Located in the heart of Tokyo, the House of Aston Martin Aoyama is the company’s first global brand centre. Housed in the same complex as the new Aston Martin Tokyo showroom in the Aoyama District, the 1,000m2 centre is spread across three floors, providing plenty of space for vehicle displays, accessories and exhibitions. Just like No 8 Dover Street — Aston Martin’s boutique for art and culture in London’s Mayfair — the House of Aston Martin Aoyama focuses on the marque’s association with culture, design and accessory manufacturers.
As the world’s second biggest luxury market, Japan is of vital importance to
Aston Martin. It’s also a country with a long and historic affection for the brand. Together with the dealership, run by Sky Group, the House of Aston Martin Aoyama is part of Aston Martin’s curation of an all-round luxury experience. The spacious new dealership has room for eight cars, allowing it to showcase the entire Aston Martin range — quite an achievement in Tokyo’s dense urban landscape.
The brand centre will host launches and exhibitions throughout the year, as well as serving as a place for owners to visit and learn more about the brand and its activities, including the Art of Living series of global driving and motorsport experiences. Potential customers can begin their ownership experience by sampling the many materials, finishes and colours that go into creating each individual Aston Martin. Information on Aston Martin’s philosophy of design and craftsmanship will be available to bring the heritage of the brand to life and convey the innovation, beauty and passion behind every modern Aston Martin.
Of course, with the Aston Martin Tokyo dealership under the same roof, customers can have a hands-on experience of the brand. There is also a full range of accessories from Aston Martin’s exclusive partners. The end result is a destination that will inspire and delight, infused as it is with the qualities of the Aston Martin brand.
House of Aston Martin Aoyama, 1 Chome-2-3 Kitaaoyama, Minato,
Tokyo 107-0061, Japan, Tel: +81 3 6459 2311