Setouchi Retreat Aonagi
Matsuyama, Japan
Designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Tadao Ando, Japan’s master of Zen-inflected minimalist architecture, Setouchi Retreat Aonagi is a seven-suite wonder.
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Setouchi Retreat Aonagi
Matsuyama, Japan
The structure was initially built 20 years ago as a private guesthouse, then converted to a small modern art museum before reopening as Setouchi Retreat Aonagi
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Setouchi Retreat Aonagi
Matsuyama, Japan
The 8-meter high, floor-to-ceiling windows of The Aonagi Suite offers a spectacular panorama of the mirror-like water and surrounding natural beauty.
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Setouchi Retreat Aonagi
Matsuyama, Japan
Concrete walls open onto vast empty spaces, while a vanishing-edge outdoor lap pool frames the blue expanse of Seto Inland Sea.
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Setouchi Retreat Aonagi
Matsuyama, Japan
Perfectly complementing Ando’s “smooth-as-silk” concrete walls, museum-quality artwork abounds at the hotel.
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Iki Retreat Kairi Murakami
Iki Island, Japan
Iki Island—known as “A Sanctuary of Gods” thanks to its 1,000-plus shrines—is full of natural allure fostered by the unspoiled ocean, making it the perfect spot for a wellness and spiritual escape.
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Iki Retreat Kairi Murakami
Iki Island, Japan
Rich wood tones and a spare design scheme ground the guest in warmth while also focusing attention on the surrounding natural splendors.
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Iki Retreat Kairi Murakami
Iki Island, Japan
Iki Retreat Kairi Murakami’s ocean-view rooms are perched above seaside villages and offer up endless vistas across Yunomoto Bay, which is world-renowned for its sunsets.
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Iki Retreat Kairi Murakami
Iki Island, Japan
All guestrooms boast a private onsen bath, while the hotel’s superlative spa and open-air hot spring ensure total rejuvenation of body and soul.
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Hakone Retreat
Hakone, Japan
Sengokuhara is home to Hakone Retreat, an exquisite escape comprising the före resort and villa 1/f, a collection of private cottages surrounded by pristine woodland.
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Hakone Retreat
Hakone, Japan
The stripped back aesthetics and secluded location of the 11 spacious villas grant guests the space and time to fully reconnect with nature.
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Hakone Retreat
Hakone, Japan
Wood-burning stoves provide a cozy atmosphere, while private onsen baths set under the forest canopy offer the ultimate indulgence.
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Hakone Retreat
Hakone, Japan
Encompassing two bedrooms and a living room, the 109-square-meter Före Suite offers a sublime forest experience and views over Owakudani valley.
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Hakone Retreat
Hakone, Japan
Located deep in the forest, the natural hot spring bath is the perfect place to switch off from the technological treadmill of day-to-day life surrounded by birdsong and woodland scents.
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Onkochishin Collection
Minimalist Mastery
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