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Hotels in Japan offer luxury like $10,000-a-night Frank Lloyd Wright suite

High-end travelers offer chance for understaffed industry to boost earnings

A suite at the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo inspired by the architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright, the designer of the hotel's original location. (Photo courtesy of the Imperial Hotel)

NAGOYA, Japan/TOKYO -- As Japan welcomes back international visitors, some hotels in prime locations are sharpening their focus on high-end travelers willing to spend far more than typical tourists do.

Tokyo's Imperial Hotel begins accepting reservations this month from the general public for a suite inspired by legendary architect Frank Lloyd Wright that previously was available only to VIP guests.

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