1. Aman Tokyo, Japan
First stop is Aman Tokyo, and you’ll be landing just in time for sakura season, where the city turns pink from blooming cherry blossoms. Housed atop the Otemachi Tower in the heart of Ginza, this spectacular property could be described as a modern ryokan in the sky given its use of traditional Japanese design elements.
Options for your itinerary include sushi-making classes, lessons in the sword-fighting martial art known as laido and tea ceremonies, as well as private guided tours of the city’s finest attractions including Tsukiji Fish Market, the widely recognised Asakusa restaurant and the Imperial Palace Gardens.