Let's travel the everyday life of the town we visited


Today I would like to introduce you to SEKAI HOTEL, an accommodation facility where you can stay in harmony with the city. We spoke with Mr. Kota Kobayashi, the business manager of SEKAI HOTEL, about this hotel.


“The renovated vacant houses scattered throughout the town will serve as guest rooms and front buildings, the public bath houses provide the bathing, and the breakfast will be served by the local coffee shops. The SEKAI HOTEL is operated by the whole town.


Nishikujo, which opened as the first base, is a residential area that has been around for a long time, and has many row houses. We opened as the second base in Osaka in the shopping district, and although it is not as prosperous as it used to be, there is still a commercial feel in the town centered on the shopping district. "


SEKAI HOTEL is where the whole town serves as an accommodation facility. With the concept of being able to jump into the daily life of the destination, a new travel proposal allows tourists and local residents to rediscover the charm of the area together. It's exciting just to imagine a trip that is different from the past.


"We feel what daily life of the area can offer is valuable, and we are looking for something that is loved not only by the locals but also by other cities. If you compare the difference between your daily life and the daily life of your travel destination, I think you can see the town you visited from a different perspective. "


By getting to know the local’s daily life while traveling will give your life a fresh look. What a unique trip experience where you learn more about the scenery and the everyday places of the people who live in it. It seems that there are many rooms with unique renovations and many beds in one room, so it's nice that you can enjoy it with your family and friends.


If you are interested, please check their website.


 

Originally Aired December 5th, 2022

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