The Otemachi Tower, 1-5-6
Otemachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0004
Date of Creation
11 February 2015
Hotel General Manager
History & Story
Occupying the top six floors of the recently-built Otemachi Tower, Aman Tokyo is an urban sanctuary high above the atmospheric whirl of tradition and modernity that epitomises Tokyo.
Date added extensions
Main Strengths, Special Touch
A warm and exclusive sanctuary, Aman Tokyo draws its design inspiration from traditional Japanese residential structures. Classic Japanese materials such as timber, Washi paper and stone are blended to great effect with modern technology and luxurious fabrics. Filtered light contrasts with solid elements, creating a subtle interplay of shadow and light fundamental to the design and ambience of the
Aman Tokyo is located in the prestigious financial district of Otemachi, just steps away from Tokyo Station and the world-famous Ginza shopping district.
Key sites/activities in the area
Shopping, sightseeing and going restaurant
Tokyo boasts an impressive high-speed rail service and excellent transport networks, making day trips beyond the city limits easy to arrange. Aman Tokyo offers guided excursions to all the options of Kamakura, Nikko and Mount Fuji.
• Deluxe Rooms (30 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.
• Deluxe Palace Garden View Rooms(10 rooms) are 71 square metres, located on the highest floor, offer a premium view of the Tokyo skyline and Imperial Palace Gardens, with space and privacy.
• Premier Rooms (12 rooms) are 80 square metres, with a spacious foyer and expansive bathroom. Facing the Tokyo Skytree®, these rooms embrace a Zen-like aesthetic similar to that of the Deluxe Rooms.
• Suites (16 rooms) 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 (12 rooms) 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 (4 rooms) are an impressive 157 square metres. Positioned in the northwest 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®.
Restaurants & Bars
• The Restaurant by Aman
A dining experience celebrating Italy’s simple ingredients and bold flavours
A tale of two cuisines
Born and trained in Japan, Chef de Cuisine, Masakazu Hiraki spent 17 years of his career cooking in some of the most revered kitchens in Venice – expanding his repertoire to master Italian seasonal ingredients and cooking techniques, while maintaining a distinctly Japanese emphasis on clean, refined flavours. At Arva, he channels his unparalleled experience in the Italian kitchen into producing authentic and original dishes for Aman Tokyo guests.
• Musashi by Aman – NEW –
Centered around the Hinoki counter which seats 8 guests, the space reflects the minimalist design aesthetic of Aman Tokyo.
Having worked as a sushi chef for many years, Master Chef Musashi moved to Tokyo and opened his namesake sushi restaurant at the age of 39. After 12 successful years, he made the decision to move to Aman Tokyo to open Musashi by Aman. With a great commitment and passion for Edomae style sushi, Master Chef Musashi has influenced this traditional craft with his modern and sophisticated taste. Edomae literally translates as ‘in front of Edo’, referring to the location of Tokyo Bay, where many years ago an abundance of seafood could be found. The term also refers to the care and work which went in to preserving the fish. Sushi masters used techniques such as ‘zuke’, immersing in soy sauce and ‘shime’, curing with salt and vinegar, to preserve the fish for sushi making.
• The Café by Aman was renewed on 1 March to offer casualFrench fare tucked within the OtemachiForest –an oasis of green in the metropolis at the foot of the hotel building. Serving both Aman guests and non-residents, a carefully selected wine offering complements the dishes, ranging from galettesand traditional bistro cuisine toseasonal plates
• The Lounge by Aman
Located in the main reception area and featuring floor-to-ceiling views of the Imperial Palace Gardens and Mount Fuji in the distance, The Lounge by Aman is the ideal venue for a drink or snack throughout the day and into the n
• Treatment rooms
Eight treatment rooms each feature a dressing room, treatment area, steam shower and bathroom.
• Fitness centre & Yoga/Pilates studio
Offering magnificent views over the city, the spacious, light-filled Fitness Centre is equipped with the latest in cardiovascular and weight-training machinery. The Yoga & Pilates Studio offers Allegro reformers and other Pilates-specific equipment.
• Relaxation & swimming pool
Both male and female changing areas feature steam rooms, traditional Japanese and Western showers and hot baths. The 30-metre swimming pool is temperature controlled.
Corporate & Celebration Events
Extra Notable Features
• Cigar Lounge with a built in humidor
• Resident’s Library
• Business Centre with two computer stations
• Meeting room for six
• Boardroom provides seating for 16 individuals and features a 70-inch plasma screen television.
Hotel & Restaurants Awards
World Spa Awards Japan’s: Best Hotel Spa 2019 (#1)
Conde Nast Traveller: Readers Choice Awards, one of the Top 10 Hotels in Asia/Japan
Travel + Leisure: World’s Best Awards one of the Top 10 Hotels in Tokyo
Conde Nast Traveler The Gold List 2018: Our Favorite Hotels in Tokyo
Wallpaper* Design Awards: Best new hotel (#1)
Wallpaper* Best Urban Hotels 2015
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