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Company Response

31 Aug 2020

Okura Hotel's response

[Company provided original response in Japanese. Unofficial translation from Japanese to English provided by the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre.]

Our company is entrusted by the Y Complex Co., Ltd. to manage hotels and service apartments in a complex (hotel, service apartments, office and commercial facilities) owned by a local company (Y Complex Co., Ltd) invested by SPC in which Fujita Corporation, Tokyo Tatemono Corporation and JOIN invested.

As an operator of hotels and service apartments, we are not in a position to comment on the organization and operation of the Y Complex Co., Ltd. However, we comply with local and Japanese laws and regulations and do our best to operate the hotel in a manner that is genuinely safe and comfortable for the people of Myanmar and visitors to Myanmar. We are pleased to contribute to the development of Myanmar's tourism industry and cities through hospitality, and this desire has not changed at all.

We will keep the contents of the article by Justice for Myanmar in mind and will continue to pay close attention to the developments in the future.