Bringing together sanctuaries with more than a thousand years of history and avant-garde buildings, the Land of the Rising Sun fulfills the challenge of tuning the ancient and the modern.
It is precisely this harmony that fascinates the most daring couples, who seek an exotic destination far from home to start their life together.
Japan is the place where tradition and modernity are clearly inseparable.
With more than three thousand islands along the Circle of Fire, the archipelago combines large cosmopolitan cities with regional communities totally rooted in local culture.
At the same time as the nation moves towards the future, its ancient heritage remains preserved in the temples.
With wonderful landscapes like Mount Fuji, paradisiacal beaches bathed by Okinawa and all the unique architecture of Buddhist temples and royal palaces, Japan is contradictory and balanced, the country of cherry trees, technology, traditions and delicious food is the living proof that opposites, in addition to being attractive, are inviting to all styles of travelers.
Tokyo has been the capital of Japan since 1868.
Formerly called Edo, it became the headquarters of the Shogunate in 1603 and, under the influence of the Shogun, took advantage of all the capital privileges of the country, thus developing an original and sophisticated environment.
In 1868, with the transfer of the power of the Shogun to the Emperor, Edo changed its name to Tokyo, seat of the imperial government.
With more than 30 million inhabitants, the metropolitan region of Tokyo is the area with the largest number of inhabitants in the world.
Former fishing village, situated on the banks of the Sumida River, Tokyo is a place of contrasts, where huge glass skyscrapers can be seen next to centuries-old temples.
As a background, there is still Mount Fuji, framing the metropolis.
Tokyo has everything and a little more than a couple could wish for on a honeymoon trip.
The largest city on the map is home to stunning hotels, which are actually extremely luxurious.
Staying in a futuristic skyscraper with perfect services and a staff with a shy smile and a sweet look is undeniable or, for the daring, we suggest accommodation in a ryokan – traditional Japanese hotel where guests sleep on futon / tatami beds- a way perfect to experience oriental customs!
Tokyo offers more Michelin-starred restaurants than any other city on the planet; gastronomy is a delicious attraction that chases everywhere. Japanese cuisine goes far beyond sushi or sashimi – the couple will be able to taste very typical meals such as Sekihan (a kind of stew), Sukiyaki (mixture of pasta) or Hamo (fish from the region).
There is much to do in and around the city, countless surprises and discoveries that delight everyone, from traditional to super modern neighborhoods.
This is, after all, a place where everything has been carefully designed, with the aim of offering honeymooners a perfect oasis, full of secrets and magic!
The city is also a good choice for couples who do not give up shopping on the trip.
Electronics and fashion are present and with a lot of emphasis. The best stores are at the Harajuku station and in the Ginza district, with an emphasis on Avenue Omotesando-dori, also called the Japanese Champs Elysée.
Considered the country’s capital for more than ten thousand years, Kyoto is a place where Japanese traditions can be seen in an authentic way.
City of geishas and samurai, it has about two thousand temples, Buddhists and Shintoists, among them Kinkaku-ji, one of the most beautiful buildings in Japan.
We suggest a visit to Nijo Castle, the residence of the first shogun of the Edo era.
The third most populous city in Japan, Osaka stands out as a place of commerce, and is still one of the country’s economic centers.
It still has an old side, evident in the beautiful Osaka Castle, but futuristic and modern buildings are gaining more and more space.
Osaka is, by tradition, a destination with excellent restaurants and a lively nightlife.
The city is the living memory of one of the saddest chapters in human history.
Visiting it generates different feelings in visitors; many are thrilled to see the summit of the A-Bomb, the only building that remained standing after the atomic bomb razed the city during World War II.
The memory of the tragedy is told in the Peace Park, where a series of monuments reminds thousands of victims.
The central point of the park is the Peace Memorial Museum, whose collection includes photos and videos that show the devastation caused by the explosion.
Japan is a destination that can be visited throughout the year.
The best times of the year are between late April and early May, months when the cherry trees bloom; and between September and December, when the foliage of the trees is at its peak of beauty.
Tokyo in July and August can be a very humid city, and in the first months of the year it can be very cold, despite the sun. primeiros meses do ano pode ser muito fria, apesar do sol.
The Aman Resorts signature is synonymous with luxury and exclusivity!
This magnificent chain hotel is a rare monument to the modern Japanese capital, a place where urban dynamism is tempered with serenity.
Situated in Otemachi, the hotel is within walking distance of Tokyo Station and the Nihonbashi district.
The luxurious and spacious rooms and suites are equipped with traditional Japanese furniture, washi paper sliding doors and a deep-soak hole bathtub.
The modern Spa offers eight treatment rooms, hot Japanese baths and a swimming pool overlooking the city.
To end any wonderful experience offered by the hotel in the best way, they also have the exquisite gastronomy served in the Restaurant Aman and a cellar of 1,200 bottles of wine.
Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo – Marunouchi
Experience the impeccable service of the boutique hotel in Marunouchi, located in the heart of the central business district, with direct access to Tokyo Station.
With only 57 luxurious rooms, the Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo defines the best in the high standard for personalized service.
The hotel offers a lot of comfort and pampering to honeymooners. Each room is meticulously decorated with contemporary furnishings that add a romantic touch, the light from the floor-to-ceiling windows providing a rich experience.
Opened in April 2015, Motif Restaurant & Bar offers exquisite French cuisine with a “farm to table” concept, a delight for the couple!
Ryumeikan Ochanomizu Honten
Founded in 1899, as Ryokan (Japanese style hotel).
A history of prestige and family tradition for more than a century.
Today a new generation takes on an innovative face with the Hotel Ryumeikan Honten in the cultural city Kanda-Ocyanomizu.
With easy access to Shin-Ochanomizu Subway Station.
The hotel offers serene and Zen hospitality, the sophisticated rooms have modern and traditional Japanese facilities.
At the 1899 Ochanomizu restaurant you can try traditional cuisine and the famous Ocha (green tea) – the hotel’s cultural heritage, original recipe from 1899.
A unique experience!
Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills
Situated in the heart of Tokyo, in an impressive tower that forms part of the city’s urban landscape.
This region was vitalized exclusively for the 2020 Olympic Games.
Andaz in Hindi means “Personal Style”, representing a new philosophy of providing services in a sophisticated and non-existent style, something innovative.
Since its first launch in London, in 2007, the Andaz chain offers bold environments. It was opened in Tokyo in 2014, it is the 12th hotel of the Andaz by Hyatt brand – offering 164 rooms, eight of which are special suites.
On the 51st floor, the Andaz Tavern restaurant offers an elegant atmosphere with an unrivaled oriental touch, offering stunning views – the menu features a European provincial mix with meals made with fresh Japanese products.
The hotel houses the largest wedding chapel in the city, coveted by many Japanese couples to hold such a dreamed wedding ceremony.
Guests enjoy the Spa & Club, with a unique 20-meter pool overlooking the Imperial Palace. The hotel is close to Tokyo Station.
With easy access to shopping in Ginza, the financial district of Marunouchi and the entertainment areas of Akasaka and Roppongi.
Hyatt – Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills offers innovative accommodation experiences in Tokyo.