Frasers tow­er­ing in Tokyo

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AUS­TRALIAN de­vel­oper Frasers Prop­erty Group has stepped up its ex­pan­sion plans, an­nounc­ing it has en­listed Ja­pa­nese ar­chi­tect Kengo Kuma for the de­vel­op­ment of a land­mark Tokyo ho­tel.

The Capri by Fraser, Ginza/Tokyo, pic­tured, will be the first Capri prop­erty in­tro­duced by Frasers Hospi­tal­ity in Ja­pan and will be aimed at mil­len­nial trav­ellers.

Billed as a “de­sign-led ho­tel res­i­dence”, it will have 190 rooms and a se­ries of com­mu­nal spa­ces.

“Break­ing the tra­di­tional lobby con­cept, spa­ces for play and so­cial in­ter­ac­tion glide into each other, tak­ing guests in­tu­itively from check-in to the pool, bar and to Spin & Play, the brand’s themed laun­drette of­fer,” the de­vel­oper says.

While no date has been given for its open­ing, Frasers also plans a Fraser Suites prop­erty to de­but in Akasaka in 2020 and opened Fraser Res­i­dence Nankai in Osaka in 2010.

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