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Janu: The First Chapter

A dynamic new hotel brand is redefining connection through travel in Tokyo

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A visionary hotel brand for those who seek a more dynamic kind of travel, Janu is the new sibling to ultra-luxury hospitality brand Aman, revered for more than 35 years for its peaceful private sanctuaries in pioneering locations. Derived from the Sanskrit word for ‘soul’, Janu is founded on the principles of collective joy and connection, creating transformative experiences across dining, wellness and culture that uplift and inspire.


Recently, Janu unveiled its inaugural hotel in Tokyo, beginning the first chapter in a growing series of planned destinations that will unfold from the Maldives to Montenegro.


In the heart of the city’s vibrant Azabudai Hills neighbourhood, Janu Tokyo is set within the landmark Residence A Tower designed by visionary architects Pelli Clarke & Partners. Its 122 light-filled rooms and suites, with interiors from Jean-Michel Gathy of Denniston, are among the largest in the capital.


Janu Tokyo’s eight dining and social spaces elevate the lively surrounding restaurant scene at Azabudai Hills, from Janu Mercato, with its convivial atmosphere celebrating the best of Italian cuisine, to the Janu Grill, complete with a spectacular show kitchen. Elsewhere, Sumi offers a contemporary reinterpretation of Japan’s sumibiyaki grill tradition, and Hu Jing brings a new vision of Cantonese cooking, known for its signature roasted duck.


With one of the largest spa and gym facilities in Tokyo, including a 25m swimming pool, Janu provides a more holistic approach to all areas of wellness and movement – whether seeking the uplifting energy of others through group fitness classes, or tailored personal training to enhance fitness goals. For those looking to slow things down, the in-house spa comprises nine treatment rooms and two private spa houses, each with a Hammam or Banya.


Connected to the life and soul of the city, Janu’s local experts are ready to share the secrets of Tokyo’s rich cultural fabric. From workshops with local artisans, to guided gallery tours and urban adventures, Janu creates enriching moments that will outlast each stay.

Let us show you around. Discover Janu Tokyo

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