Post-mosh wash

Hong Kong Tatler - - Life Travel -

If you’ve head-banged your way to a headache at the Fuji Rock Fes­ti­val in June, jump on an hour­long flight to re­cu­per­ate at Aman’s first onsen (hot springs re­sort). In the hills of Ise Shima Na­tional Park, this coastal sanc­tu­ary is a tem­ple to cleans­ing and re­lax­ation. Rid your­self of that mosh-pit dust with a min­eral-rich ther­mal spa in your suite’s own pri­vate onsen or flop in the fresh­wa­ter in­fin­ity pool. Seek­ing some cul­ture to off­set the week­end of he­do­nism? Check out the nearby Shinto site of Ise Grand Shrine or visit fe­male Ja­panese pearl divers— ama— at their am­agoya huts. As the re­gion fa­mous for pro­duc­ing Mat­susaka beef, the Wagyu dishes on the menu are not to be missed. aman.com/re­sorts/amanemu

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