Fairfield by Marriott Michi-no-Eki Project Begins Selling Frozen Foods Developed with Famous Tokyo Stores from March 12

Fairfield Michi-no-Eki Frozen Food First Edition

The Fairfield by Marriott Michi-no-Eki Project will start selling frozen foods developed in collaboration with famous stores in Tokyo at its hotels from March 12.

This project is a joint venture between Marriott International Japan and Sekisui House, operating 29 lodging facilities near Michi-no-Eki (roadside rest areas) across the country with the aim of revitalizing the local economy.

The products were developed in collaboration with “Artisan Boulangerie Cupid!”, a bakery in Jiyugaoka, and “Le Tretour 024”, a French delicatessen in Denenchoufu. The range includes 13 different types of products, employing speciality items from Tochigi, Kyoto, Nara, and Wakayama prefectures for regionally exclusive offerings, as well as items available at all facilities. They can be purchased 24 hours a day and heated in a community space for guests.

In April, as part of the second wave, frozen food sales will begin for Hokkaido, Gifu, Mie, Hyogo, Okayama, and Hiroshima prefectures.

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