Company Information

Message from the CEO

Toyoko Inn,
to 100 years and beyond

Toyoko Inn opened its first hotel in 1986 in Kamata, Tokyo, and is now a global hotel chain expanding over six countries around the world, and have celebrated our 35th anniversary in 2021. Around the time when our first hotel branch opened, most business hotels were known to be “old, dirty, gloomy, and smelly” due to their inexpensive rooms. In such environment, the introduction of Toyoko Inn’s new concept of “modern hotels located near the railway stations” providing clean, secure, and yet affordable accommodation at convenient locations, begun to break the status quo that was surrounding the business hotels back then. This innovation has changed the fundamental business model for business hotels in Japan. Toyoko Inn takes pride in being a pioneer in creating the current Japanese business hotel culture. In addition, we have valued our relationship with the local communities. The basic concept of Toyoko Inn hotel is to acquire landowners who will agree to build a hotel so that we can rent the entire building, and then manage and operate it as we gradually get our establishment rooted within the local community with the help of the landowner. Since we do not have restaurants or banquet facilities within our hotels, guests can enjoy the local gourmet from the restaurants around the hotel. This is one of our main way to support the local community. We also emphasize on hiring all our hotel employees locally to support the community. Toyoko Inn’s philosophy is to provide “clean rooms with reliable service at reasonable rates” to customers while establishing a win-win relationship with the local community.

As Toyoko Inn hotels are built we contribute to the local community by increasing the movement of the area, stimulate cultural exchange and local economy, and function as a place of refuge in time of emergency. We will keep on striving to become a company that will carry on for another 100 years. The key to fulfilling this grand goal is the hard work and dedication of each and every employee. My goal is "to make our company the most rewarding workplace in Japan for women". I would like to create a company where employees can work with pride and confidence that they are members of a growing company that is expanding across the world.

Toyoko Inn
(Representative Executive Officer)

Maiko Kuroda

Corporate Purpose(Toyoko Inn's Corporate Mission)

Toyoko Inn will be your travel base along each step of the way.

Corporate Policy

Toyoko Inn Corporate Principle

We, Toyoko Inn staff, pledge to serve wholeheartedly and support the “S.T.A.R.T” of our guests’ journey.



Send off with a bright smile



Work together in unity as team Toyoko Inn to elevate the quality of our hospitality



Take action mindfully and proactively



Build a win-win relationship through co-exisiting and joint prosperity with the local commnuity


Towards the future

Strive towards creating hotel that is mindful of the future he world

Company Profile

As of end of Mar. 2022

Name of corporation
Toyoko Inn Co., Ltd.
Business operations
Economy hotel management
Head office
1-7-4 Shin-kamata, Ota City, Tokyo 144-0054, Japan
Maiko Kuroda, President and Executive Officer
(Representative Executive Officer)
23, Jan. 1986
¥50,000,000 (Total assets ¥166,600,000,000 /
Net assets ¥76,000,000,000)
¥48,700,000,000 (March 2022 FY)
Closing date
31, Mar.
12,349 people (including part-time employees)
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About 6 min walk from West Exit of Kamata Sta.
on JR Keihin Tohoku Line, Tokyu Ikegami and Tamagawa Lines

Board of Directors

These are the figures for Jul. 2022


Maiko Kuroda
Kenji Watanabe
Chieko Kawada
Kazuhiro Kobayashi
Kozue Shiga
(Outside Director, Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd.)
Hiroshi Hirabayashi
(Vice Chairman/Director, The Japan-India Association)
Takaharu Ando
(Advisor, Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance Co., Ltd.)
Shusaku Minoda
(Representative Director, Classic Live for millions)

Executive Officers

Chairman and Executive Officer
(Representative Executive Officer)
Kenji Watanabe
President and Executive Officer
(Representative Executive Officer)
Maiko Kuroda
Executive Officer
Chieko Kawada
Executive Officer
Chiyoko Nakazawa
Executive Officer
Atsuhiko Takayama
Executive Officer
Masatoshi Abe
Executive Officer
Mami Ohashi
Executive Officer
Takao Endo
Executive Officer
Kumiko Kurokawa
Executive Officer
Yoshimi Matsuoka
Executive Officer
Jimung Hong
Executive Officer
Akira Shimura
Executive Officer
Reina Nishida
Executive Officer
Kazuhiro Kobayashi
Executive Officer
Takuma Nakasaki