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|Name||THE GATE HOTEL ASAKUSA KAMINARIMON by HULIC|
|General Manager||Miki Ito|
|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||112 (updated March 2020)|
|Major Shareholder||100% Hulic Co., Ltd.|
|Group hotel||THE GATE HOTEL KAMINARIMON by HULIC
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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.