Japan tourism and economy improving slowly

 Thursday, February 16, 2023 


Japan, similar to the rest of the world, is struggling to get back from the impacts of the pandemic.

Although the hazard of COVID-19 still remains, Japan’s economy is improving slowly.

Japan is popularly called the terrain of cherry blossoms. The country thought to lower the standing of the pandemic to the type of periodic flu and other communicable ailments from May, which is predictable to reinstate community life and the economy.

The revival in the tourism sector in Japan has progressively gathered speed.

Even though, the advancement in Japan’s tourism segment is still buoyed by the visit of local tourists. The reviving of flights and simplification of quarantine guidelines for foreign tourist arrival is likely to surge visitors to Japan.

Numerous tourist spots in Tokyo, comprising the Tokyo Tower along with the Tokyo Imperial Palace, have started witnessing record number of visitors considering both local and overseas tourists.

Tourists can be seen standing in spiraling lines paying for groceries and getting tax-free amenities at famous department stores in Ginza area.

However, tourists are wearing masks at public places for restricting the spread of COVID-19.

Such happenings reveal invigorated eagerness of overseas tourists visiting Japan.

One of the reasons behind increase of tourists is the Japanese government’s determination to support the tourism sector amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

As per Japan Tourism Agency’s (JTA) statistics, the support provided comprises training and monetary aid to enhance worth of the tourism industry in different areas.

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