Tokyo adds new training modules

Tokyo adds new training modules

Tokyo has added new modules to its e-learning platform to celebrate Japan’s reopening.

The training programme, which launched in September 2022, now provides further modules with details on post-Covid recommendations and new activities as a result of the Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020 legacy, such as behind-the-scenes tours of the Japan National Stadium.

Travel to Japan is set to be popular in 2023. This year, Tokyo has a number of new hotels and attractions opening, with eight new properties including Bulgari Hotel Tokyo and Hotel Indigo Tokyo Shibuya, as well as a new interactive teamLab museum.

Agents who complete all six Tokyo online training modules by the end of February will go into a draw to win furoshiki Japanese wrapping cloths and Tokyo branded goodies. Agents can sign up for the training at: www.onlinetraveltraining.com/free-courses/providers/tokyo-2022

Tokyo will run marketing partnerships with Expedia, British Airways, and InsideJapan Tours from February to March 2023 to drive consumer demand for Tokyo holidays in the UK market.

Gotokyo.org

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