Japan National Tourism Organisation (JNTO)
After the huge spike of coronavirus cases over the holidays, Japan has declared a state of emergency in Tokyo and the surrounding prefectures of Kanagawa, Saitama, and Chiba.
Despite the increasing number of COVID-19 cases, the Japanese government plans to keep funding GoTo Travel campaign to promote domestic tourism.
Approximately 15,000 athletes will take part in the Olympic Games, but this number is expected to rise up to 70,000 or 80,000 if we include the spectators.
The country is reportedly toying with the idea of reopening for international tourists in spring 2021 ahead of the once postponed Tokyo Olympic Games.
This year, the UK’s biggest free Japanese event, Japan Matsuri, will be going virtual for the first time.
Starting 18 September, Japan and Singapore will open ‘green lane’ for business and official travel.
Keen to learn about the JAPAN Best Incentive Travel Awards, especially under a global pandemic, I spoke to Camila Cortea of the Japan Convention Bureau MICE department about the purpose of…
As the trend towards adventure and outdoor travel grows, coupled with the increased desire for adrenaline-filled activities.
The Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO) has launched a new global campaign to showcase the diversity of Japan as a destination and to inspire travel - when possible.
Matthew Joslin, marketing and communications manager, Japan National Tourism Organization, debunked three of the most popular views about Japan.
We are aware of the benefits of sunlight such as boosting one’s immune system and improving one’s mental health that is why it is recommended to get a few minutes of sunshine daily.
Visit Gifu has launched a video content series allowing travellers currently in quarantine to explore the region with a new video released each week.
Steeped in legend and culture, the bejewelled seascape of the Seto Inland Sea is one of Japan’s hidden secrets. Comprising seven prefectures and thousands of islands, Setouchi is the perfect…
While travellers worldwide are self-isolating, the Japan National Tourism Organisation (JNTO) is encouraging people to satisfy their wanderlust remotely by providing virtual experiences…