Japan’s inbound continues to surge, reaching over 30m visitors in 2018, inching ever closer to its goal of 40m by 2020 and 60m in another decade. How are brands in travel and beyond bracing themselves for the influx? How will Japan maintain its prominence and allure as a top destination amid rising competition? Will Japanese travel brands maintain dominance on their home turf as foreign brands enter and expand, or are collaboration and consolidation key to a shared victory? How can Japan spread tourism beyond its main cities? How will smaller players survive in an age of consolidation and scale?
The Luxury Collection’s third property in Japan, IRAPH SUI, will offer unique and rare experiences for global explorers in the tropical island paradise. @LuxCollection
Through the new venture, Red Planet Japan plans to build hotels across major Japanese city centres, commencing with a 160 room hotel in Hiroshima. @RedPlanetHotels
Travellers to Tokyo looking for the ultimate boutique hotel experience will have their wishes granted in 2020 with the opening of Kimpton® Tokyo Shinjuku by IHG and TSUKADA GLOBAL HOLDINGS Inc. @Kimpton IHG to treat Tokyo travellers to ‘a different way to stay’ with the opening of Kimpton Tokyo Shinjuku in 2020
RCI, the global leader in vacation exchange, has recently welcomed five new resorts in Japan to its RCI Weeks programme, adding new holiday options to its 3.8 million global exchange members. @RCI_Timeshare
Hyatt Regency Seragaki Island Okinawa is now accepting reservations for arrivals on September 1, 2018, and beyond, through hyatt.com or any Hyatt reservations centre worldwide. @hyattregency