AmanemuAgo Bay Embodies the Notion of a Quiet Retreat
2165 Hazako Hamajima-cho Shima-shi Mie Japan

US$ 1,042 ~ US$ 5,602

1 to 6 guests / 6 inventories
Check-in 15:00 / Check-out 12:00
  • Breakfast
  • Dinner
  • Projector or TV
  • Swimming pool
  • Tub (ex. Jacuzzi, Hinoki)
Mie Prefecture's Hot Spring Baths and Restrained Traditional Japanese Aesthetics
Mie Prefecture, which is also popular with Japanese citizens, is known for its beautiful natural scenery, and Amanemu is located in the prefecture's Southern region. Amanemu, a hot spring resort inspired by Ryokan located in the heart of the Iseshima forested hill, is a combination of 'Aman', which means peace in Sanskrit, and 'NEMU' which means joy in Japanese. While staying at Amanemu, you'll experience Japanese hospitality in a contemporary space inspired by traditional Japanese aesthetics.

Outdoor activities are permitted in villas and suites located in the scenic Ago Bay or in beautiful gardens. Each room has a dedicated hot spring for mental relaxation, and the spacious terrace allows you to enjoy the natural environment throughout the four seasons. Amanemu's rooms, which were conceived in Japanese architecture, have given new life to traditional houses through their modern designs. Each room is set in a lush landscape and features a garden and a view of Ago Bay. The Amanemu features a large open space with plenty of natural light and a soothing color palette made entirely of natural materials. The Villas consist of two bedrooms, where you can enjoy the outside scenery by opening the fabric blinds.

Enjoy your meal at a restaurant that overlooks the Shinju in Ago Bay and the changing colors of the forest. You can sample a variety of Japanese specialties, including the finest Matsuzakagyu and fresh seafood. Amanemu's 2,000-square-meter spa is water-themed, evoking Japan's sixth-century hot spring bathing tradition. Let us unwind in a large hot spring bath filled with mineral-rich hot spring water.

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