Amanemu is set within Ise-Shima National Park on the Kii Peninsula, in the southwestern region of the island of Honshu.
The resort overlooks Ago Bay, known as the Bay of Pearls – a blue expanse dotted with oyster rafts and islets.
Amanemu embraces the ancient Japanese bathing tradition of onsen, using nutrient-rich thermal springs to provide a contemplative and restorative retreat set among serene natural surroundings.
Set on Japan’s east coast, Amanemu is nearest to Nagoya Chubu International Airport (NGO), while there is a heliport nearby.
Japan enjoys all four seasons, with cherry blossoms usually at their best in late March and early April.
The summer sees the largest amount of precipitation and humidity in Mie Prefecture, while autumn brings fresh, cool temperatures and light breezes. Winter is temperate, dry and often sunny.