AMAN TOKYO, the Japanese capital’s most magnificent hotel (PHENOMENAL): impressions & evaluate



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36 thoughts on “AMAN TOKYO, the Japanese capital’s most magnificent hotel (PHENOMENAL): impressions & evaluate

  1. I prefer a "middle class hotel" among the real population, you really live the country/city experience. Rich peoples always go to the same kind of hotel, 5 stars, whatever country they go. Even Madagascar.

  2. Trying to mix the Japanese aesthetic of wabi sabi with western opulence and luxury was always a doomed venture. They are opposites and what you're left with is something that has lost it's essence and is neither one thing or the other. Cold, impersonal, unwelcoming.

  3. A truly beautiful interior. Beautiful. It reminds me of the NGV Building here in Melbourne, though the Aman is much better. The NGV is dark and pokey, the Aman is bright and light. I refer to the style, not the result. Quite wonderful.

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