In a dynamic Tokyo district where corporate and creative industries come together, so too do the guests of Janu Tokyo. Located in Azabudai, the luxury hotel captures the compelling energy of its surroundings – that of Japanese history and culture juxtaposed with global business influence and contemporary entertainment, all in the shadows of the emblematic Tokyo Tower.
Set to open in autumn 2023, Janu Tokyo will deliver a soulful setting to the city’s newest and most progressive development to date, Azabudai Hills. Thirty years in the making, the area is designed with the aim of creating a modern urban village designed around community and wellbeing, reflecting Janu’s purpose of nurturing kindred spirits and collective moments.
Across 13 floors, Janu Tokyo’s interior hotel design by acclaimed Jean-Michel Gathy of Denniston Architects brings lightness in contrast to the vibrancy of the city. Floor-to-ceiling windows and private balconies with views of Tokyo Tower spark curiosity for what surrounds, while an abundance of connecting rooms encourage group travel.
Bringing a contemporary and creative zest for life to Azabudai Hills’s hospitality scene, the hotel’s dining venues will exude the brand’s signature energy – a trinity of connection, inspiration and exploration. The Patisserie and Italian dining, convivial spaces to gather; sushi omakase-style and sumibiyaki chef’s tables, interactive and theatrical; a host of private dining rooms where modern Cantonese will be offered.
The Janu Wellness Centre, spanning approximately 4,000sqm, will be one of the largest facilities of its kind within any luxury hotel in Tokyo, entirely reimagining the concept of balance. Going above and beyond the everyday notions of spa, facilities bring harmony - extensive hydrotherapy and thermal areas are juxtaposed with Japanese bathing; functional training zones for group spinning and boxing contrasted with serene Pilates and yoga spaces.
From local city tours of Japan’s ateliers to sake tasting with old friends and new faces. From rising with the sun in a morning group fitness class to perfecting the art of ikebana flower arrangement. From an afternoon weaving for sampling various kinds of food through the back alleys of Tokyo to dinner served from a burning wood oven as conversations lead late into the evening, Janu is a place to stretch the boundaries of a city break.
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