ABOUT JCHA

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JCHA is the abbreviation for the All-Japan City Hotel Association. The JCHA is an incorporated association under the jurisdiction of the Tourist Authority and made up of superior hotels across Japan. The association and its member hotels provide safe, comfortable, and efficient service at suitable prices.

This association was established on November 15, 1971 and received the permission of the Ministry of Transportation (the current Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport) with the objective of working to improve the facilities and welcome at hotels providing wholesomeness and comfort at reasonable prices, to increase convenience for Japanese and foreign travelers, to promote the development of Japan’s tourism industry, and to contribute to international goodwill.

BUSINESS

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    Conducts research and provides advice on how to improve facilities and hospitality services and streamline management

    Conducts research and provides advice on how to improve facilities and hospitality services and streamline management

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    Provides information about the hotel

    Provides information about the hotel

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    Helps improve staff quality

    Helps improve staff quality

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    Collects and provides information and materials on accommodation services

    Collects and provides information and materials on accommodation services

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    Jointly cooperates with administrative authorities and related agencies

    Jointly cooperates with administrative authorities and related agencies

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    Carries out other projects to achieve the purposes of the Association

    Carries out other projects to achieve the purposes of the Association

DETAIL

  • HOKKAIDO

    NUMBER OF HOTELS 7
    NUMBER OF HOTEL ROOMS WESTERN STYLE ROOMS :SINGLE-PERSON ROOMS 414
    TWO-PERSON ROOMS 167
    OTHERS 10


    JAPANESE-STYLE ROOMS :57
    TOTAL NUMBER OF HOTEL ROOMS 648
    CAPACITY 1,011
  • TOHOKU

    NUMBER OF HOTELS 14
    NUMBER OF HOTEL ROOMS WESTERN STYLE ROOMS :SINGLE-PERSON ROOMS 922
    TWO-PERSON ROOMS 149
    OTHERS 19


    JAPANESE-STYLE ROOMS :20
    TOTAL NUMBER OF HOTEL ROOMS 1,100
    CAPACITY 1,304
  • KANTO - TOKYO

    NUMBER OF HOTELS 47
    NUMBER OF HOTEL ROOMS WESTERN STYLE ROOMS :SINGLE-PERSON ROOMS 5,846
    TWO-PERSON ROOMS 2,385
    OTHERS 1,095


    JAPANESE-STYLE ROOMS :80
    TOTAL NUMBER OF HOTEL ROOMS 9,406
    CAPACITY 13,661
  • KANTO - OTHER

    NUMBER OF HOTELS 19
    NUMBER OF HOTEL ROOMS WESTERN STYLE ROOMS :SINGLE-PERSON ROOMS 1,411
    TWO-PERSON ROOMS 896
    OTHERS 459


    JAPANESE-STYLE ROOMS :21
    TOTAL NUMBER OF HOTEL ROOMS 2,787
    CAPACITY 3,901
  • KOSHINETSU

    NUMBER OF HOTELS 25
    NUMBER OF HOTEL ROOMS WESTERN STYLE ROOMS :SINGLE-PERSON ROOMS 2,525
    TWO-PERSON ROOMS 636
    OTHERS 97


    JAPANESE-STYLE ROOMS :20
    TOTAL NUMBER OF HOTEL ROOMS 3,278
    CAPACITY 4,342
  • CHUBU

    NUMBER OF HOTELS 16
    NUMBER OF HOTEL ROOMS WESTERN STYLE ROOMS :SINGLE-PERSON ROOMS 1,065
    TWO-PERSON ROOMS 616
    OTHERS 84


    JAPANESE-STYLE ROOMS :37
    TOTAL NUMBER OF HOTEL ROOMS 1,802
    CAPACITY 2,833
  • KINKI

    NUMBER OF HOTELS 38
    NUMBER OF HOTEL ROOMS WESTERN STYLE ROOMS :SINGLE-PERSON ROOMS 3,882
    TWO-PERSON ROOMS 2,404
    OTHERS 883


    JAPANESE-STYLE ROOMS :51
    TOTAL NUMBER OF HOTEL ROOMS 7,220
    CAPACITY 11,490
  • CHUGOKU/SHIKOKU

    NUMBER OF HOTELS 20
    NUMBER OF HOTEL ROOMS WESTERN STYLE ROOMS :SINGLE-PERSON ROOMS 1,636
    TWO-PERSON ROOMS 458
    OTHERS 235


    JAPANESE-STYLE ROOMS :33
    TOTAL NUMBER OF HOTEL ROOMS 2,362
    CAPACITY 2,817
  • KYUSHU

    NUMBER OF HOTELS 11
    NUMBER OF HOTEL ROOMS WESTERN STYLE ROOMS :SINGLE-PERSON ROOMS 1,150
    TWO-PERSON ROOMS 824
    OTHERS 304


    JAPANESE-STYLE ROOMS :5
    TOTAL NUMBER OF HOTEL ROOMS 2,283
    CAPACITY 3,806

※As of March 31, 2015

ORGANIZATION CHART

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Director

  • Chairman Representative Director Fujino Kimitaka (Japan Tourism Association for Shrines and Temples)
  • Acting Director Executive Director Hoshino Takeshi (Hotel New Star Ikebukuro)
  • Acting Director Executive Director Shimizu Thuguyoshi (Hotel Riverge Akebono)
  • Executive Director Sone Takao (Niigata Station Hotel)
  • Executive Director Kobayashi Mafumi (Hotel New Station)
  • Executive Director Kusano Fumio (Kusano inn Kitagami)
  • Executive Director (Senior Managing Director) Kogawa Hideo (Japan City Hotel Association)

Officer

  • Hokkaido Branch Hayashi Takahiro (Mmombetsu Prince Hotel)
  • Tohoku Branch Shonai Yuji (Ninohe City Hotel)
  • Kanto Branch Teraya Kathuhiko (Tachikawa Grand Hotel)
  • Koshinethu Branch Tanaka Masato (Takada Terminal Hotel)
  • Chubu Branch Uchiyama Miki (Hotel Meiji-ya)
  • Kinki Branch Shimizu Takeshi (New Oriental Hotel)
  • Shikoku/Chugoku Branch Higaki Masashige (Imabari Urban Hotel)
  • Kyusyu Branch Mathuo Hideaki (New Urakami Hotel)
  • Auditor Kinoshita Teruo (Tokyo Green Hotel)
  • Auditor Ishihara Sunao (Japanese EC Promotion Organization for Travel, Tourism and Leisure)

INFORMATION

NAME Japan City Hotel Association
ADMINISTRATIVE HOMEPAGE http://www.jcha.or.jp/
ADDRESS 2F, Gotanda NN Building, Nishigotanda, Shinagawa Ward, Tokyo 141-0031
ESTABLISHED November 15, 1971
PURPOSE This association has the objective of working to improve the facilities and welcome at hotels (called city hotels) providing wholesomeness and comfort with efficient service at suitable prices, to contribute to increasing the convenience for Japanese and foreign travelers and to contribute to the wholesome development of Japan’s tourism industry and international goodwill.