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Leisure businesses

Leisure / Services

Leisure business

We run three facilities in the leisure/service sector that deliver dreams and hopes to visitors: the amusement parks Kashii Kaen Sylvania Garden and Dazaifu Yuenchi, and the aquarium MARINE WORLD umino-nakamichi.

Facility outline

Facility name Area of premises(m2 Date
opened
No. of annual visitors
(Unit: 1,000 people)
Admission (JPY)
Kashii Kaen Sylvania Garden 123,400 April 1956 253 Adults: 900/Children: 600
Dazaifu Yuenchi 39,600 October 1957 120 Adults: 500/Children: 400
Marine World Uminonakamichi 31,000 April 1989 706 Adults: 2,160/JHS students: 1,180/ES students: 820/Infants: 570

(As of July 1, 2016)

* Discounts available for groups and disabled persons, separate charges for attractions apply
* Number of annual visitors in FY 2015

Kashii Kaen Sylvania Garden

Dazaifu Yuenchi

Marine World Uminonakamichi

Hotel Business

Our hotel business consists of city hotels, commercial hotels, and upgrade commercial hotels.

City hotels

In the Tenjin area, central Fukuoka, we run two hotels: Nishitetsu Grand Hotel, an old hotel which opened in 1969, and Solaria Nishitetsu Hotel, which adjoins Nishitetsu Fukuoka (Tenjin) Station and Nishitetsu Tenjin Highway Bus terminal.

Name Floor space(m2 Date opened No. of floors (operating floors) No. of rooms
Nishitetsu Grand Hotel 24,018 April 21, 1969 14 floors above ground and 1 below 279
Solaria Nishitetsu Hotel 14,413 May 27, 1989 17 floors above ground and 3 below (6th – 17th floors) 173

(As of July 1, 2016)

Nishitetsu Grand Hotel

Commercial hotels

The first of our Nishitetsu Inn series of hotels, Nishitetsu Inn Tenjin, opened in 1999. We now have a total of 13 such hotels in major cities throughout Japan, three of which are located in the Tokyo Metropolitan Area. Nishitetsu Inn Hakata underwent a complete refurbishment and was rebranded as NISHITETSU HOTEL CROOM HAKATA. In the summer of 2018, we are due to open our second CROOM hotel in Nagoya.

Name Floor space(m2 Date opened No. of floors (operating floors) No. of rooms
Nishitetsu Inn Tenjin 3,359 April 2,1999 12 floors above ground 165
Nishitetsu Inn Fukuoka 12,470 July 25, 2007 13 floors above ground
and 1 below
266
Nishitetsu Inn Kokura 12,003 Main building August 21, 1999
New building April 24, 2008
Main building 11 floors above ground
New building 13 floors above ground
570
Nishitetsu Inn Kurosaki 3,968 October 16, 2001 12 floors above ground (1st floor, 9th–12th floors) 187
Nishitetsu Resort Inn Beppu 3,675 March 1, 2003 10 floors above ground 186
Nishitetsu Inn Nihonbashi 4,824 April 25, 2003 14 floors above ground (1th–12th floors) 263
Nishitetsu Inn Shinjuku 6,681 May.24, 2005 14 floors above ground
and 1 below
302
Nishitetsu Inn Kamata 2,684 May.14, 2009 12 floors above ground 131
Nishitetsu Inn Shinsaibashi 3,113 November 9, 2000 10 floors above ground 162
Nishitetsu Inn Kochi Harimayabashi 5,360 June 14, 2008 14 floors above ground 250
Nishitetsu Inn Nagoyanishiki 4,700 December 18, 2010 12 floors above ground 231
Nishitetsu Resort Inn Naha 5,949 June 4, 2011 12 floors above ground 252
Nishitetsu Hotel Croom Hakata 13,180 February 23, 2006 14 floors above ground 503
Nishitetsu Hotel
Croom Nagoya
(provisional name)
about 7,000 Summer 2018 (scheduled) 14 floors above ground
and 1 below
about 240

(As of July 1, 2016)

Nishitetsu Hotel Croom Hakata

Upgrade commercial hotels

In September 2011, Solaria Nishitetsu Hotel Ginza opened in Tokyo (Ginza). In May 2012, Solaria Nishitetsu Hotel Kagoshima opened in Kagoshima.In September 2015, our first overseas Solaria Nishitetsu Hotel opened in Seoul, South Korea. At present, we run a total of three Solaria Nishitetsu Hotels.In the spring of 2017, we will open a premium hotel in Kyoto. In 2018, we are due to open our second overseas Solaria Nishitetsu Hotel in Busan (South Korea).

Name Floor space(m2 Date opened No. of floors (operating floors) No. of rooms
Solaria Nishitetsu Hotel Ginza 6,280 September 22, 2011 13 floors above ground and 1 below 209
Solaria Nishitetsu Hotel Kagoshima 6,778 May 17, 2012 14 floors above ground and 1 below (7th–14th floors) 232
Solaria Nishitetsu Hotel Seoul Myeong-dong 12,443 September 12, 2015 22 floors above ground and 2 below (7th–22nd floors) 312
Solaria Nishitetsu Hotel Busan Approx.6,916 April 18, 2017 15 floors above ground and 2 below 203
Solaria Nishitetsu Hotel Kyoto Premier Approx.9,577 April 29, 2017 5 floors above ground and 1 below 200
(TBD) Solaria Nishitetsu Hotel Bangkok (Planned) Approx. 16,000 2018 28 floors above ground (Planned) Approx. 280

(As of December 20, 2016)

  • Solaria Nishitetsu Hotel Kyoto Premier

Agricultural Business

NJ Agri Support (collaborative project between Nishitetsu and ZEN-NOH)

NJ Agri Support was established with the goals of maintaining and increasing the number of people working in the agricultural sector, improving farmers’ pay and adding stability to agricultural management. The company launched a farm in Oki-machi, Mizuma District, Fukuoka Prefecture and provides trainees with practical instruction in agricultural management and production technologies mainly through the production and sales of agricultural produce.
We are currently growing the Hakata Amaou variety of strawberries, but plan to expand into other crops in the future.

NJ Agri Support (collaborative project between Nishitetsu and ZEN-NOH)

  • Production scene

  • Sales Nishitetsu stores