Tokyo is the third most powerful city globally, but has weakness in nightlife contents and high-class hotels
The Mori Memorial Foundation Institute for Urban Strategy announced the Global Power City Index (GPCI) 2023. The most powerful city is London, followed by New York, Tokyo, Paris and Singapore.
Residence-typed ‘Hyatt House Tokyo Shibuya’ will open in newly developed commercial complex ‘Shibuya Sakura Stage’ in the spring of 2024.
Works from home in Tokyo reduced to 55% in June 2022, while three days or longer a week slightly increased
The ratio of works from home in companies with 30 or more employees in Tokyo reduced to 54.6% in June 2022 from 56.7% in May 2022.
Tourism EXPO Japan 2022 will be organized in September in Tokyo for the first time in the past four years
Japan Travel and Tourism Association, Japan Association of Travel Agents (JATA) and Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO) will jointly organize ‘Tourism EXPO Japan (TEJ) 2022’ in Tokyo Big Sight for four days from September 22 2022. Tokyo will be a host city for the first time in the past four years.
How did foreign media report Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics? Seeing technology, hospitality and multi-languages as legacies
How did foreign media in Japan see Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics in the last summer? Tokyo Convention & Visitors Bureau (TCVB) issued a summarized report.
Tokyo Government subsidizes 5,000 JPY a night to travel in Tokyo by residents in Tokyo, securing a new budget for 600,000 nights
Tokyo Metropolitan Government has decided a supplementary budget of 3.3 billion to subsidize 5,000 JPY a night or 2,500 JPY a day trip to a Tokyo resident who travel in Tokyo.
The Playbook for stakeholders of Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games 2020 is unveiled to ensure a safe event
The first Playbook for stakeholders is unveiled to show principles in order of time, before your travel, entering Japan, at the games and leaving Japan, and also what you have to ensure all the time, including ‘Do not use public transport unless given permission.'
Tokyo Government launches a remote-work promotion program at a hotel, introducing available hotels by area
Tokyo Metropolitan Government promotes remote work at a hotel, providing potential remote-workers with an opportunity to find hotels offering special plans on the Japan City Hotel Association website.