Loading

Search

:

Japan Eager To Welcome Tourists From Abroad Amid Cheap Yen

  • Category:Tourism
YAHOO FINANCE
 
It's hard to tell from his serious demeanor, but Akky International Corp. Chief Executive Hideyuki Abe can barely contain his excitement.
Foreign tourists are coming back, those money-laden visitors from abroad who used to flock into his colorful store in Tokyo’s Akihabara electro...

More

Airlines Add Flights, Travel Agency Bookings Spike As Japan, Hong Kong And Taiwan Ease Border Restrictions

  • Category:Tourism
CNA
 
The three destinations all relaxed COVID-19 measures in the past week, prompting increased demand for flights and tour packages.
Airlines are adding more flights to Japan, Hong Kong and Taiwan and travel agencies are receiving more bookings for holidays in these popular destinations, with r...

More

cargo.one Launches In Japan, Allowing Companies To Book Air Cargo Digitally

  • Category:Tourism
JAPAN TODAY
 
Japanese freight forwarders can search, compare, book and track air cargo capacity using cargo.one. Wednesday's launch is the latest step in the expansion in Asia Pacific of the leading marketplace for digital air cargo bookings.
Japanese users are offered capacity from ANA Cargo, L...

More

Airlines, Railways Launch Tokyo Tourism Campaign

  • Category:Tourism
JAPAN NEWS
 
A total of five airlines and railway companies said Monday that they have launched a joint Tokyo tourism campaign as the Japanese capital’s tourism industry is seeing only a slow recovery amid the prolonged coronavirus pandemic.
The five are All Nippon Airways, Japan Airlines, East J...

More

Japan Seeks Regional Revitalization Through Digital Tourism

  • Category:Tourism
JAPAN TIMES
 
The Japan Tourism Agency is conducting trials at five locations to promote local revitalization through new tourism services using digital technologies.
In some of the experiments, a QR code and a facial recognition syste
m are being used to encourage people visiting large-scale eve...

More

Gov't To Sell ¥1 Tril Tranche Of Japan Post Shares

  • Category:Tourism
JAPAN TODAY
 
The Japanese government plans to sell by early November a 1 trillion yen tranche of shares in Japan Post Holdings Co, a postal and financial services group privatized 14 years ago.
The Finance Ministry said the proceeds from the share sale, which will lower the government's stake fr...

More

Japan To Gauge Timing For Restarting Subsidised Travel Programme

  • Category:Tourism
REUTERS
 
The Japanese government will look into the right timing to restart a popular subsidised travel programme that was suspended late last year as coronavirus infections spread, broadcaster NHK reported on Tuesday, citing tourism minister Tetsuo Saito.
Saito, the newly appointed minister for...

More

Failure To Transfer Data Led To Shutdown At Mizuho Bank

  • Category:Tourism
THE JAPAN NEWS
 
The computer systems glitch that shut down customer service at all Mizuho Bank branches last week was caused by a failure to transfer data to a backup device, The Yomiuri Shimbun has learned.
This is believed to have prolonged the impact of equipment failures and led to the suspe...

More

Sky Deck Promises Front-Seat View Of Mt. Fuji, No Ride Required

  • Category:Tourism
NIKKEI ASIA
 
$10m project opens next summer at Fuji-Q amusement park
The spectacular view of Mount Fuji offered by the famed Fujiyama roller coaster is legendary. Soon even those who shun the stomach-churning ride will be able to take in Japan's tallest mountain.
Fuji-Q Highland will invest abou...

More

Universal Studios Japan To Open Nintendo Theme Park In February

  • Category:Tourism
JAPAN TIMES
 
Universal Studios Japan plans to open its $580 million Nintendo attraction on Feb. 4, finally debuting a long-delayed effort to introduce Mario and other beloved characters to real-world theme park visitors.
Super Nintendo World, built on the existing Universal Studios Japan site, i...

More

1 2 3 4 5 6 Next