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Japan Hospitality August 2018
17 August 2018

Demand for hotels has kept pace with robust supply, as inbound tourist numbers grow strongly and steadily. Hotel performance is likely to improve due to stricter minpaku regulation. Hotel players with different strategies are increasingly entering the industry, leading to a more mature, competitive landscape with reduced risk premiums.

 

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Japan Hospitality February 2018

Japan Hospitality February 2018

28 February 2018

The hospitality sector remains popular among investors as increasing tourism continues to support sound demand fundamentals. High supply levels may concern hoteliers, but new regulations on minpaku and strong demand fundamentals could mitigate the negative impact of heightened competition.

 
 
 
Asia Pacific Hotel Sales & Investment Briefing Feb 2018

Asia Pacific Hotel Sales & Investment Briefing Feb 2018

06 February 2018

Total hotel investment volume increased in 2017 even while transaction activity has been subdued in key mature markets. The fundamentals of the hotel sector in the Asia Pacific region have remained strong and transaction activity in the region in 2018 is expected to increase.

 
 
 
Japan Hospitality September 2017

Japan Hospitality September 2017

08 September 2017

Though Japan faces some challenges in maintaining its stellar tourism growth, the outlook is positive and the government's efforts appear effective. Heightened competition is slowing performance growth in the limited-service sector, but strong tourism still offers upside potential, especially for regional and upscale hotels.

 
 
 
Capitalising on Japan

Capitalising on Japan's new tourist trends

09 June 2017

After several years of robust growth, Japan's hospitality market is seeing some evidence of bifurcation. Supply increases and peer-to-peer accommodation have pressured the budget sector, while high-end hotels have performed better. The playing field is likely to level as the government targets peer-to-peer accommodation with new regulation. Other demand factors are likely to stimulate overall growth, especially in outlying regions.

 
 
 
Japan Hospitality February 2017

Japan Hospitality February 2017

15 February 2017

Despite a stronger yen, international tourists continue to flock to Japan. The hotel sector remains sound as rates keep rising although occupancy shows signs of softening. Legalisation of casinos should be a tremendous tailwind for the country's already booming inbound tourism.

 
 
 
Japan Hospitality August 2016

Japan Hospitality August 2016

12 August 2016

Japan's hotel sector is still growing despite global economic uncertainty. Tourists continue to visit the country in record-breaking numbers. Revenue and room rates are climbing nationwide. Occupancy conditions are beginning to show signs of slight loosening, although they are still very tight.

 
 
 
Japan Hospitality April 2016

Japan Hospitality April 2016

05 April 2016

Japan continues to see robust growth in inbound tourism. This growth should maintain its forward momentum and fuel a strong performance in the hospitality sector this year, despite global economic uncertainty. Tourism growth in Osaka has been especially notable.

 
 
 
Japan Hospitality September 2015

Japan Hospitality September 2015

08 September 2015

The number of inbound tourists to Japan has been skyrocketing, giving a robust momentum to the hospitality sector. The burgeoning tourist numbers have driven the strong performance of the hotel market, particularly in Osaka, which has shown phenomenal growth.

 
 
 

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Tetsuya Kaneko

Tetsuya Kaneko

Director, Head of Research and Consultancy

Savills Japan

+81 3 6777 5192

 

Yoshihiro Kanno

Yoshihiro Kanno

Associate
Research and Consultancy

Savills Japan

+81 3 6777 5142

 

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