Rakuten Acquires Tokyo-Based Travel Startup Voyagin

Rakuten Acquires Tokyo-Based Travel Startup Voyagin

By Catherine Shu Rakuten not only runs Japan’s largest e-commerce site, but also one of its leading online travel agencies, booking over 3.8 million hotel nights each month. Now the company is expanding its horizons beyond hotels and flights with the acquisition of Voyagin, a Tokyo-based tour planning startup. Read More

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