Discover relaxation beyond compare in the verdant seaside of Atami.
Famous for its natural hot springs and onsen baths, nestled against an ancient and verdant volcanic hillside, Atami sits conveniently within easy reach of both Tokyo and Kyoto.
Kissed by the gentle sea breeze from Sagami Bay, the development enjoys stunning views of the ocean, the idyllic maritime town, and the lush landscape between, a true escape from the bustle of city living.
Entirely unique in its immaculate balance between luxury and harmony with the idyllic surroundings, stepping foot in this estate seems to slow the rhythm of time itself. Every inch of the sprawling grounds has been meticulously designed with the expertise and attention of an incredible team.
Discover the estate house near the highest point of the property, lovingly restored and renewed by renowned architect and interior designer André Fu.
A traditional tea house and incredible Japanese gardens envelop the estate and make a seamless transition to its dining and wellness spaces: settle down for fine dining at the all-day restaurant, a decadent treat at the confectionary counter or relax and rejuvenating in the gorgeous AMOMA spa.
Owners of the Estate House will have preferred access to dining and wellness spaces upon completion of Phase II in 2024.
Indoor Features | Traditional Japanese Onsen-fed soaking tub
Outdoor Features | Landscape design by award-winning Sola Associates; Swimming pool; Traditional tea house; Japanese gardens
Luxury Transportation Access | Bespoke Rolls Royce Phantoms available on request; Preferred access to VistaJet; VistaJet Silver membership valid for 12 months; AMOMA Atami concierge team available to coordinate travel logistics
Other Amenities | Access to all common areas; Confectionery counter; Thermal suite and sauna
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7 minutes to Atami Golf Club
7 minutes to MOA Museum of Art
10 minutes to Atami Station
40 minutes to Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park
1.5 hours to Tokyo
1.75 hours to Haneda Airport
2.75 hours to Kyoto