The brokerage site begins to introduce the room of the private stay to the study of the telework May 23 at 5:07
As the spread of the new coronavirus infection has significantly reduced the number of foreign travelers and the impact on the lodging industry is becoming more serious, we have begun an effort to use the private accommodation room available as a telework location by a company that mediates private accommodation on the Internet instead of a home study.
As the global spread of the new coronavirus has significantly reduced the number of foreign visitors to Japan and the impact on the lodging industry is becoming more serious, the Internet brokerage site of private accommodation, run by Rakuten and others, has started an effort to use vacant private accommodation rooms as a telework location for company employees and corporate executives.
We are introducing more than 550 rooms with desks and internet facilities among the approximately 30 private accommodations in tokyo, Osaka, and other prefectures nationwide.
In order to reduce contact between people as a countermeasure against infectious diseases, a system has been introduced that eliminates the direct delivery of keys and opens up entrances when you type in a number that is informed in advance.
Tomokari Tominaga, the site’s operator, said, “We want to capture new demand amid the severe current situation of private accommodation operators across the country. It’s a good opportunity to work not only at home but also in changing the environment, so I want you to use it.”