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Karuizawa Prince Hotel West
Prince Grand Resort Karuizawa, located on the south side of JR Karuizawa Station, offers a diverse resort lifestyle with four hotels (717 rooms), eight golf courses (162 holes), ski resorts, wedding halls, shopping malls, and various activities. The West Tower will be completed in 2020 with the construction of a new restaurant building. The West will have a new restaurant building in 2020 and a new guest room building and hot spring building in 2021, and will serve as a hotel with MICE functions, as a stay base for families and three generations of guests, and as a work vacation base with both business and vacation functions.
SAPPORO PRINCE HOTEL
Enjoy the night view of Sapporo, selected as one of the three best nightscapes in Japan, and enjoy dishes prepared mainly with Hokkaido ingredients.
Grand Prince Hotel Hiroshima
Located next to Moto Ujina Park on Hiroshima Bay, surrounded by the Seto Inland Sea National Park, the hotel offers different views of the Seto Inland Sea and the nightscape of Hiroshima City, taking advantage of the triangular pillar design. The hotel has hot spring and spa facilities for guests to relax and unwind. In addition, for sightseeing to Miyajima, Etajima, etc., direct access from the pier in front of the hotel is available from the sea.
The hotel sells accommodation plans that offer special privileges for various activities on Miyajima Island, where Itsukushima Shrine is registered as a World Heritage site, and provides information on sightseeing facilities in the surrounding area on its website. In terms of community support activities, the hotel participates in the “Moto-Ujina Clean Campaign” organized by the Minami Ward Office of Hiroshima City, provides yogurt in original paper container packages in cooperation with local companies, and offers spa treatments with original palm oil blended with essential oil extracted from the peel of lemons grown in the Setouchi area (Osakigamijima Island, Hiroshima). The hotel also offers original palm spa treatments.
KAMIKOCHI IMPERIAL HOTEL
Opened in 1933 as Japan’s first full-fledged resort hotel in Kamikochi, located in the Chubu-Sangaku National Park. It is well known as a classic hotel in harmony with nature, and its dynamic view of the Hotaka mountain range is a major attraction.
IMPERIAL HOTEL, OSAKA
The Imperial Hotel Osaka opened on March 15, 1996 in Osaka, the “City of Water”. The hotel is surrounded by some of Japan’s most famous cherry blossom viewing spots and a rich river flow, allowing guests to enjoy a relaxing and peaceful stay while being located so close to the heart of the city.
The exhibition and plans will be created to help boost the Tenjin Festival (in front of the Corona Disaster, under consideration for this fiscal year).
Installation of welcoming dolls (tangible folk cultural property of Osaka Prefecture), holding Tenjin Festival photo contest to promote the festival’s appeal, and participation in the boat procession to help boost the festival.
As a hotel located in the neighborhood of Hanjotei, hold “Imperial Hotel Yose” and “Imperial Hotel’s Rakugo Pavilion” as Yose events to promote rakugo culture.
Active participation in community contribution activities as a member of Osaka East Rotary, Otemae Rotary, Tenjinbashi Lions, and Osaka Junior Chamber of Commerce.
Participated in the Osaka Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s “Naniwa Nandemo Osaka Test” as a group (corporate participation).
The purpose of this test is to foster local love and pride (civic pride) in Osaka by rediscovering Osaka’s history and culture.
In cooperation with the Osaka Convention and Tourism Bureau, a project to support foreign students working in Japan, “Industry-government-academia collaboration: Pair Internships for the Betterment of the Three Sectors” is underway.
Charity Concert” to raise funds through the Sankei Shimbun Welfare and Culture Foundation.
Cherry Blossom Photo Contest” was held in front of the Corona Disaster Area to promote the charm of cherry blossoms.
Santa Claus Welcome Ceremony” created together with nearby kindergartens and high schools
IMPERIAL HOTEL, TOKYO
The Imperial Hotel was established in 1890 in Hibiya, Tokyo, as a guesthouse to entertain distinguished guests from abroad, and we are sincerely committed to providing each and every one of our guests with the hospitality that we have cultivated over our century-long history.
Hibiya has been the center of diplomacy and modernization, as symbolized by the Rokumeikan Hall during the Meiji period, and has developed into one of Japan’s leading business districts as well as a source of entertainment such as movies, musicals, and plays. The Imperial Hotel is located in Hibiya, close to the shopping and theater areas of Ginza and Marunouchi, and with easy access to the Tokyo International Forum and government offices.
The Okura Tokyo
The Okura Tokyo is a “Japanese Hotel”.
We want to create a uniquely Japanese hotel with the prestige and comfort of a world-class hotel.
In 1962, Hotel Okura was opened with this strong desire as its starting point.
The Okura Tokyo, which will make a new start in 2019, consists of two brands: the quiet and elegant “Okura Heritage” and the urban hotel “Okura Prestige.
All have in common the pursuit of elegance and “Japanese beauty,
and the “Japanese spirit” of meticulous care for each and every guest.
We welcome you with what we consider to be Japaneseness.
Grand Nikko Tokyo Daiba
The hotel is conveniently located near the city center and the airport, yet it faces the ocean, offering a different kind of Tokyo experience with views of the Rainbow Bridge, Tokyo Tower, skyscrapers, and Tokyo Bay from the restaurant and guest rooms.
Odaiba is a sightseeing area full of fun entertainment facilities for active play and spectacular oceanfront spots. The history of Odaiba dates back to the end of the Edo period, when the Edo Shogunate, feeling threatened by the arrival of Perry, built six platforms (gun emplacements). The third and sixth platforms have been preserved as a park, while the sixth has been preserved at sea as an academically valuable historic site rich in nature. The Statue of Liberty was installed in Paris from 1998 to November 1999 to commemorate the “French Year in Japan,” and was the first statue to leave Paris and cross the sea to be exhibited overseas. After that, a replica of the statue was made in Paris with the approval of the City of Paris and installed again.