Kobe Japan Marriott Hotel
The highly anticipated opening of the Kobe Japan Marriott Hotel in Tokyo, Japan, has been announced. The hotel will be located in the heart of Tokyo's Shibuya district, just a few blocks from Tokyo Dome, and will open on January 21, 2021.
Kobe, known worldwide for its beef, is the sixth largest Japanese city in the western part of Hyogo Prefecture. Kobe is also known for Yoshoku, a style that combines Western cuisine with special Japanese style adaptations. Dating back to the 1870s, this hotel is one of the oldest and most famous restaurants in Japan and the oldest hotel in the world with over 1,000 years of history. It is also known as the famous Kobe beef restaurant Yoshokan, whose style, in a typical Japanese adaptation, takes up Western cuisine.
The new hotel is ready to welcome guests from Japan and around the world, and is expected to become the Osaka Marriott Miyako Hotel. It is also a perfect base for exploring the Kansai area, as the area has a large number of hotels and restaurants, as well as the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Himeji Castle, located just a few kilometers from Kobe city center. This is the ideal place to explore the region as it is a great place to visit and is easily accessible from many of Japan's most popular tourist destinations.
Event planners will appreciate the hotel's ability to host inspiring Berlin meetings, as well as its location in the heart of the city. The hotel also plans to host a series of jazz music concerts in Japan as soon as possible, in addition to other events such as the annual Kobe Jazz Festival and Japan Jazz Music Festival.
One of the main features of the hotel is the open structure CANVAS Lounge, which is connected to the terrace by an open structure with a terrace. The Executive Floor room serves as a meeting room, as well as an office area for employees and guests and a conference room.
This is a great space to stimulate the exchange of communication by offering tea and coffee and start and end the day. This is an open structure with a terrace, which means that it is a larger space to start and finish the day and serve tea and coffee at the same time. It is an open building that encourages the exchange of communication, with great spaces to start and end the days while being supplied with tea and coffee.
In addition to the casual atmosphere, it offers an outdoor dining room with stunning views of the city and a large terrace. The hotel also houses Germany's most popular restaurant, Potsdamer Platz, where fine food and popular drinks are served. In addition, steaks are prepared in the kitchen, which creates an enticing atmosphere in the restaurant on Potzamer Platz. Precious Kobe beef is kept in a show kitchen with glass refrigerators and guests can view and select it before cooking.
This is the kind of space where you can experience Japanese culture, embedded in peanuts from all over the world. Surrounded by intuitive service, guests at Kobe Japan Marriot Hotel find themselves in the center of a world of quality food and drink.
With the opening of the Marriott Miyako Hotel in Osaka, Marriott International is ready to meet the growing demand for Japanese cuisine, which was recognized by UNESCO as an Intangible Cultural Heritage in December 2013, ahead of the 2020 Summer Olympics. The hotel group also plans to open its first new hotel in Japan in 2021, following the launch of the new Royal Park Canvas. A port city that was the first to open up to foreign trade in the 19th century, Kobe has become increasingly popular as a destination in its own right, enchanted by its rich cultural heritage. Charming with its beautiful landscape, unique architecture and vibrant culture, it is becoming an increasingly popular destination outside Japan.
Other on-site amenities include a hotel bar, restaurant, fitness centre, spa and fitness centre, as well as a fitness and wellness centre.
One of the most outstanding features of the hotel is the open canvas lounge, which is connected to the terrace by an open structure, the Can Canvas Lounge. The special room is based on a comic strip, which is also the name of a hotel concept comic with Snoopy the Bird. Each door is decorated with a room, and Snoopie is not only a normal bird but also a fly, as he does in comic books - just like in real life.
After owning the Belle Vue Hotel from May 1879 to 1881, Van der Vlies moved to Nagasaki in 1882. The French chef Louis Begeux owned the Oriental Hotel until 1882, when he opened a hotel of the same name in lot 121. Although the hotel is only listed in the Japan Directory of 18 1979, it was actually managed under the name Louis van der Fleece. Finally, in 1897, the Oriental Hotel was acquired by the brothers Arthur and Edward Van Der Vlie, two businessmen from the United States.