Biophilia and biodiversity
Aman Kyoto is set in a once-forgotten secret garden with many indigenous trees such as cedars, Camphor trees and evergreen shrubs such as andromeda, camellia, and blue oaks, across its 80 acres, including 72 acres of permanent forest. In the early summer, guests can admire beautiful vivid green maples, and in the autumn, the setting is resplendent in red leaves. With grounds designed to self-irrigate, rainwater is captured through the site's numerous hidden caves and water tunnels. This is a true sanctuary soundtracked by the natural sounds of water and wind, and frogs and cicadas in summer. Time in the meditative gardens quickly resets the nervous system of all who relax here.