MGallery Kyoto Yura Hotel has made its debut in the country’s ancient capital. The hotel pays homage to the traditions of Kyoto through art and heritage, providing a unique experience inspired by the essence of the local neighbourhood – a key consideration for all MGallery Hotels.
The two companies have entered into a franchise agreement that provides access to Enterprise’s brands for visitors to Japan, as well as for Japanese residents travelling overseas.
Osaka has long sat in the shadow of Tokyo when it comes to Japanese tourism. But with the G20 summit of world leaders and Rugby World Cup visiting the city this year, and Expo 2025 recently awarded, things could be about to change. Breaking Travel News discovers more
Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo, has completed a comprehensive renovation of its guestrooms and suites to create new levels of luxury.
Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts and Berjaya Okinawa Development have announced a new hotel development on the island of Okinawa, Japan.
Throughout the year the 2,670-guest Diamond Princess will sail roundtrip from Tokyo and Kobe on over 50 departures to more than 50 destinations in 11 countries.
Complementing the eight gateways the airline currently serves, Taiwan’s independent airline will initiate flights from Taipei’s Taoyuan International Airport to Japan’s airports in Nagoya, Aomori and Matsuyama.
Hyatt has entered into a management agreement with Hokkaido Alpine Resort Management, an affiliate of LimeTree Capital, for a 91-room Hyatt House hotel in Niseko, Japan.