Japanese experienced overseas travelers are aggressive about travel in Japan as well, according to the sentiment survey
JTB Tourism Research & Consulting's survey shows that Japanese who experienced overseas travelers in 2019 traveled in Japan in 2020 more frequently than those who experienced domestic travel only in 2019.
‘Engaged travelers’ are estimated at 18.3 million in Japan with 20% of all residents traveling to a particular local community
Relationship travelers, who visit particular local community for a particular purpose, is estimated at 18.27 million, about 20% of all 106 million 18 years old or older residents nationwide, which consist of 8.61 million (18.4% of all residents) in three major urban areas and 9.66 million (16.3% of all residents) in other local areas.
Keys to choose accommodation are ‘like staying home,’ ‘dining in a private room’ and ‘chartered bath’ among Japanese travelers
JTB Tourism Research & Consulting's survey shows that keys to choose accommodation is ‘thorough hygiene,' ‘dining a private room,' and ‘chartered bath,' all of which are to avoid close contact with others like staying home.
Willingness to travel tends to recover among Japanese female seniors, as the travel performance rate rose in late 2020
JTB Tourism Research & Consulting Survey notably illustrates that Japanese female seniors were more willing to travel in the last three months of 2020 than before, although those people had been negative about traveling since COVID-19 broke out.
Japanese travel planners for this summer vacation have reduced, but travel to a neighbor prefecture is preferred
The ratio of ‘no travel plan’ for this summer vacation accounts for 62%, and even domestic travel planners reduce by 22.1 points year on year to 26.6% maybe because many people still worry about spread of COVID-19.
34% of Japanese people hope to restart traveling in consecutive holidays in September, while more people worry about bad public images
The combined survey by JTB and JTB Tourism Research & Consulting shows how Japanese people think about restart traveling. Interestingly, more people worry about bad public images when they travel.
‘Relationship population’ is defined as travelers who have deep connection to a particular local region in Japan. The survey finds how people see and expect relationship population.
The awareness survey on 'travel with COVID-19' shows 60% is reluctant to take in international visitors
The awareness survey on 'travel with COVID-19' finds Japanese travelers' views about the appropriate time to restart traveling, preferable things to do, taking in international visitors and so forth.