Subscription-based accommodation booking service for weekdays is launched in Japan, offering 50% discounted room rate
AVEX, one of the biggest entertainment management companies in Japan, offers a subscription-based accommodation booking service for weekdays only at half of the regular room rate.
JTB’s joint venture helps tourist facilities in Japan digitalize their ticketing, supporting new normal travel with COVID-19
JTB and Good Fellows, the leading ticketing system provider, established Good Fellows JTB (GFJ) to help tourist facilities digitalize their ticketing not only for effective operation but also infection prevention.
Linktivity of Japan connects railway companies or tourist facilities to sales agents for e-ticketing service to international visitors
Linktivity is a new service in Japan to connect suppliers, such as railways or tourist facilities, to international travelers with QR code e-ticket service sold through travel agents.
JTB announced large reductions in consolidated sales and profits for FY2019 , hit by COVID-19 in the last quarter, but ensured a surplus of 1.6 billion JPY from loss of 15.1 billion JPY in FY2018.
Tourism minister says ‘GO TO Campaign’ for tourism recovery in Japan will possibly be launched in July
Tourism Minister Akaba said 'GO TO Campaign' for tourism recovery in Japan will be launched in July this year, for which public offering for four targeting areas started on May 26.
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.
A COVID-19 guideline for the hospitality industry of Japan calls for particular and thorough precautions
Three hotel and ryokan associations release a COVID-19 guideline for the hospitality industry of Japan, calling for thorough precautions in particular areas and scenes to avoid infection.
JATA announces a COVID-19 guideline for the travel industry, calling for online procedures more frequently
Japan Association of Travel Agents (JATA) releases an industrial guideline, calling for detailed precautions against COVID-19 to travel agents in restarting their businesses.
Japanese airlines suffer from catastrophic reductions in passengers during this year’s Golden Week period under state of emergency declaration
All of the Japanese airlines resulted in catastrophic reductions in passengers during the Golden Week holiday period, considerably affected by state of emergency declaration related to COVID-19.
Robot-served Henn na Hotel sets a special offer for a business person to stay at the hotel near an office
HIS Hotel Holdings' Henn na Hotels introduce the hotel near an office to a business person at a special offer of 2,000 JPY a night, helping prevent from COVID-19 infection in congested commuter train.
JAL results in 65% reduction in net profit for FY2019, putting off financial forecast announcement for FY2020
JAL announced its consolidated financial results for FY2019 ended March 31 2020, posting large reductions in revenues and profits due to the unexpected impact of COVID-19 in the fourth quarter.
ANA posts drastic reductions in revenues and incomes for FY2019 ended March 31 2020, damaged by travel restrictions due to COVID-19 in the fourth quarter, and its financial forecast for FY2020 cannot be estimated yet
Agriculture Ministry of Japan helps tourism workers find new jobs in the agriculture industry challenging shortage of labors
Ministry of Agriculture of Japan offers opportunities for tourism and other industries' workers, which has been laid off due to COVID-19, to find new jobs in the agriculture industry challenging shortage of labors.
JTB appoints Eijiro Yamakita as new president, accelerating its global business and digital transformation
JTB is accelerating its global business and digital transformation under new leadership by Eijiro Yamakita, who will be promoted from Managing Executive Officer.
Hit by large reduction in passenger demands, ANA and JAL revise downward their FY2019 financial outlook
ANA and JAL have revised downward financial outlooks for FY2019 ended March 31 2020 because they have unexpectedly hit by COVID-19.
Airlines of Japan suffer from unprecedented slumps in passengers during this year’s Golden Week period under the state of emergency declaration
All of Japanese airlines unprecedentedly decrease passenger demands during this year’s Golden Week holiday period under the COVID-19-related state of emergency declaration.