The Beating Heart of a New Urban Community Janu Unveils Its Inaugural Hotel in Tokyo

Janu, meaning ‘soul’ in Sanskrit, opens its inaugural hotel in Tokyo today, marking the inception of a robust and expanding pipeline of 12 properties. Reshaping the luxury hospitality landscape, Janu draws from the legacy of its revered sibling, Aman, while charting its own unique course with an innovative and inspiring vision.

In harmony with Aman yet offering a distinctive touch, Janu radiates an uplifting spirit and playful design narrative, in contrast to the serene tranquillity and calming zen for which Aman is renowned.

Put simply, if Aman is sanctuary, then Janu is connection. The launch of Janu Tokyo solidifies Aman Group’s position as the pinnacle of ultra-luxury hospitality and lifestyle experiences.

At the heart of Azabudai Hills, a dynamic new neighbourhood created and managed by Japan’s leading developer, Mori Building Co. Ltd., Janu Tokyo enhances the experience of both its guests and the local community through enriching moments that celebrate the joy of genuine human interaction.

A fitting flagship, Janu Tokyo introduces 122 guest rooms and suites, eight venues for dining and socialising, and a 4,000 sqm spa and wellness centre to a landmark building designed by visionary architects Pelli Clarke & Partners and interiors by Jean-Michel Gathy of Denniston.

“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.

Latest news

Related news