Amanemu, perched on the rolling hills of Ise-Shima National Park in southwestern Japan, is a hot-spring sanctuary overlooking the calm waters of Ago Bay

Japanese Dining Experiences at Amanemu

Restaurants are open to guests and non-residents

The Restaurant, with pearl rafts and forests in sight, focuses on Japanese food, while some Western cuisine is also served. Thanks to the varied microclimates of Mie Prefecture, local suppliers provide delicate fruits, an array of vegetables, as well as the renowned Matsusaka beef and a variety of fresh seafood

Locally grown produce is at the heart of every dining experience

Amanemu showcases the region’s gourmet heritage, which dates back centuries and was once known as the breadbasket of the ancient Imperial Court


Indulge in Matsusaka Wagyu, one of Japan’s most renowned dishes

The meat’s extremely fine marbling is the result of exceptional care given to the locally reared cattle


Fresh daily catches from nearby waters include spiny lobster and abalone

Amanemu’s seafood is served in a variety of ways including sashimi, fried and roasted for an exceptional Japanese dining experience


Vaulted ceiling and views of Ago Bay

Spacious, bright, and with a vaulted ceiling and view of Ago Bay, the venue draws on the aesthetics of traditional Japanese dining houses.

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