Last year 552000 Australians visited Japan This

first_imgLast year 552,000 Australians visited Japan. This year, between January to April 2019, 243,000 visitors have already been welcomed from Australia and, in fact, Australian’s are reputed to be the highest spending tourists who visit Japan each year.Japan will host several key world events in the coming years including the Rugby World Cup in 2019, the World Masters Cup, World EXPO and the 2020 Summer Olympics and Paralympics.Jacqui Cooper, Australian Olympic Aerial Skier – 5 World Titles, 5 Olympics Titles – and Goodwill Ambassador for Japan, was one of the keynote speakers at last night’s Roadshow agentseventsJapan National Tourism OrganisationJapan RoadshowJNTO Opening the evening, The Consul General Of Japan In Sydney, Mr Keizer Takewaka, welcomed both exhibitors and industry attendees, including agents, whose enthusiasm for Japan and the Roadshow was ‘overwhelming’, said Ms Kana Wakabayashi, the Sydney Office Executive Director of JNTO. “It is heartening to see new travel deals all the time to Japan being promoted by Australian travel agents.”center_img IMAGE: The Consul General Of Japan In Sydney, Mr Keizer Takewaka, officially opens last night’s Japan National Tourism Organisation (JNTO) Roadshow in SydneyAt the Hyatt Regency Sydney Grand Ballroom last night, Japan National Tourism Organisation (JNTO) hosted its annual Japan Roadshow, with 56 suppliers showcasing Japan’s best in accommodation, tourist attractions, culinary experiences, relaxation and wellness indulgences (ONSEN- Hot Springs), art and cultural immersions.last_img


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