Rosewood Lodges & Resorts has been appointed by Mitsubishi Property Co., Ltd. to handle Rosewood Miyakojima on Mikayo Island within the Okinawan archipelago, opening in 2024. The 55-villa luxurious resort will turn out to be the primary Rosewood property in Japan, in a vacation spot identified for its beautiful seashores.
Approached via sugar cane fields, Rosewood Miyakojima will occupy a secluded peninsula surrounded by seashores, rock formations and ocean views. (Arrival features a 20-minute drive from Miyako Airport or 30-minute drive from Shimojishima Airport, which receives direct flights from Hong Kong and main cities in Japan.) The resort’s 55 villa lodging could have non-public swimming pools, landscaped gardens and unobstructed sea views. 4 eating places and bars will embody relaxed beachfront ideas showcasing contemporary seafood, island-raised beef, domestically distilled spirits and craft beer. The structure and interiors can be created by Netherlands-based Studio Piet Boon. Mitsubishi Jisho Sekkei Inc. is offering native architectural experience and help in realizing the design imaginative and prescient.
On-site recreation will embody a standalone Rosewood Explorer’s Membership, Rosewood’s program for youthful company with distinctive experiences attuned to the vacation spot, in addition to Asaya, Rosewood’s built-in wellness idea. Visitors can anticipate therapy rooms set amid non-public gardens, indoor and out of doors hydrotherapy services and a menu of packages and companies influenced by native therapeutic traditions.
Concerning the vacation spot: Miyako Island and close by isles supply miles of sentimental, white sand and views of turquoise-blue sea. Aquatic adventures vary from snorkeling at Yabiji, the biggest coral reef expanse in Japan, to diving via underwater caverns teeming with marine life and excellent deep-sea fishing.
Past the resort, company will uncover an abundance of picturesque websites, from the pure stone arch of close by Sunayama seashore to the lighthouse at Higashi-Hennazaki Cape (a nationally designated “Place of Scenic Magnificence”) and the four-mile stretch of Yonaha Maehama, commonly ranked as Japan’s finest seashore and famend for its sunsets. A fast journey from the property will reveal distinctive customs, tradition, dialects, delicacies and crafts of the Okinawan uchinanchu (“sea folks”) who inhabit the island.