Tokyo Adventure Experiences

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. So too are the buzzing Shibuya district and the sky-scrapers of Shinjuku, while trips beyond the capital can be arranged, including to iconic Mt Fuji

The Art of Tokyo

Take an immersive tour of Tokyo’s creative culture and history with a tailor-made Art Journey through the city’s contemporary and classical art galleries. Insiders Renna Okubo and Wakako Tezen, both experienced curators and consultants, lead bespoke tours built around personal interests, including both leading galleries and off-the-beaten-track independent art spaces normally inaccessible to the public. After a preliminary consultation, Renna and Wakako develop a personalised one-day itinerary by private car, which might include classical Japanese art, ceramics, photography, sculpture, and can also incorporate visits to architectural landmarks, as well as revered book and stationery shops. Ideal for both experienced connoisseurs and the culturally curious, Aman Tokyo’s Art Journey can also be adapted to assist prospective collectors looking to acquire new pieces.

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Imperial place gardens are just a few minutes west

The expansive grounds are spread out around the ruins of Edo Castle – the heart of Tokyo for centuries – offering a green expanse in the world’s most populous city

Sakan, or Japanese plaster, is an ancient craft art that modern building methods are rapidly leaving behind

Few master plasterers remain in Japan, but Syuhei Hasado has found a way of combining this age-old practice with contemorary techniques to reinvent the tradition for the modern day. Graceful, precise and inspired by nature, his hand-made stucco art can be found throughout the corridors of Aman Tokyo
aman tokyo japan laido sword manoeuvring

Take a private Iaido session focusing on maneuvers and samurai etiquette

Dating back to the 16th century, this graceful martial art encompasses hundreds of styles of swordsmanship, reflecting the refinement and morals of the archetypal Japanese warrior
mount fuji

Visible on clear days , Mt Fuji is Japan's tallest and colossus of symmetry

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the volcanic peak is surrounded by vegetation and the Fuji Five Lakes, all within easy reach of Tokyo by bullet train


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