An astonishing luxury treehouse resort is opening in Okinawa Japan early 2021.
The new eco-resort, Treeful Treehouse, will offer secluded private rooms nestled in a jungle canopy in the subtropical prefecture.
Located in rural Nago, on the north side of Okinawa Island, the resort will be home to four individual treehouse rooms on the banks of the Genka River. The rooms have been individually designed to merge with the natural environment, built around the existing flora in the area. Each will sleep two guests, but offers modern conveniences, such as air conditioning.
The communal Aerohouse is connected to the treehouse rooms via a series of floating walkways…
This is glamping taken to another level. The wooden treehouse rooms promise spectacular 360 degree views, with an outside seating area complete with hammocks.
The unusual egg treehouse room (pictured top), has a marine feel, and has been crafted by a local yacht builder. It offers guests the chance to sleep within a unique cocooned space up high in the trees.
The communal Aerohouse is equipped with bathrooms, rest and relaxation rooms and a kitchen connected to the treehouse rooms via a series of floating walkways and jungle paths. The resort’s Floating DNA Catwalk, we’re told inspired by the vertebrae of a spine, connects the ground to the tree deck making the resort accessible to wheelchair users.
Guests will enjoy excursions to explore the local area including jungle trekking, kayaking, paddle boarding and yoga. The resort is powered purely by its own solar energy, omitting the need to use any fossil fuels.
Okinawa boasts a year-round warm climate comparable to Hawaii, Miami and Cancun. It’s 3 hours by air from Tokyo.
For more information visit: https://treeful.net