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JNTO conducts three-city seminar in India

The Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO), Delhi office hosted three-city seminars in Delhi, Bangalore and Mumbai. After the opening of Japan borders for Indian FIT tourists in October, JNTO, Delhi office organised these events for the travel trade community to ensure that the increasing demand is promptly met. The seminar served to inform travel trade partners about the new travel regulations and update them on Japan.

In order to refresh and maintain top-of-mind recall for Japan, this three-city tour was conceptualised. In Delhi, 28 travel agents attended the session and 3 DMCs from Japan, along with senior delegates from Japan Airlines Co. Ltd., and All Nippon Airways Co., Ltd.

Yusuke Yamamoto, Executive Director of Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO), Delhi Office, welcomed the trade partners and addressed queries concerning the latest travel rules and new attractions in Japan.

The networking session allowed agents to gain an in-depth understanding of the latest Japanese attractions.


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