The Aman is one of the newest additions to Tokyo’s sublime luxury hotels. If budget were not a “minor” constraint, I would move to a suite with Imperial Gardens view and live happily ever after. The architecture is serene, making you feel instantly at peace. I went there for a drink at The Lounge and in the middle of the beautiful contemporary lobby there was a lady playing traditional Japanese harp. There is an Italian restaurant with a wine cellar of over 1200 wines or your can try the hotel’s signature sake. The Spa is also divine, so I heard, and the swimming pool has an astonishing view of Tokyo’s skyline, as seen on hundreds of Instagram photos.