facility is fully equipped with Allegro
Suites are a minimum of 141 square metres, offering a sense of boundless
space embracing breathtaking views. 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.
Corner Suites are a minimum of 121 square metres and are located on the
corners of the building, thereby providing panoramic views and the
sensation of floating above the city. Each offers a separate bedroom, living
room and dining room, and pantry.
Aman Suites are an impressive 157 square metres. Positioned in the north-
west corner of the building, their lofty aspect and generous proportions
impart a palpable sense of calm which complements tranquil views of the
Imperial Palace Gardens and the Tokyo Skytree®.
Reformers and other Pilates-specific apparatus. Private classes can
be arranged.
Swimming Pool: The 30-metre heated swimming pool stretches across
the skyscape. The comfortable daybeds provide the ultimate perch from
which to gaze onto the bustling city below. Facilities include steam
rooms and traditional Japanese hot baths.
Other Facilities
Aman Tokyo also offers a Cigar Lounge adjoining The Lounge by Aman,
a Library and a Business Centre with two computer stations, a meeting
room for six and all business-related services available. In addition,
a Boardroom provides seating for 16 and features a 70-inch plasma
screen television.
The Otemachi Tower, 1-5-6 Otemachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0004, Japan
Tel: (81) 3 5224 3333 Fax: (81) 3 5224 3355 Email: [email protected]
amantokyo.com
Aman Reservations
For more information visit aman.com or speak to our multilingual Reservations team which is always available to help
with travel planning, from booking a single night to multi-resort itineraries. The service operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Tel: (65) 6715 8855 Fax: (65) 6887 3338 Email: [email protected]
Call toll-free:
ASIA-PACIFIC: Australia 0011 800 2255 2626 • China 4001 202612 • Hong Kong 800 908 502
India 00080 0650 1671 • Indonesia 001 803 65 1626 • Japan 0120 992 925 • Taiwan 00 800 2255 2626
EUROPE: Belgium 00 800 2255 2626 • France 00 800 2255 2626 • Germany 0 800 181 3421 • Italy 00 800 2255 2626
The Netherlands 0 800 023 3918 • Switzerland 00 800 2255 2626 • United Kingdom 00 800 2255 2626
NORTH AMERICA: Canada 011 800 2255 2626 • USA 1 800 477 9180
GDS Code: Use ‘YX’ for Amadeus, Galileo, Sabre & Worldspan.
Aman manages small luxury resorts worldwide, offering a guest experience that is intimate and discreet while providing
the highest level of service. Since 1988, when flagship Amanpuri opened in Phuket, Thailand, Aman has established 30 resorts
in Bhutan, Cambodia, China, Dominican Republic, France, Greece, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Laos, Montenegro, Morocco,
the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Turkey, the Turks and Caicos Islands, the United States of America and Vietnam.
aman.com

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