Aman flags tallest residential building in Japan

Aman Residences Tokyo, Japan

Aman unveils its first standalone branded residential project, Aman Residences, Tokyo, located in the heart of the new Azabudai Hills, a dynamic new neighbourhood created and managed by Japan’s leading developer, Mori Building Co. Ltd.

Located in the Azabudai Hills Mori JP Tower architecture designed by Pelli Clarke & Partners, Pritzker prized architecture firm, the tallest residential building in Japan, Aman Residences Tokyo comprises 91 fully serviced apartments with vast residence-only amenities across the top eleven floors of the tower. With interiors designed by Yabu Pushelberg the concept for the project was to draw inspiration from the elements and explore the relationship between the land, sea, and sky uniting this with the Aman aesthetic of Asian style with European influences.

Upon arrival, the residences feature a private entrance and dedicated elevators which ascend directly to the residential floor in the tower wherein the arrival lobby astounds with its suspended sculpture of immense scale which floats above a tranquil reflection pond, designed to ground owners and reconnect them to the natural elements in the midst of the city.

In addition to the residences, owners benefit from hotel-like programming and extensive amenities, as well as Aman’s unparalleled service to elevate one’s lifestyle. Owners will enjoy the Lounge, bar, private dining room, tea room, library, reading room, media room and games room. Furthermore, the Aman Spa features an approx. 25m pool, sauna, steam, relaxation room, plus two treatment rooms, and expansive gym.

Nature is at the root of the design intention and concept at Aman Residences, Tokyo, reflecting Aman’s long-standing ethos to celebrate the local culture, heritage, and surroundings of each of its settings. Throughout the shared spaces, there is the punctuation of the elements; water, air, fire, and earth, not only create moments of beauty but also enable owners to reconnect with oneself, grounded in the spaces through references to nature.

Today, Aman operates 13 branded residence locations, with a further ten destinations due to feature Aman Residences in the next five years in destinations such as Bangkok, Beverly Hills, Miami Beach and Niseko.



Janu Tokyo debuts in Azabudai Hills alongside sister property Aman Residences, Tokyo, with 122 guest rooms and suites, eight venues for dining and socialising, and a 4,000 sqm spa and wellness centre.

“The opening of Janu Tokyo solidifies Aman Group’s status as the unrivalled emblem of ultra-luxury hospitality,” says Vlad Doronin, Chairman and CEO at Aman Group. “Aman has always epitomised luxury hospitality, with devoted guests at its heart, who repeatedly journey through our constellation of hotels and resorts. Now, as we introduce Janu Tokyo, we are heralding a new era. The strategic decision to launch Janu reflects our commitment to evolving alongside the desires of today’s dynamic travellers, particularly the offspring of Aman loyalists, the rising Amanjunkies, who seek uplifting experiences and authentic human connections. Janu Tokyo promises to be the epicentre of this transformative movement, welcoming a new cohort of guests.”

Janu Tokyo’s commitment to enhancing wellbeing begins in its multi-disciplinary spa and wellness centre which spans across four floors. Designed to encourage social wellness, and complement both active and passive pathways, one of Tokyo’s largest gyms (340 sqm) is accompanied by five movement studios for group exercise including spinning, yoga, golf simulation, and boxing, alongside an extensive hydrotherapy and thermal area with a 25-metre indoor lap pool and heated lounge pool for relaxation.