Our hospitality business gives you a taste of the real experience offered by Global Sky Group.
As the core of the community, these are community hubs where many people gather and interact,
while also being “creation” and “connection” venues for our group.
Restaurant operator Terra Co., Ltd. is working to connect Japan and Oceania through food and foster a community where people gather to enjoy delicious cuisine. Based on a high level of hospitality, we have developed themed restaurants where patrons can experience the rich food culture and lifestyle of Australia and New Zealand while staying in Tokyo, encompassing their different ingredients, wines, cooking methods and styles.
In addition, we provide one-stop education and consulting solutions for the management of restaurant operations, including menu development, food and beverage, human resource development and inbound tourist communication based on a track record of having operated more than 10 restaurants in Tokyo and Honolulu, USA.
SouthSurf & Turf
Located on the 39th floor of Yebisu Garden Place in upscale Ebisu, the Australia-themed South offers the blessings of Oceania’s rich bounty from the land and sea along with matching New World wines, on top of a magnificent view of the Tokyo skyline. Customers can enjoy the original taste of various ingredients from a single plate, such as platters of sensational seafood, quality Australian lamb and wagyu beef, together with seasonal fruits and vegetables.
Located on the fifth floor of Tokyo’s prestigious Shin-Marunouchi Building in front of Tokyo Station, Zealander offers delicious seafood and meats from New Zealand, together with matching high-quality wines.
In addition, we are currently providing a cellar door (wine shop) at the restaurant where customers can sample and purchase for delivery leading Australian and New Zealand wines and liquor personally selected by our sommeliers. The restaurant offers a New Zealand pub-style experience in a casual but friendly atmosphere. Enjoy the blessings of New Zealand’s culinary delights from the ocean and on land together with its food culture at our Marunouchi restaurant.
South located on the top floor of Ebisu Garden Tower, Tokyo, also offers online cooking classes via its studio. Focused largely on Japan and Australia, the classes include cooking culture, cooking methods and dietary education from both countries, based on an online membership-only system. Japanese people are very interested in the food culture of Oceania, including its high protein foods and vegetables, particularly those who are focused on their beauty and health, while Australians are interested in Japanese cooking techniques and Japanese food flavours.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Global Sky has launched virtual travel packages. Based on virtual reality and video content, customers can enjoy flying Qantas to experience Australia’s fascinating sights, as well as enjoying delicious Australian cuisine and wine at our Australian-resort style restaurant, South. The program includes Australian souvenirs to take home. This program is available also for customers unable to travel for various reasons, in addition to the pandemic.
Global Sky Group aims to strengthen international business ties, trade and investment between Japan and Australia. The two democracies have a mutually beneficial and complementary relationship in various fields such as natural resources, agriculture, real estate, education, tourism and healthcare.The Tokyo-based Queensland Business Centre is a tangible investment in this relationship, offering the local contact point and various consulting services for SMEs largely from Australia.
For immigrants involved in business investment from Japan to Oceania and North America, we offer a three-step VIP service concerning obtaining the appropriate visa, business investment opportunities and real estate.
Located at Yebisu Garden Place, one of the landmarks in Tokyo, Queensland Business Centre offers a one-stop shop for Australian and other international businesses in the world’s biggest city. Along with essential arrangements to run businesses in Japan such as a local representative office and a PO box, it also offers consulting services concerning business opportunities, investment and migration. For Australian companies seeking to enter the Japanese market, Queensland Business Centre works closely with government agencies such as Austrade and Trade and Investment Queensland, while also providing networking opportunities with other companies to support your international business success.
QBC icon shows “Business Expansion” with Sun, clear Skies and Ocean in Queensland.
Japan is the world’s third largest economy and Queensland’s second largest trading partner. Australia is the world’s 13th largest economy, having enjoyed over the quarter century of expansion thanks to its position as a leading supplier of vital resources and first-world services to Asia/Japan. If you want to know more about your target market and competitors, in Japan or Australia, please don’t hesitate to contact with QBC for any further assistance by our dedicated bilingual research team. Based on your needs, we offer individual consultations and tailor-made research reports, including market analysis and recommendations. We believe you can reduce the risk of your next business investment by getting all the key information at your fingertips.
Are you considering relocating or investing in Queensland, Australia? If yes, QBC provides a “one-stop” shop service for both corporates and individuals regarding relocation and investment in Queensland, one of Australia’s fastest-growing states. Drawing upon our established network of governmental organizations and experts, we can satisfy all your requirements, including visa information, residential property and investment opportunities for businesses and real estate in Australia. Please contact QBC for more information on this unique service.
・Supporting residential or commercial property investment
・Sourcing investment opportunities in agriculture, infrastructures, education and training, and retail sectors
・Sourcing food and beverage products for import purpose
・Arranging study abroad programs and corporate training opportunities