Aman's Janu Tokyo is now accepting reservations for its March 2024 opening, as part of a debut including Aman Residences Tokyo in the Toranomon-Azabudai Urban Redevelopment Project.
What is Aman's Janu Brand?
As we wrote in Aman Launches Janu Affordable Luxury, Janu is Aman's new lifestyle brand that will focus more on community and social connection, and also be at a slightly lower price point than Aman Tokyo. It will likely appeal to a younger demographic.
Janu Tokyo Location and Facilities
Janu Tokyo will be located in the Toranomon-Azabudai District Redevelopment, 1 Chome-6-19 Azabudai, about a 15 minute walk from the Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills and a 35 minute walk from the Imperial Palace. Tokyo Haneda Airport (HND) is a 20-30 minute drive, while Tokyo Narita (NRT) is a 1 hour or more drive, depending on traffic.
The hotel will be on floors 1–13 in the B-2 District Tower, completely separate from the Aman Residences, Tokyo, which will occupy floors 54-64 of the A District Tower. The hotel will be designed by Denniston, under the guidance of Jean-Michel Gathy, who also designed the new Four Seasons Tokyo Otemachi, the new Four Seasons Bangkok at Chao Phraya, Cheval Blanc Randheli in the Maldives, and other Aman resorts such as Amanoi in Vietnam, Aman Canal Grande in Venice, Amanyara in Turks & Caicos, and Amanwana in Indonesia.
Janu Tokyo Rooms and Suites
Janu Tokyo will have 120 luxury rooms and suites. They start with the entry level Deluxe Room (592 sq. ft./55 sq. m.), followed by the City Room (667 sq. ft./62 sq. m.), Deluxe Suite, and Premier Room (with private balcony).
We especially like the higher category suites, such as the Tower View Suite (1130 sq. ft./105 sq. m.) with its curved floor to ceiling windows of Tokyo Tower, private balcony, and guest powder room.
Janu Tokyo Dining and Spa
Janu will feature five restaurants, in addition to a lounge/garden terrace, bar, and patisserie. Mercato will be Janu's all-day-dining concept, with soaring ceilings, imbued with natural light from its wall of windows, serving Italian cuisine from three open kitchens and offering outdoor terrace seating in warmer months.
Japanese offerings include Sumi, specializing in dishes cooked over a traditional sumibiyaki grill and paired with premium sake or wine, and Iigura, a sushi bar.
Hu Jing will be Janu's Chinese restaurant, with Cantonese specialties such as roast duck and dim sum.
In keeping with Aman's and Janu's emphasis on wellness, Janu Tokyo will have Japan’s largest spa, over 43,000 sq. ft. (4000 m²), including Tokyo's largest gym (3660 sq. ft./340 sq. m.), an 82 foot (25 m.) long swimming pool, group movement studios, seven treatment rooms, two Spa Houses, and hydrotherapy facilities with a hammam.
Tokyo is one of the most competitive luxury hotel markets in the world, so it will be interesting to see how Janu Tokyo's debut is received.
Janu Tokyo Benefits for TravelSort Clients
- Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability
- Daily breakfast for up to two guests per bedroom (already included in hotel rates)
- $100 USD equivalent Food & Beverage credit to be utilized during stay (not combinable, not valid on room rate, no cash value if not redeemed in full)
- Early Check-In / Late Check-Out, subject to availability
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
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