The Residences have been designed to immerse their inhabitants in nature. Set apart from the main area of the resort, each one is surrounded by a vast garden of its own.
Contemporary in aesthetic, traditional in inspiration, the Residence’s architecture by Kerry Hill pays tribute to the minka homes of historic Japanese villages, at one with the landscape around them.
In keeping with Japan’s ancient wellness culture, the Residences are designed to take advantage of Amanemu’s mineral-rich hot springs, with each one containing private onsen baths inside and out.
Built around a private onsen, the 2-bedroom Residences are designed to embrace the outdoors and make the most of natural light. Interiors are warm, soothing and understated, with understated materials such as plain woods and local stone to enhance the naturally restful atmosphere of the setting.
Beyond the waters of the Residence onsens, the main resort encompasses a network of wellness-enhancing thermal springs – the focal point of a 2,000sq m Aman Spa. Owners and guests are free to use these as they desi