安缦伊沐是安缦在全球建立的第30家度假村，也是安缦旗下首个温泉度假村。如果东京安缦是繁华都市中的净土，那么安缦伊沐则利用山海与森林，创造出一个令人得以参悟日本传统文化空寂之美的禅意居所。安缦集团首席执行官Olivier Jolivet先生说道：“随着东京安缦的开幕，我们开启了安缦在日本的旅程，Amanemu是这段旅程的延续，我们希望创造出真正的安缦体验，为我们的客人呈现日本独特的自然美景精致料理，以及 ‘无微不至（omotenashi）’的独有待客文化。”
延续日本安缦的设计格调，安缦伊沐依旧采用御用设计团队 Kerry Hill Architects做建筑与室内设计，以现代的方式演绎日本传统建筑，深谙日本传统文化中对自然的敬畏，每一处细节都体现出人与自然的沟通，并借鉴日本传统温泉旅馆化繁为简，追求心灵的宁静的风格，创造出独一无二神似日本温泉度假胜地，却又不失现代格调的安缦签名作品。
A Residence of Zen within the Bay of Pearl Amanemu
A blue bay dotted with pearl white boats, surrounded with green ancient hills and a large spread of primitive forests with dark black modern Japanese farmhouse buildings such is the tranquil hiding place of the 30th Aman hotel worldwide –Amanemu. The name Amanemu originated from Sanskrit, meaning peace. For her isolated purity, it is no wonder she has been chased by the global Aman fans since its opening last year.
Since the opening of Aman Tokyo in 2014, Amanemu has come to the middle part of Japan in IseShima National Park in Honshu, Mie Perfecture in 2016. Located in the mountainous area of Ago Bay, Amanemu is sitting atop the most quiet hill, neighbored by the ancient and sacred Shinto temple, the Ise grand shrine. And this place is definitely the best location for creating a Japanese Zen style heaven in the classical Japanese natural environment.
Amanemu is the 30th resort built by Aman group, and also the first hot spring resort under Aman brand. If Aman Tokyo is the oasis of the cosmopolitan, then Amanemu is certainly a Zen place created with mountain, sea and forest, where the beauty of the Japanese traditional culture can be appreciated fully. The CEO of Aman group Olivier Jolivet said ”With the opening of Aman Tokyo, we have embarked on the Aman journey in Japan, and Amanemu is the continuation of this same journey. We would like to create the real Aman experience, and show our customers the unique natural beauty of Japan, its delicate cuisine and the one and only hospitality culture of omotenashi.”
Continuing the design style of Japanese Aman, Amanemu is designed by exclusive Aman design team Kerry Hill Architects for its architecture and interior design. The design team interprets the Japanese traditional architecture with a modern approach, and shows the respect of nature embedded in the traditional Japanese culture, and the communication between men and nature in every detail. Based on the simplified verion of Japanese traditional hot spring hotel and its peaceful style, the team has successfully created a unique Japanese hot springs resort, without losing the Aman signature of the modern time.
The whole hotel has only 24 suites and 4 Villas, so the tranquility will not be disturbed by the overcrowded guests. The Sanshui landscape created by the natural environment and the rock of the mountain, has left a Zenlike blank space for the hotel.
The simple architecture of the guestrooms and the public space have blended well with the natural background. Traditional tileroofed house and dark black pine wood wall are of classic Japanese style. Accompanied with a great amount of French windows and wooden doors, the guests breathe with the sky, the ocean and the forests, entering complete harmony of the world.
Every one of the 24 suites has an area of 90 m² and above, enjoying either a forest view or a bay view. The size of the double bedroom villa has an area of 375 m², and once you open the Japanese pull door framed with silk cloth, the nature is within your grasp. The spacious interior is flush with gentle lights, and decorated with light gold Japanese wood, mono tone clothes and ropes, and the bamboo lanterns custom made by the local craftsmen. As a hot spring resort, every guest room has a private hot spring, with the water running from the nearby natural fountain.
At nighttime, the guests can sit in the Japanese hot spring pool paved with coal black basalt rock, and enjoy the starslit sky; in the morning, the guest again can visit the hot spring while drinking a glass of orange juice from the Mie Perfecture, or meditate on the outdoor terrace. There is nothing but total relaxation here.