Aman bolsters Japan offering with fourth property

Aman has confirmed plans to open a fourth property in Japan.

Aman Niseko will be an all-season resort situated on the slopes of Mount Moiwa in a largely untouched nature reserve in Hokkaido’s Niseko region.

The property, scheduled to open in 2023, will have 30 guest rooms and 31 residences featuring open fireplaces, private Furo bathtubs and onsen (hot spring) facilities, as well as a number of restaurants, a kid’s club and an Aman Spa.

The Niseko region is known for reliable snowfall and long ski runs, but in the summer it can also provide good conditions for hiking, mountain biking and river rafting. 

Aman said the property was located minutes from the restaurants, museums and entertainment of Niseko’s five main areas – Moiwa, Hirafu, Niseko Village, Annupuri and Hanazono. 

Aman Niseko joins Aman Tokyo, Aman Kyoto and Amanemu in Shima-shi. 

“The announcement of Aman Niseko follows the recent and successful debut of Aman Kyoto,” said Aman’s chief executive and chairman Vladislav Doronin.

“Aman Niseko is designed in harmony with its expansive and serene surroundings and the resort and residences will embrace Aman’s devotion to detail and impeccable service. 

“This all-season resort will be a haven of peacefulness immersed in the purest Japanese scenery with the renowned thoughtfulness of Japanese hospitality.”

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