On the shores of Ago Bay, Amanemus rustic ryokan-inspired retreat is where Japan''s ancient hospitality ritual finds its contemporary expression. Mineral-rich waters from a natural hot spring enable guests to embrace the tradition of onsen bathing - while nourishment in culinary form reflects a region famed for rare delicacies. Surrounded by Unesco pilgrim trails, sacred forests and the diving culture of the pearl-rich Pacific, here, rejuvenation stays and wellness experiences are imbued with a deeper cultural sensibility.Ise Peninsula
Aman Kyoto represents the fruition of a beautiful landscape first conceived as the garden of a textile museum. Whimsical stone pathways curve gently along the forest floor, and stone slabs blanketed in moss serve as the foundations for the resort's architecture. The secluded grounds are part of what was an artistic community that gave rise to the revered Rinpa school of painting some 400 years ago, and are within easy reach of Kyotos most important sites, including the stunning golden temple, Kinkakuji.Kyoto
A sanctuary at the top of the Otemachi Tower, Aman Tokyo's sleek design is rooted in ritual - a perfect balance of urban dynamism and cultural sensibility. Ikebana displays and engawa platforms blur the boundary between indoors and out; ryokan-style rooms and an Aman Spa are among the city's largest. The sense of space and breadth of venues are unmatched in the metropolis, allowing Aman Tokyo to identify both as social hub and serene escape - an inspiring addition to the Tokyo skyline.Tokyo
Beniya Mukayu is a hot spring ryokan in Yamashiro Onsen, about 40 kilometers from Kanazawa.
The architecture inspires a feeling of harmony with nature, blending outside elements and contemporary interior design. Each room features a private open-air hot-spring bath overlooking the garden. Since the ryokan is situated on the site of the former temple in the Yakushiyama, the spa offers exclusive signature Yakushiyama treatments and amenities.
Beniya Mukayu’s Kaga kaiseki is a perfect showcase of the freshest, high quality ingredients. Serenity and minimalism bring about a Zen-like state of mind, for guests to find their own “richness in emptiness”.Ishikawa
Conrad Tokyo is a sleek hotel in the sky with expansive views over Tokyo Bay. Conveniently connected to Tokyo’s airports, metro and train networks, it lies within walking distance of Ginza, a world-famous shopping and cultural district, while offering easy access to some of Tokyo’s major business locations and tourist attractions. Consistently voted among Tokyo’s finest hotels, the Conrad Tokyo has achieved the highest Michelin award for hotel comfort. Relax with intuitive service while taking in captivating vistas of the bay and Hamarikyu Gardens.Tokyo
Experience personalized, insider access to Kyotos four-season delights. Relax in light-filled and spacious guest rooms. Double-height windows frame our tranquil garden as you enjoy modern brasserie dining. Sip local craft beers on our waterside terrace. Cross the glass bridge for matcha in our Tea House. Float in our indoor pool, then melt into bliss in the spa. Conduct successful business meetings behind artisan-carved cedar doors. Or celebrate new beginnings in our soaring, sunlit chapel. Allow our experienced multilingual Concierge to ease your access into this fascinating city of contrasts.Kyoto
Directly accessible from Tokyo Station, Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi offers a quiet luxurious haven in a busy city with spacious comfortable rooms, a spa with hot spring baths, and a 24-hour fitness studio. Wi-Fi is available throughout the property. The property is only a five-minute walk to the Imperial Palace and a 10-minute walk to the downtown area of Ginza. It is 20 minutes by train to Harajuku and the historical area of Asakusa. Rooms are spacious and elegantly decorated, featuring extra long beds and city views.Tokyo
Discover the wonders of an ancient Japanese hideaway at Gora Kadan, the former summer residence of the Kan-In-No-Miya imperial family. This noble residence, set in idyllic surroundings in the national park of Hakone, offers authentic Tatami-style rooms with cypress baths and open air or whirlpool baths.
This stylish resort in the mountainous landscape of the Japanese Alps has an entire wing dedicated to indoor and outdoor hot spring baths. At the Hotel Associa Takayama Resort, each of the huge rooms has panoramic mountain views and elegant European or Japanese furniture. The hotel operates its own frequent shuttle to the train station, which is only an eight-minute drive away.Takayama