If ever you’ve had a fantasy of staying in a hyper-modern, minimalist penthouse in the sky, look no further than the Aman Resort Hotel located in Tokyo’s business district. The resort itself occupies the top six floors of the 38-storey, 200-meter-tall Otemachi Tower with the lobby, at nearly 30 meters high, decked out in translucent washi paper - in order to resemble the interior of a Japanese paper lantern - so it actually feels like you’re floating over the city.

There are just 84 rooms and suites, which start at a very roomy 71 square meters, with views looking out onto the Imperial Palace and Mount Fuji in the distance. Each room comes with a combined living and sleeping area while the Aman Spa features a 30-meter pool, eight treatment rooms, a fitness center, yoga and Pilates studio, and changing facilities with steam rooms and traditional Japanese hot baths.

Luxury like this of course comes at a price with deluxe rooms starting at around $800 a night. While you visit the Japanese capital check out Pigalle's Tokyo flagship store.

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