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Japan Hotel Market, Volume & Forecast by Type, Ordering Platform (Online, Offline), Region, Hotel/Company

  • ID: 4876824
  • Report
  • December 2019
  • Region: Japan
  • 275 pages
  • Renub Research
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • APA Hotels and Resorts
  • JR Hotel Group
  • Marriot International
  • Tokyu Hotels
  • MORE
Japan hotel industry has grown considerably in recent years, as the demand for hotel rooms is rising on the back of increasing inbound tourism in Japan. The continued growth in inbound demand is driving the development of new hotels across Japan. Across the 9 major cities in Japan, it’s predicted that between 2019 and 2021, the number of hotel rooms opening has increased 2.5 times over the past year, from around 30,000 to 80,000. City wise Kyoto will have the highest ratio of new rooms, followed by Osaka & Tokyo. According to the publisher, , Japan Hotel Market is expected to be 26.8 Billion by the end of the year 2025.

The Japanese government aims to attract 40 Million foreign tourists by 2020 and 60 Million by 2030. As several major events are set to take place in Japan - the Rugby World Cup (2019), Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics (2020), the Osaka-Kansai World Expo (2025). Besides, change in work style reform such as 4 days working, the increase in leisure time, "workstations" (working while on vacation), etc. will generate new domestic demand.

Moreover, with the assistance of internet hotel booking, the high-end hotel and mid-scale hotel in Japan is a significant contributor to the rapid development of the financial community. Foreign and domestic tourists in Japan are more likely to book their hotels through online mediums to the region, mostly in Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, and Nagoya. However, in Japan hotel industry, Midscale hotels are facing oversupply conditions, and this is likely to persist going forward.

This report titled “Japan Hotel Market, Volume & Forecast by Type (High End, Mid Scale, Budget) Ordering Platform (Online, Offline), Region (Tokyo,Osaka, Kyoto, Nagoya, and Others ), Hotel/Company (APA Hotels and Resorts, Marriot International, Tokyu Hotels, JR Hotel Group)” provides a complete analysis of Japanese Hotel Market.

Hotel Type - Mid - Scale Hotel Market Dominates in the Japan Hotel Market

The report studies the market of the following hotel segments: High End, Mid Scale, and Budget. Mid Scale hotel controls the largest market share in this market place

Ordering Platform - Online Hotel Booking Market is steadily Growing

The online hotel booking market is steadily increasing in the hotel industry in Japan. This study includes two kinds of a platform for ordering: online and offline. The online hotel industry is expected to develop tremendously by 2025.

Region - Japan Hotel Market

This report covers the status of 4 plus stars, 3 stars and 2 star hotels in Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, Nagoya, and Rest of Japan. Each region offers the following information:
  • Room Numbers
  • Room Average Daily Rate (ADR)
  • Revenue per Available Room (RevPAR)
  • Occupancy Rate
Hotel/Company Analysis - All the hotels have been studied from two points
  • Recent Development or Strategy
  • Sales
Japan Hotel Market - By Hotel/Company
  • APA Hotels and Resorts
  • Marriot International
  • Tokyu Hotels
  • JR Hotel Group
Japan Hotel Market & Volume by Hotel Type
  • High-End Hotel (4+ star)
  • Mid-Scale Hotel (3+ star)
  • Budget Hotel (2+star)
Japan Hotel Market by Ordering Platform
  • Online
  • Offline
Japan 4 plus star, 3 stars and 2 star hotels Status by Region
  • Tokyo
  • Osaka
  • Kyoto
  • Nagoya
  • Rest of Japan
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • APA Hotels and Resorts
  • JR Hotel Group
  • Marriot International
  • Tokyu Hotels
  • MORE
1. Introduction

2. Research & Methodology

3. Executive Summary

4. Market Dynamics
4.1 Growth Drivers
4.1.1 Growing Traveler Demand
4.1.2 Strong Demand Conditions
4.1.3 Accommodation Demand
4.1.4 Japan's Hotel Industry Newcomers Entery
4.2 Challenges
4.2.1 Identifying the Underlying Issues
4.2.2 Language Issues
4.3 Opportunities

5. Japan Hotel Market
5.1 Market
5.2 Volume
5.3 ADR (Average Daily Rent Per Night)
5.4 REVPAR (Per Room per Night)
5.5 Occupancy Rate

6. Market & Volume Share - Japan Hotel Market
6.1 Market Share
6.1.1 Ordering Platform
6.2 Volume Share
6.2.1 Hotel Type

7. Hotel Type - Japan Hotel Volume & Market
7.1 High End Hotel
7.1.1 Volume
7.1.2 Market
7.2 Mid Scale Hotel
7.2.1 Volume
7.2.2 Market
7.3 Budget Hotel
7.3.1 Volume
7.3.2 Market

8. Ordering Platform - Japan Hotel Market
8.1 Online Hotel
8.2 Offline Hotel

9. Region - Japan Hotel Market
9.1 Tokyo
9.1.1 Number of Rooms
9.1.2 Room Average Daily Rate (ADR)
9.1.3 Revenue per Available Room (RevPAR)
9.1.4 Occupancy Rate
9.2 Osaka
9.2.1 Number of Rooms
9.2.2 Room Average Daily Rate (ADR)
9.2.3 Revenue per Available Room (RevPAR)
9.2.4 Occupancy Rate
9.3 Kyoto
9.3.1 Number of Rooms
9.3.2 Room Average Daily Rate (ADR)
9.3.3 Revenue per Available Room (RevPAR)
9.3.4 Occupancy Rate
9.4 Nagoya
9.4.1 Number of Rooms
9.4.2 Room Average Daily Rate (ADR)
9.4.3 Revenue per Available Room (RevPAR)
9.4.4 Occupancy Rate
9.5 Others
9.5.1 Number of Rooms

10. Japan Hotel Ranking By Size - 2017

11. Japan Payment Method
11.1.1 Credit Card, Debit Card & 0thers

12. Japan Inbound Tourism Market
12.1 Foreign Tourist Arrivals
12.1.1 Market
12.1.2 Volume
12.2 Domestic Tourist Arrivals
12.2.1 Market
12.2.2 Volume

13. Purpose - Japan Inbound Tourism Market
13.1 Tourism and Leisure
13.1.1 Market
13.1.2 Volume
13.2 Business
13.2.1 Market
13.2.2 Volume
13.3 Others
13.3.1 Market
13.3.2 Volume

14. Japan Tourism Analysis
14.1 Countries - Number of Visitors Japan in 2018
14.2 Number of International Trips Taken Per Capita by Countries
14.3 Accommodation Bed Occupancy Rates by Prefecture (2016)
14.4 Accommodation Room Occupancy Rates by Prefecture (2016)
14.5 Actual Number of International Overnight Guests, Average Nights per Person (2016)
14.6 Breakdown of International Visitors ‘Travel Expenditure in Japan by Country/Region (2016)

15. Mergers and Acquisitions

16. Company Analysis
16.1 APA Hotels and Resorts
16.1.1 Resent Development or Strategy
16.1.2 Sales
16.2 Marriot International
16.2.1 Recent Development or Strategy
16.2.2 Revenue
16.3 Tokyu Hotels
16.3.1 Recent Development or Strategy
16.3.2 Revenue
16.4 JR Hotel Group
16.4.1 Recent Development or Strategy
16.4.2 Revenue

List of Figures:
Figure-01: Japan - Hotel Market (USD Billion), 2015 - 2018
Figure-02: Japan - Forecast for Hotel Market (USD Billion), 2019 - 2025
Figure-03: Japan - Hotel Volume (In Number), 2015 - 2018
Figure-04: Japan Forecast for Hotel Volume (In Number), 2019 - 2025
Figure-05: Japan - Hotel ADR (Average Daily Rent Per Night) (USD), 2015 - 2018
Figure-06: Japan - Forecast for Hotel ADR (Average Daily Rent Per Night) (USD), 2019 - 2025
Figure-07: Japan - Hotel Per Room Per Night (REVPAR) (In USD), 2015 - 2018
Figure-08: Japan - Forecast for Hotel Per Room Per Night (REVPAR) (In USD), 2019 - 2025
Figure-09: Japan - Hotel Occupancy Rate (In Percent), 2015 - 2018
Figure-10: Japan - Forecast for Hotel Occupancy Rate (USD Million), 2019 - 2025
Figure-11: Japan - Ordering Platform Market Share Analysis ( Percent), 2015 - 2018
Figure-12: Japan - Forecast For Ordering Platform Market Share Analysis ( Percent), 2019 - 2025
Figure-13: Hotel Type - Volume Share Analysis (Percent), 2015 - 2018
Figure-14: Hotel Type - Forecast For Volume Share Analysis (Percent), 2019- 2025
Figure-15: Hotel Type - Forecast For Volume Share Analysis (Percent), 2019- 2025
Figure-16: Japan - High End Hotel Volume (In Number), 2015 - 2018
Figure-17: Japan - Forecast for High End Hotel Volume (In Number), 2019 - 2025
Figure-18: Japan - High End Hotel Market (USD Billion), 2015 - 2018
Figure-19: Japan - Forecast for High End Hotel Market (USD Billion), 2019 - 2025
Figure-20: Japan - Mid Scale Hotel Volume (In Number), 2015 - 2018
Figure-21: Japan - Forecast for Mid Scale Hotel Volume (In Number), 2019 - 2025
Figure-22: Japan - Mid Scale Hotel Marketh (USD Billion), 2015 - 2018
Figure-23: Japan - Forecast for Mid Scale Hotel Market (USD Billion), 2019 - 2025
Figure-24: Japan - Budget Hotel Volume (In Number), 2015 - 2018
Figure-25: Japan - Forecast for Budget Hotel Volume (In Number), 2019 - 2025
Figure-26: Japan - Budget Hotel Market (USD Billion), 2015 - 2018
Figure-27: Japan - Forecast for Budget Hotel Market (USD Billion), 2019 - 2025
Figure-28: Japan - Online Hotel Market (USD Billion), 2015 - 2018
Figure-29: Japan - Forecast for Online Hotel Market (USD Billion), 2019 - 2025
Figure-30: Japan - Offline Hotel Market (USD Billion), 2015 - 2018
Figure-31: Japan - Forecast for Offline Hotel Market (USD Billion), 2019 - 2025
Figure-32: Tokyo - Hotel Rooms (In Number), 2015 - 2018
Figure-33: Tokyo - Forecast for Hotel Rooms (In Number), ), 2019 - 2023
Figure-34: Tokyo - Hotel Room Average Daily Rate (USD), 2015 - 2018
Figure-35: Tokyo - Forecast for Hotel Room Average Daily Rate (USD), 2019 - 2025
Figure-36: Tokyo - Hotel Revenue per Available Room (RevPAR) (USD), 2015 - 2018
Figure-37: Tokyo - Forecast for Hotel Revenue per Available Room (RevPAR) (USD), 2019 - 2025
Figure-38: Tokyo - Hotel Occupancy Rate (%), 2015 - 2018
Figure-39: Tokyo - Forecast for Hotel Occupancy Rate (%), 2019 - 2025
Figure-40: Osaka - Hotel Room (In Number), 2015 - 2018
Figure-41: Osaka - Forecast for Hotel Room (In Number), 2019 - 2025
Figure-42: Osaka - Hotel Room Average Daily Rate (USD), 2015 - 2018
Figure-43: Osaka - Forecast for Hotel Room Average Daily Rate (USD), 2019 - 2025
Figure-44: Osaka - Hotel Revenue Per Available Room (RevPAR), 2015 - 2018
Figure-45: Osaka - Forecast for Hotel Revenue Per Available Room (RevPAR), 2019 - 2025
Figure-46: Osaka - Hotel Occupancy Rate Percent, 2015 - 2018
Figure-47: Osaka - Forecast for Occupancy Rate Percent, 2019 - 2025
Figure-48: Kyoto - Hotel Room (In Number), 2015 - 2018
Figure-49: Kyoto - Forecast for Hotel Room (In Number), 2019 - 2025
Figure-50: Kyoto - Room Average Daily Rate (USD Million), 2015 - 2018
Figure-51: Kyoto - Forecast for Hotel Room Average Daily Rate (USD Million), 2019 - 2023
Figure-52: Kyoto - Hotel Revenue per Available Room (USD), 2015 - 2018
Figure-53: Kyoto - Forecast for Hotel Revenue per Available Room (USD Million), 2019 - 2025
Figure-54: Kyoto - Hotel Occupancy Rate (Percent), 2015 - 2018
Figure-55: Kyoto - Forecast for Hotel Occupancy Rate Percent, 2019 - 2025
Figure-56: Nagoya - Hotel Room (In Number), 2015 - 2018
Figure-58: Nagoya - Forecast for Hotel Room (In Number), 2019 - 2025
Figure-59: Nagoya - Hotel Room Average Daily Rate (USD Million), 2015 - 2018
Figure-60: Nagoya - Forecast for Room Average Daily Rate (USD Million), 2019 - 2025
Figure-61: Nagoya - Hotel Revenue per Available Room (USD Million), 2015 - 2018
Figure-62: Nagoya - Forecast for Hotel Revenue per Available Room (USD Million), 2019 - 2025
Figure-63: Nagoya - Occupancy Rate Percent, 2011 - 2018
Figure-64: Nagoya - Forecast for Occupancy Rate Percent, 2019 - 2025
Figure-65: Other - Hotel Room (In Number), 2015 - 2018
Figure-66: Other - Forecast for Hotel Room (In Number), 2019 - 2025
Figure-67: Japan Payment Method in 2018
Figure-68: Japan - Foreign Tourist Market ( Billion US$), 2015 - 2018
Figure-69: Japan - Forecast for Foreign Tourist Market ( Billion US$), 2019 - 2025
Figure-70: Japan - Foreign Tourist Volume ( Thousand), 2015 - 2018
Figure-71: Japan - Forecast for Foreign Tourist Volume ( Thousand), 2019 - 2025
Figure-72: Japan - Domestic Tourist Market ( Billion US$), 2015 - 2018
Figure-73: Japan - Forecast for Domestic Tourist Market ( Billion US$), 2019 - 2025
Figure-74: Japan - Foreign Tourist Volume ( Thousand), 2015 - 2018
Figure-75: Japan - Forecast for Foreign Tourist Volume ( Thousand), 2019 - 2025
Figure-76: Japan - By Purpose Tourism and Leisure Market ( Million US$), 2015 - 2018
Figure-77: Japan - Forecast for by Purpose Tourism and Leisure Market ( Million US$), 2019 - 2025
Figure-78: Japan - By Purpose Tourism and Leisure Volume ( Thousand), 2015 - 2018
Figure-79: Japan - Forecast for by Purpose Tourism and Leisure Volume ( Thousand), 2019 - 2025
Figure-80: Japan - Foreign Business Tourists Market ( Million US$), 2015 - 2018
Figure-81: Japan - Forecast for Foreign Business tourist market ( Million US$), 2019 - 2025
Figure-82: Japan - Foreign Business tourist Volume ( Thousand ), 2015 - 2018
Figure-83: Japan - Forecast for Foreign Business tourist Volume ( Thousand ), 2019 - 2025
Figure-84: Japan - Foreign Other tourist Market ( Million), 2015 - 2018
Figure-85: Japan - Forecast for Foreign Other tourist Market ( Million), 2019 - 2025
Figure-86: Japan - Foreign Other tourist Volume ( Thousand), 2015 - 2018
Figure-87: Japan - Forecast for Foreign Other tourist Volume ( Thousand), 2019 - 2025
Figure-88: APA Hotels and Resort revenue (US$ Million), 2015 - 2018
Figure-89: Forecast for APA Hotels and Resort revenue (US$ Million), 2019 - 2025
Figure-90: Marriot International Revenue (USD Million), 2015 - 2018
Figure-91: Forecast for Marriot International Revenue (USD Million), 2019 - 2025
Figure-92: Tokyu Hotels Revenue (USD Million), 2015 - 2018
Figure-93: Forecast for Tokyu Hotels Revenue (USD Million), 2019 - 2025
Figure-94: JR Hotel Group Revenue (USD Million), 2015 - 2018
Figure-95: Forecast for JR Hotel Group Revenue (Million RMB), 2019 - 2023
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  • APA Hotels and Resorts
  • Marriot International
  • Tokyu Hotels
  • JR Hotel Group
Note: Product cover images may vary from those shown
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In this report, for analyzing the future trends for the studied market during the forecast period, the publisher has incorporated rigorous statistical and econometric methods, further scrutinized by secondary, primary sources and by in-house experts, supported through their extensive data intelligence repository. The market is studied holistically from both demand and supply-side perspectives. This is carried out to analyze both end-user and producer behavior patterns, in the review period, which affects price, demand and consumption trends. As the study demands to analyze the long-term nature of the market, the identification of factors influencing the market is based on the fundamentality of the study market.

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