9 Historical Japanese Hotels - The Japan Classical Hotel Association - Vikingess Voyages

Thursday, February 8, 2018

9 Historical Japanese Hotels - The Japan Classical Hotel Association

With a large number of new hotels being built in Japan in advance of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, it is getting harder for Japan’s older hotels to stand out from the crowd. To reach out to travelers who prefer the charm of historical hotels, nine of Japan’s pre-World War II hotels have formed an association in order to show their appeal as Japan’s most Classical Hotels. The hotels included in this association have been carefully picked based on various criteria, one of them being that the exterior of the hotel must have kept its original look.

創業 1873 / Established in 1873

創業 1878 / Founded in 1878

創業 1894 / Founded in 1894

創業 1915 / Opened in 1915

創業 1909 / Founded in 1909

開業 1927 / Opened in 1927

開業 1934 / Opening in 1934

創業 1935 / Established in 1935

開業 1936 / Founded in 1936

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