As reported previously on Travel Monitor, Japan really does know the way to an Aussie traveller’s heart: our taste buds. Japanese hotel management group Hoshino Resorts, however, has researched this concept a little more and worked out that the best way to entice us is with their top-notch beef.
According to Hoshino’s research, Aussies consume three times more meat than Japanese – which might explain why they live longer than us on average, but hey. Anyway, Hoshino Resorts has launched a campaign in Australia which aims to tantilise our meaty taste buds.
They’ve put together a fantastic itinerary for a meat-loving couple to win: a free trip to Japan for two, with an itinerary that includes unique beef dishes from all over the country, like Red Wine Shabu Shabu in Nikko and Kinugawa, roast beef dinner boxes in Tokyo and miso beef hot pot in Hakone. The trip includes stays at six of Hoshino’s luxury resorts, sampling 10 unique Hoshino Resorts dishes.
Hoshino Resorts bring the traditional Ryoken-style hotel management concepts to 5-star resorts and now manages over 35 properties in Japan, with a new resort opening in Bali earlier this year.
Each resort looks to local knowledge and flavour, with offerings in each that are unique to the region.
To win yourself a meaty Japanese holiday, show your passion for meat – upload your meatiest picture to win. Click here to enter: hoshinoresorts.fun/meat. Entries close 31st October 2017.