Japan, your client´s next stop?

When one thinks of Japan they may be conflicted between images of Harajuku girls in busy Tokyo streets and soft vistas of cherry blossoms foregrounding traditional architecture, with snowcapped peaks in the distance. Needless to say, Japan has it all.

The Greater Tokyo Area is the most populous metropolitan area in the world. And although Tokyo is known for busy streets crammed with glowing signage, the Meiji Shrine and Imperial Palace are both historic sites offering tranqulity, each surrounded by forest and stunning landscaped gardens. To escape the crowds visitors could take a ferry from Tokyo to the subtropical Ogasawara Islands, where they will find jungle covered hills, beautiful beaches, and coral reefs. 

Osaka, the second largest city in Japan is known for Osaka Castle, one of Japan's most famous landmarks, and Shitennō-ji one of the oldest Buddhist temples, dating back to 593. Minami (Namba) is great for food and shopping, with the Dōtonbori canal, its many neon lights reflected in the water, and famous moving signs like the Kani Doraku crab, making this a fun area for tourists.

Kyoto is most popular for its historic sites, being home to 20% of all Japan's cultrual treasures. Two top locations are the Fushimi Inari-taisha, the "head shrine" of the rice god Inari, with thousands of donated Torii, traditional red gates, and Kinkaku-ji, a gold leaf covered Zen temple and one of 17 locations making up the Historic Monuments of Ancient Kyoto.

OUR STAR PROPERTIES, CAREFULLY SELECTED FOR YOU

Best for LUXURY

Ana Intercontinental Tokyo

1-12-33, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo
ANA InterContinental Tokyo mirrors the rich diversity of this city. 844 contemporary guest rooms and suites offer choice views to Tokyo Tower, the Imperial Palace Gardens or towards Mount Fuji. The dynamic buzz of the lobby calls to mind some of Tokyo’s famous street scenes while our well-appointed location keeps our guests close to iconic destinations such as Ginza, Roppongi and beyond. The hotel’s exceptional food experiences found in 12 of our restaurants and bars evoke the city’s world-class dining reputation. A newly refurbished Club InterContinental reflects a sanctuary of urban sophistication, much like that found in the many local temples and shrines here. Every moment you spend here deepens your relationship with this remarkable city.
Best for TRANSPORT CONNECTIONS

The Kitano Hotel Tokyo

2 Chome-16-15 Hirakawachō, Chiyoda City, Tokyo 102-0093, Japan
The Kitano Hotel Tokyo is just steps away from the Nagatacho subway station Exit 4. The hotel offers complimentary WiFi, 24-hour front desk, luggage storage and concierge service. Featuring an onsite fitness centre, guests can experience a variety of beauty, spa and massage services including acupuncture therapy. Japanese traditional tea ceremony can also be arranged at the lobby area, while the rooftop lounge offers skyline views of the Imperial Palace. All air-conditioned rooms are individually decorated with neutral, natural features and artworks. Equipped with a seating area with a flat-screen TV, electric kettle and fridge, all rooms have either a kitchenette or a fully-equipped kitchen. En suite bathrooms offer a bidet toilet, hairdryer, toothbrushes and free toiletries.
Best for ACCESSIBILITY

Hotel Hankyu Respire Osaka

1-1 Ofukacho, Kita-ku, Osaka, 530-0011
Hotel Hankyu RESPIRE OSAKA is located in the center of Umeda, Osaka, with a good connection from JR Osaka Sta. and located right above the commercial facility LINKS UMEDA and is convenient for shopping. All rooms(1030 rooms) are upper floors above the 12th floor, have abundant room variations that can be used by more than 2 people, so you can use it as a base for sightseeing in Osaka city, Kobe, Kyoto as well as business trips. The Italian restaurant "Grigliato Quoca" is a spacious space where you can enjoy a relaxing meal while enjoying the view of the outdoor garden. Other facilities included: Fitness room (free), Self-service laundry, Free Wi-Fi.
Best for BUSINESS

Miyako Hotel Kyoto Hachijo

17, Nishikujo-Inmachi Minami-ku, Kyoto 601-8412, Japan
Located 3 minutes walk from Hachijo exit of Kyoto station. Three room categories are available: Standard Floor in the Main Building, Premium Floor and South Wing in the Annex. The hotel has a restaurant and a tea lounge. There are four types of restaurants: Japanese and Western buffet, Western, Chinese and Japanese.
Best for ACCESSIBILITY

Hotel Keihan Kyoto Grande

31 Higashikujyo-nishisanno-cho,Minami-ku, 601-8003 Kyoto - Japan
From Kyoto Station, you'll arrive at Hotel Keihan Kyoto Grande just about 1 minute on foot! You can also get the limousine bus from Kansai Airport to our hotel. Our hotel is located great place to explore famous heritage and attractions in Kyoto. The hotel have just renovated all rooms in 2016.