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.