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Dusit International has signed a hotel management agreement with Yasuda Real Estate, a community-focused property developer based in Tokyo, to operate the luxury Dusit Thani Kyoto.
With its highly conceptualised design - a nod to Ginza’s “Miyuki-zoku” youth subculture movement of the 1960s – the property showcases an eclectic mix of neon colours, graffiti, and urban art.
With direct access to the major subway hub of Otemachi Station, and just a short walk from the main rail terminal, the hotel provides the very best of this dynamic capital city.
The property - set amidst a UNESCO World Heritage Site - introduces a new level of luxury to the destination, with an experience marked by an emphasis on immersing oneself in the majestic natural surroundings.
Wyndham Hotels & Resorts has confirmed the continued expansion of its portfolio in Japan, converting two hotels to its Wyndham Grand and Wyndham Garden brands.
Japan has lifted a state of emergency and is preparing to begin a phased relaunch of the domestic tourism sector. The country has been under lockdown for for seven weeks.
Japan National Tourism Organisation has announced that more than 31 million overseas travellers visited the country in 2019, marking it an all-time record.
Carnival Corporation has officially begun construction of its first terminal in Japan, located at the port of Sasebo. Building was launched with a ground-breaking ceremony attended by government, business and community representatives.