Exclusive Offers at Aman Tokyo

Aman Tokyo

UNTIL 29 December 2022

Rediscover Aman Tokyo

Aman invites guests to rediscover the fabric of Japan's cultural identity in Tokyo, where the brand’s first urban hotel offers a restorative base from which to discover the bustling city below. Aman Tokyo offers the perfect antidote to a three-night minimum stay rediscovering the city, complete with daily breakfast and hotel credit to ensure the most seamless of stays. 

Oshogatsu at Aman Tokyo

31 DECEMBER 2022 - 2 JANUARY 2023

Celebrate the official Japanese New Year known as Oshogatsu – a three-day festival observed since 1873. Stay for two nights and enjoy a special Japanese breakfast, a bottle of Hakurakusei Aman Tokyo Original Sake, and a Japanese or American breakfast on the 2nd January. 

Breakfast in Tokyo


Savour delicious complimentary daily breakfast with panoramic views of Tokyo. Occupying the top six floors of the monumental Otemachi Tower, all the rooms and suites  offer stunning view of Tokyo city.

Aman Japan Journey

Until 31 December 2022

Take full advantage of the unique settings, insider knowledge and on-hand wellness and cultural experts of Aman Tokyo, Amanemu and Aman Kyoto with this exclusive multi-destination Aman Journey. Stay in two or all three of Aman’s Japanese properties, and enjoy complimentary breakfast, guaranteed room upgrades, a 10% saving on all dining and spa experiences, and more. From the lofty urban sanctuary that is Aman Tokyo, to the nature-ensconced, cultural havens of Amanemu and Aman Kyoto, this journey will reveal the multifaceted beauty of Japan.

Misogi Retreat

UNTIL 30 December 2022

Find your own satori (enlightenment) with Aman Tokyo’s three-night Misogi Retreat. Named for the Shinto purification ritual, it incorporates yoga and breathing exercises, a range of Japanese mindfulness techniques from Ikebana flower-arranging to Shakyo handwriting, immune system support through Traditional Chinese Medicine treatments and healthy cuisine, and a spirit cleansing Ogoma Ritual at a local temple.