Japanese overseas travelers was down 99.6% year on year to 5,500 only in May 2020, as the outbound travel market of Japan consecutively had huge damage from COVID-19.
International visitors to Japan were down 99.9% again to 1,700 in May 2020, marking zero in 22 markets
International visitors to Japan were down 99.9% year on year to 1,700 in May 2020. Visitors from all of the 22 JNTO ’s targeting markets were almost zero, according to JNTO.
The total number of guest nights was down 76.9 year on year to 10.8 million in April 2020 in Japan, deadly damaged by COVID-19. International guest nights were down 97.4%.
'Domestic travel’ as keyword soars on Google search in May in Japan, together with ‘when’ and ‘support’
'Domestic travel' as keyword soared on Google search in May in Japan, and relevance searches with 'when' and 'support' increased maybe because of the government's initiative 'Go To Campaign.'
JNTO statistics shows that International visitors from U.S., U.K. and Australia to Japan were almost zero in April 2020 obviously due to COVID-19.
Domestic travel consumption in Japan was down 20% to 3,300 billion JPY in the first quarter of 2020, hit by COVID-19
Domestic travel consumption by Japanese travelers was down 20.5% year on year to 3,347 billion JPY with a 22.3% decreases in travelers in the first quarter of 2020.
48 major travel companies in Japan unprecedentedly lost 71% of their sales in March 2020, hit by COVID-19
48 major travel companies were deadly hit by COVID-19 in March 2020, reducing sales of all domestic, overseas and inbound travels. Total sales in FY2019 also resulted in year-on-year reduction.
Only 3,900 Japanese travelers went overseas in April 2020, reducing by 99.8% compared to 1.67 million travelers a year ago, due to travel ban under state of emergency declaration.
The inbound travel market of Japan lost almost 100% of international visitors in April 2020 obviously because of travel restrictions under the COVID-19 pandemic.
Visitors from Southeast Asia to Japan considerably declined in March 2020 due to COVID-19. 90% or higher decreases were seen in Thailand and Singapore.
Online shopping spending on travel declined by 65% in Japan in March 2020 because of downturn on travel spending
Online shopping spending in March 2020 was down 4.6% year on year to 13,412 JPY a person in Japan primarily because of large decreases in spending on travel and tickets.
Visitors from U.S., U.K. and Australia to Japan unprecedentedly reclined by 80% or more in March 2020
Spread of COVID-19 forced Japan to reduce visitors from U.S., U.K. and Australia in April 2020, and the reduction rates have never seen before.