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Kyoto's first Moxy to open in Spring 2021

Nijo Hospitality Limited Liability Company, an affiliate of Tokyo-based developer Pacifica Capital, has signed a franchise agreement with Marriott International to open the first 'Moxy' lifestyle

Hyatt Place Tokyo Bay marks the first Hyatt Place to open in Japan

Hyatt Place Tokyo Bay features the Hyatt Place brand's intuitive design

Report on gastronomy tourism: The case of Japan

The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), the Japan Travel and Tourism Association (JTTA) and Gurunavi have released the new UNWTO Report on Gastronomy Tourism: The Case of Japan

Japan retains position as 3rd largest Travel & Tourism economy in the world

In 2018, Travel & Tourism contributed a total of JPY40,604 billion to the country’s economy, this is the equivalent of US$368 billion which made Japan the third largest Travel & Tourism economy

How Tokyo is Leading Japan Into the Future

As cities across Asia arm themselves with the newest technologies to become the smart cities of the future, Tokyo is doing what it does so well – quietly leading the charge with cutting-edge

Tokyo Hotel offers Hello Kitty breakfast.

Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo (KPH), located in Shinjuku, Tokyo, will begin providing highly unique room service breakfasts for guests staying in the Hello Kitty Rooms to expand the Hello Kitty guest

ILTM Japan: Set within a flourishing Japanese luxury travel market.

According to the JNTO, luxury travellers visiting Japan increased by 35% year on year, placing the country 6th behind Australia, China, Ecuador, Iceland and Greece and the highest ever number

Market report Japan.

Koji Takabayashi from Horwath HTL Japan, presents an overview of how the new ‘Minpaku’ legislation in Japan will affect both private individuals and companies in the ‘home-sharing’ business

Asia Pacific first-half hotel transaction volume rises, Japan seen dominating investment volume.

Asia Pacific hotel investment volumes in the first half of this year climbed more than 13 percent to US$3.8 billion compared to the same period last year as yields recovered to pre-global financial

How can Tokyo create a successful Olympics experience?

The 2020 Olympics may seem a long way off but for the next host, Tokyo, redevelopment and construction work is already well underway. For the Japanese capital, which last hosted the Games in 1964