Janu Tokyo to Open in March 2024

The only hotel within the development – located in the Residence A Tower designed by esteemed architects, Pelli Clarke & Partners – Janu Tokyo introduces 122 light-filled rooms and suites, eight dining venues, two boutiques and a 4,000 sqm state-of-the- art Wellness Centre.

Janu Tokyo reveals itself with a lofty gallery and reception, where a sense of space is fostered through considered use of glass and textured mouldings that reflect soft, glowing light. Above, a ceiling embellished with intricate lattice woodwork and rows of woven rope arches (a modern interpretation of the traditional Japanese technique of shimenawa) connects guests from street level into the soul of Janu with comfort and ease.

“Janu Tokyo’s DNA exudes a youthful energy, brimming with liveliness and playfulness that sets it apart from the poised and composed character of Aman,” comments Jean-Michel Gathy, the award-winning international architect responsible for the hotel’s interior design. “The space is a thrilling exploration of textures, colours, and design elements that awakes the senses and ignites imagination.”

Designed to enhance individual wellbeing through the concept of connectedness and the notion of the shared social experience, the paramount 4,000 sqm Wellness Centre features one of Tokyo’s largest gyms (340 sqm), as well as five movement studios for group exercise including the only boxing ring located within a hotel in Tokyo, alongside spinning, world-class training, recovery and relaxation facilities.

An extensive hydrotherapy and thermal area is centred around a 25-metre heated lap pool and features a separate lounge pool – traditionally a place for socialising in Japan – as well as two signature private Spa Houses, introducing an entirely new spa concept to Japan, with cold and hot plunge pools, Banya and Hammam.

There are nine treatment rooms as well as a recovery studio with hyperbaric oxygen therapy chamber. For those not staying at the hotel, Janu Tokyo will also offer Wellness Collective memberships enabling access to its facilities, programming and an exclusive members-only lounge.

Janu Tokyo offers a diverse range of dining destinations, spanning from comfort and familiarity to the excitement of the unknown. Elevating the neighbourhood’s dining scene, Janu Mercato is a lively, all-day emporium celebrating Italian culinary culture. Here, dishes are served from three open kitchen counters; one serving homemade pasta; another presenting a vast display of fresh fish and seafood prepared to order; and one offering European charcuterie and cheeses.

Janu Mercato dishes can be enjoyed in the double-height, glass-walled dining area or outdoors on the Parisian-inspired terrace, both of which overlook the neighbourhood’s manicured gardens and abundant green space. The adjoining marble-walled Janu Patisserie pays homage to European pastry traditions through an exquisite collection of the finest baked delights and parfaits available to enjoy in the café or to take away.

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