Fujita Kanko Group Expands Presence in Europe with Opening of London Office
In a strategic move to tap into the burgeoning European travel market, Fujita Kanko Group, one of Japan’s leading hospitality firms, has officially inaugurated its European Representative desk in the heart of London. This marks the group’s first foray into the European market, signaling a significant shift from its traditional focus on the domestic Japanese market.
The group, renowned for its diverse portfolio encompassing business hotels, luxury accommodations, specialty onsen spa facilities, and leisure establishments, has joined forces with Hankyu Travel UK to spearhead its full-scale public relations activities across Europe.
Strategic European Expansion: Fujita Kanko Group, a major player in the Japanese hospitality sector, has opened its inaugural European Representative desk in London, marking a strategic expansion into the European travel market.
Partnership with Hankyu Travel UK: The group has entered into a partnership with Hankyu Travel UK to facilitate its comprehensive public relations efforts. This collaboration aims to introduce Fujita Kanko’s diverse range of products and facilities to travel agencies and interested parties across Europe.
Direct Booking Accessibility: In addition to enhancing awareness and conducting PR activities, the newly established London desk will enable European travelers to book group facilities directly, aligning with UK time for added convenience.
The move comes as the UK solidifies its status as Europe’s largest market for inbound travel to Japan. The London-based desk will not only focus on promoting Fujita Kanko’s offerings but also serve as a communication hub, relaying regular market information to European travel partners.
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