Aman Resorts’ Amanemu at Ago Bay: Japan’s new stunning retreat in a glorious location

Amanemu is stunningly sympatico with its glorious location on Ago Bay. Photo: Nacasa & Partners Inc. Amanemu. Photo: Luke Burgess

Amanemu is located at Ago Bay. Photo: Nacasa & Partners inc.

“Uniqueness of place must be allowed to surface.” Influential Australian-born and Singapore-based architect Kerry Hill, once expressed an aspect of his approach to design as such. The South East Asia hotel specialist has done just that in creating luxury line Aman Resorts’ second property in Japan.

Amanemu is stunningly sympatico with its glorious location on Ago Bay, AKA the “Bay of Pearls” in the Ise Shima National Park, with each of the 24 suites and four two-bedroom villas oriented towards a unique view of bay, forest, mountain or garden, framed by huge casement windows that open completely to meld the interior seamlessly with the exterior.

The ryokan-style retreat about 300 kilometres south-west of Tokyo centres around hot springs, harnessed in magnificent private and communal indoor and outdoor tubs and pools.

The property’s restaurant specialises in miketsukuni​, an imperial Japanese cuisine, and serves the Matsusaka Ushi variety of Wagyu beef , a regional specialty.

Natural materials and a neutral palette pervade in a serene, clean-lined complex with a traditional courtyard with fire pit.

As tempting as it might be to stay put and foster personal Zen, the area is full of fascinating shines and pilgrim trails. The resort organises guided visits and hikes.

Rates start at JPY 109,836 ($1296) a room a night including all taxes and fees for a Mori Suite. See aman苏州美甲美睫培训学校.

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