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|Name||THE GATE HOTEL ASAKUSA KAMINARIMON by HULIC|
|General Manager||Hideyuki Takeuchi|
|Address||2-16-11 Kaminarimon, Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0034, JAPAN|
|Scale/Structure||14 floors above ground/Hotel rooms: 3rd-14th floor.
Site area: 1,036.45 m2 / Construction area: 876.81 m2 / Total floor area: 7,779.26 m2
|Rooms||Guestrooms: 134 rooms / 7 types in total. Check-in time: 14:00, check-out 11:00
Others: Restaurant & Bar (13th floor), Premium Lounge (14th floor), Bar (14th floor).
|Completion date in construction||2nd July 2012|
|Opening date||10th August 2012|
|Name||Hulic Hotel Management Co., Ltd.|
|Address||7-3, Nihonbashiodennmacho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 103-0011, JAPAN
|Established||1st April 2011|
|Paid-in capital||1,500 million|
|Number of Employees||262 (updated, 1st December 2020 )|
|Major Shareholder||100% Hulic Co., Ltd.|
|Group hotel||THE GATE HOTEL KAMINARIMON by HULIC
THE GATE HOTEL TOKYO by HULIC
THE GATE HOTEL RYOGOKU by HULIC
THE GATE HOTEL KYOTO TAKASEGAWA by HULIC
We care about saving energy at our hotel so we use a time lag air-conditioning system that utilizes the latent heat storage system to effectively harness solar energy, especially from check-in times in the evening and late at night where electricity use is often much higher.
Additionally, we have decreased our CO₂ emissions by 31% through our use of highly effective co-generation heat-releasing systems, green roofs and walls, LED lights, water-saving equipment, and windows that facilitate ventilation. As a result, we offer optimal solutions for cost saving and space saving as a medium-sized hotel in an urban area.
The latent heat storage system has also been adopted as a strategy to cut CO₂ emissions by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport and the Ministry of Housing and Buildings.