Japan’s HMI Group to open hotels in 30 major cities including Agra, Ayodhya and Varanasi

Japan The famous hotel group Hotel Japan Management International Company Limited has signed an investment agreement of Rs 7200 crore with the UP government. Takamoto Yokoyama, Director, Public Relations, HMI Group, said that the prospects of tourism development in Uttar Pradesh are favorable for the hotel industry.

Japan’s famous hotel group Hotel Management International Company Limited (HMI) is going to set up 30 new hotels in UP, influenced by Chief Minister’s tourism development efforts and industrial environment of UP. On the second day of the ongoing Global Investors Summit in Lucknow, the Japanese company signed an investment agreement of ₹ 7200 crore with the state government in this regard.

Takamoto Yokoyama, Director, Public Relations, HMI Group, which operates more than 60 hotels in major cities of Japan, said that Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath’s efforts to get Uttar Pradesh’s tourism potential off the ground have created immense possibilities for the hotel industry. Are.

After the development of Srikashi Vishwanath Dham Corridor in Varanasi, there is a big Tourists are coming in numbers. This is a favorable opportunity for us. The industrial policies of UP are encouraging to the HMI group. In such a situation, HMI Group will expand its hotel chain in 30 major places including Agra, Varanasi and Ayodhya. Due to this, direct job opportunities will also be created for more than 10 thousand people here.

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