• Japan: Destination Blend with Sophistication and Culture

     Wednesday, November 16, 2022

    Japan has long been a leading force for research and development in many major and micro industries – from engineering and pharmaceuticals to robotics – and also has a strong academic community with a driven spirit as evidenced by its 26 Nobel Prize winners in areas such as physics, chemistry, and medicine.

  • Japan aiming inbound tourism revive to pre-pandemic levels by 2025

     Wednesday, November 9, 2022

    Japan is striving to make inbound tourism get back to pre-pandemic levels by 2025. Travel demand is expected to go back in keeping with an upturn in global air traffic. In its objectives for 2025, presented by the Japan Tourism …

  • ANA holdings contributed revenue of 790.7 billion yen for the six months

     Monday, October 31, 2022

    ANA holdings INC. today reports its financial results for the six months ended September 30, 2022. In the first six months of fiscal year 2022 (April 1, 2022 – September 30, 2022; hereinafter the “six months ended September 30, 2022”), …

  • Japan dismisses its limit on daily arrivals

     Wednesday, October 12, 2022

    Japan has dismissed its limit on daily arrivals and its prohibition on individual, non-prearranged tours, since it is looking to resurrect its stressed inbound tourism sector by relaxing its COVID-19 border control measures. Besides taking away the 50,000-person entry limit …

  • Banyan Tree Group Welcomes Return of Japan Travel with “First Trip” Offerings

     Tuesday, October 11, 2022

    As Japan prepares its long-anticipated full-scale tourism reopening for October 11, independent travellers can look forward to celebrating the quiet beauty of Kyoto and other popular destinations in the Land of the Rising Sun. Ahead of the country easing its …

  • To save Kyoto, tourism return might not be enough

     Friday, September 30, 2022

    Like other countries of the world, the tourism industry of Japan was affected by the pandemic in the worst ways. However relief is in sight. The government is hoped to raise the tight border restrictions of the country very soon. …

  • Japan’s reopening presents huge scope for hotels and inbound services

     Friday, September 23, 2022

    Japan’s decision to fully reopen its borders for tourists once again commencing from September 7, presents a huge scope for hotels and inbound tourism service providers all around the world to seize Japanese tourists once more. Alex Barros, the Director …

  • Japan expects to revive inbound tourism

     Thursday, September 22, 2022

    Satoshi Seino, the president of the Japan National Tourism Organization, voiced his wish to attain retrieval concerning the number of incoming tourists after Japan started relaxing its COVID-19 border constraints. Seino opined that it is time to make a fresh …

  • Japan measuring its border control strategy

     Tuesday, September 13, 2022

    Japan is evaluating its border control strategy of keeping day-to-day entries under 50,000 and will remove it in the near future. The Japan government will relax other restrictions at the same time including requirement of a visa and the obligation …

  • Japan further eases infection border controls

     Friday, September 9, 2022

    Japan has further eased its infection border controls. However, its assertion on visitor visas means that the yen’s drop would not convert to a tourism explosion any time soon. The Japanese government increased the daily limit for incoming travelers to …


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