Any new hotel that opens in Tokyo has got to really distinguish itself if it’s to stand out. But the 84-room Aman does just that, with a Zen-meets-Modernist décor that makes good use of earthy materials (rough-hewn stone, velvety hinoki wood) and views over the eastern half of the city. Don’t miss the pool, with its views of Mt. Fuji, and the beautiful traditional Japanese breakfast.
Located in the Yanaka area of north-east Tokyo, close to the Ginza shopping street and in the centre of one of Tokyo's friendliest neighbourhoods, Ryokan Katsutaro has simple rooms that can sleep up to four, and Wi-Fi is available throughout.Bicycles available for rent (£1.70 a day). This area of Tokyo has in recent years seen the opening of several galleries and museums, and is perfect for tourists looking to explore the city's art scene. katsutaro.com, doubles from £70
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