You’ll find The Otemachi Tower a few blocks from Tokyo Station and the Imperial Palace grounds, which is a pretty outstanding location for exploring everything that Tokyo has to offer. All the signs around the building refer generically to “hotel entrance” at the moment.
Getting a little closer, while it’s covered it’s easy to see the Aman sign next to the door. We’re surprised that it seems to read just “Aman Tokyo”, as most of its resorts are named by combining “Aman” (the Sanskrit-derived word for “peace”) with local language / a word with local significance. Maybe it will simply be “Aman Tokyo” this time.
The section of the driveway leading to the hotel entrance is still blocked off, with a small pavilion directly opposite set in a sliver of green space added among the towering office and mixed-use blocks around.
We’ll go ahead and assume as well that the hotel will be located on the top floors of the building, as this guarantees views to the west over the Imperial Palace, Toranomon, Roppongi, and the rest of Tokyo, with Mount Fuji far off in the distance. We don’t have much more details in terms of room count (we’d guess less than 100) or interior design, but we’ll keep you posted as we find out.