Earlier this year, Infinity Capital Group (ICG) had announced its plans to open its first showroom in the prestigious area of Hirafu, Niseko. On February 16, against a stunning winter landscape, ICG, together with strategic partner Riccardo Tossani Architecture Inc (RTA) and invited guests gathered to celebrate the official opening of this exciting new showroom.
The TELLUS showroom in Niseko is the first overseas office established by ICG. It signifies that ICG, and Hong Kong, are keen to develop a long-lasting relationship with Japan, through these prestigious real estate projects which is an important move for the TELLUS brand.
To mark the official opening of the flagship TELLUS showroom in Japan, all the invited guests were given the opportunity to visit the showroom and join ICG staff in celebrating this exciting move.
Jonathan Cheng, CEO of Infinity Capital Group, said, “This is a really exciting day for us, as it marks the official opening of our TELLUS showroom.”
“The TELLUS showroom will be a visible form of Infinity Capital Group’s growing presence in Niseko and this will open up new opportunities for exchange and collaboration between ICG and our stakeholders. They will be able to have an overview of our projects, get a first-hand preview of what the highly anticipated TELLUS developments will look like and gain insight into the modern TELLUS brand and the direction it’s going.”
With the opening of the TELLUS showroom, it also demonstrates the brand’s growth and expanding network, as well as its commitment to invest within the Japan economy.
Invited guests at the TELLUS opening were fascinated by the TELLUS architectural models, they also enjoyed the good food and great company
TELLUS Niseko is a boutique hotel condominium in Upper Hirafu. It boasts a Michelin-starred F&B offering, private onsen in each residence and an exclusive basement private wine cellar. TELLUS Villas is a 17-villa community, each with unobstructed views of Mount Yotei, as well as private onsen. Views of Mount Yotei are forever guaranteed as the rice fields facing the villas are protected from redevelopment under Japanese law. TELLUS Hirafu will be a self-contained world-class resort with three iconic tower residences, offering a luxury spa, retail services and Michelin dining.