Kawasaki Japan Marriott Hotel
Inc. (Nasdaq: MAR) announced an expansion of its presence in Japan and added 11 new Fairfield Marriott hotels in Kagoshima, Japan. Marriott International announced that it has signed an agreement with Kawasaka Prefecture, the capital of Japan's Kansai region, to bring 11 of the new Fairfield hotels to Japan as part of a $1.2 billion investment in the company's global hotel portfolio. The agreement is designed to introduce the Fairfields Marriott brand in five new prefectures in northern and southern Japan, including Hokkaido, Hyogo, Okayama, Hiroshima and Kagoshima. This agreement will add a total of 20 hotels to Marriott's 15 Marriott hotels signed in 2018.
Click on the link below to see the full list of hotels and campsites in Kawasaka Prefecture, Japan, and the details of each hotel location. The location of the hotel, as determined by the individual host of an Airbnb property or the city where the campsite is located in the city, has been determined.
Please read the House Rules section of the list and contact your host for more information about the rules and regulations of your hotel and campsite in Kawasaka Prefecture. Guests with pets must only book one hotel room with at least one dog or cat per room and no more than two dogs.
On the Tokyo peninsula, a dog under 30 kg is welcome. And Hakone Resort & Spa offers up to three dogs and one cat per room and no more than two dogs or cats at extra cost.
Hakodate Danshaku Club Hotel Resorts allows up to three dogs and one cat per room and no more than two dogs under 30 kg. The Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel allows a maximum of four dogs, one dog and two cats per night. Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo welcomes at least three cats and a dog of at least 20 kg for an additional fee of 7000 JPY per day or 7,000 JPY per night, and Marunouchi allows an unlimited number of dogs in a single room with a total of five dogs.
Hilton Niseko Village offers pets weighing up to 10 kg for an additional fee of 7000 JPY per day or 7,000 JPY per night. APA Hotel Naha allows pets of all sizes at no extra charge, and Akihabara allows pets of any size for a fee (JP 2100 per pet / night). The hotel allows a maximum of four dogs, one dog and one cat per room and no more than two dogs under 30 kg.
Marriott International is expected to continue to expand in the coming years and beyond. Shin Hakodate, which will travel underwater through the Seikan Tunnel, will begin ball train service to Hokkaido in March 2016, and further expansion to Sapporo is planned for 2030. The Shinkansen Tokaido link, which may be connected to Fukui Prefecture in the next decade or two, will also be expanded in Fukuoka Prefecture with the construction of a new railway station and the opening of an extension of the Tokyo-Osaka line. By then, the Shinksansen will have come closer to his ultimate goal of bringing people together from all over Japan.
Marriott plans to open 18 more Fairfield hotels as part of the initiative, and the company has 63 open hotels in Japan representing 18 brands.
The hotel is to be built on a roadside rest area called Michi - no - Eki in Japan, on the outskirts of Kawasaka, a popular tourist destination that offers easy access to many undiscovered destinations. It will provide a convenient base from which travelers can explore Japan's local beauties, and will be a gateway to previously unexplored areas such as the Kansai region.
The brand, designed by Ian Schrager of Marriott International, unveiled its first video on October 20. This exciting development includes the highly anticipated debut of the brand's first hotel in Japan, the Kawasaka Marriott Hotel.
The Joetsu Shinkansen, opened in 1982, has trains departing from Tokyo, and other express trains using the tracks of Tohoku Shinksansen, which run from Omiya, Saitama Prefecture, to Niigata, Niigsata Prefecture. The Yamagata Shine connects with the Akita Shinkingansen, the Morioka, Iwate Preference, with Akitas, Akitsa Pre Province, while the Yuzawa - Yudai - Akitaka and Yutaka - Kiyomori - Yamaga Shinkeransen connect to the Gala and Yuzawasawa ski resorts. It is connected by the Toyama Pass and connects with the Kawasaka Line, one of Japan's most popular commuter routes.
Kagoshima is the southernmost prefecture on mainland Kyushu and offers a wide range of visitor experiences.
The Tohoku Shinkansen, which opened in 1982 in one section, currently connects the capital with Shin - Aomori in northern Honshu, and the West Kyushu Route is planned from Nagasaki City to Hakata, with the section to Takeo Onsen scheduled to open in 2023. The Kagoshima Route was an important source of income for the prefecture's tourism industry. Construction of the Chuo Shinksansen began in 2014 and is expected to cost at least $90 billion. Hyogo is the geographical center of Japan and is located in the mountains that surround the west of Osaka and Kyoto.