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Thai, Singapore hotel groups target Japan's tourism boom
Centara and Dusit open hotels this year with Capella and Banyan to follow
Rooms at the Centara Grand Hotel Osaka were designed to represent a fusion of Thai and Japanese culture. (Photo by Shogo Furuta)
BANGKOK/OSAKA -- Luxury hotel developers from Thailand and Singapore are flocking to Japan, drawn by the rush of tourists descending upon the East Asian hot spot.
The Centara Grand Hotel Osaka opens on July 1 near the train station in Osaka's bustling Namba entertainment district.
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