The number of international arrivals in Japan was just 4,115,900 in 2020, which was one tenth of the government’s goal of 40 million for 2020. In December 2020 only, international arrivals were down 97.7% year on year to 58,700.
International arrivals in Japan remained a 97.7% reduction in November 2020, despite doubling from October
The number of international arrivals in Japan was down 97.7% year on year to 56,700 in November 2020, doubling from the previous month (28,000 arrivals). Arrivals from China still decreased by 97.6% year on year to 18,100, but largely increasing from 4,500 in October.
The number of international arrivals in Japan was down 98.9% year on year to 27,400 in October 2020. Visitors from five markets accounted for half of the total including the most 6,200 from Vietnam (-86.7%).
International arrivals in Japan were more than 10,000 in September 2020 for the first time in the past half a year
The number of international arrivals in Japan was down 99.4% year on year to 13,700 in September 2020, exceeding 10,000 for the first time in the past half a year. Arrivals from Singapore was 30 only even though the business track started.
International visitors to Japan were down 99% to 3,800 in July 2020, marking YOY reductions for 10 months in a row
JNTO reported international visitors to Japan was down 99.9% year on year to 3,800 in July 2020, and the YOY reduction was seen for ten months in a row, and the almost zero results have been seen since April.
Visitors to Japan from South Korea, China, Taiwan and Hong Kong were only 460 in June 2020, 100 from South Korea, 300 visitors from China, 50 from Taiwan and fewer than 10 from Hong Kong.
International visitors to Japan was down 99.9% to 2,600 in June 2020, almost zero in 22 markets for three months in a row
International visitors to Japan was down 99.9% year on year to 2,600 in June 2020.Visitors from all of the 22 JNTO ’s targeting markets were almost zero for three months in a row.
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.
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.
The Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO)’s statistics for 2019 finds that Japan received 1,319,000 from Thailand (+16.5% year on year), 492,300 visitors from Singapore (+12.6%), 501,700 from Malaysia (+7.1%) and 412,800 from Indonesia (+4.0%). All of the yearly results were record-high.