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Amanemu, perched on the rolling hills of Ise-Shima National Park in southwestern Japan, is a hot-spring sanctuary overlooking the calm waters of Ago Bay. The property embraces the Japanese tradition of onsen bathing – harnessing nutrient-rich thermal springs to provide a uniquely contemplative and restorative experience.
Amanemu feels like the ultimate wellness sanctuary.
The vast 24 suites and four villas – each featuring an expansive deck and private onsen baths – are beautiful architectural examples of Japanese simplicity, inspired by low-roofed traditional minka homes and awash with light, space and natural materials.
The outdoor swimming pool, surrounded by daybeds, is perfect for swimming laps or just relaxing. There’s also a fitness center, in addition to yoga and meditation classes. Practice yoga on the outdoor platform, witness a prayer ceremony at the Ise Grand Shrine or go fishing with a local angler and have the chef prepare fresh sashimi from your catch.
Along with the exceptional onsen facilities, Amanemu’s Spa offers a world-class range of treatments – including three personalised signature Wellness Immersion programs – and a communal outdoor thermal spring.
The Ise Shima region is home to Ise Jingu Grand Shrine, Japan’s holiest Shinto site, and some of the most beautiful natural scenery in the nation – not to mention some of its very best culinary produce. The Restaurant at Amanemu uses these local ingredients at their seasonal best, including Matsusaka Wagyu beef and just-caught seafood.
The bar is the perfect spot to take advantage of your Virtuoso food and beverage credit.
This intimate property is best for couples. But, it’s also good for family vacation with the kids.
Amanemu is set within Ise-Shima National Park on the Kii Peninsula, in the southwestern region of the island of Honshu. The resort overlooks Ago Bay, known as the Bay of Pearls – a blue expanse dotted with oyster rafts and islets.
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