Up to 10,000 Japanese fans will be permitted at venues at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics officials have confirmed today. Fans from overseas had already been banned from the event.
Rosewood Hotels & Resorts has been appointed by Mitsubishi Estate to manage Rosewood Miyakojima on Mikayo Island in the Okinawan archipelago, Japan.
As the chief executive of Beauty of Japan Tours, Pankaj Pradhan has a mission to connect travellers with a local experience of Japanese culture in a responsible and sustainable manner. Here he shares his thoughts and insights of ways forward for the industry
Situated sky-high atop the magnificent new Suzhou International Finance Square overlooking picturesque canals and Jinji lake, Niccolo Suzhou will open next month.
The organising committee said it had been prepared to welcome guests until recently, but an upsurge of Covid-19 cases around the world had now made this impossible.
Situated on along Midosuji Boulevard, W Osaka asserts its presence in the city’s busy urban streetscape with a black monolith façade designed by Osaka-born, world-renowned architect Tadao Ando.
The resort, owned by YTL Hotels, is a stunning ski-in/ski-out property that interweaves the highest level of personalised service and care with the charm of Japan’s local history, culture and cuisine.
As the Kiroro, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel, Hokkaido, walks away with a prestigious prize at the World Ski Awards, Breaking Travel News catches up with the vice president, Martin Raich, to find out more
The location brings to life a highly themed land featuring legendary worlds, characters and adventures where guests will be able to play inside their favourite Nintendo games.
Having been recognised as one of the best ski hospitality providers anywhere on earth by World Ski Awards, Breaking Travel News here chats with Ito Tatsuya from Lotte Arai Resort to find out more
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.