10,000 Free Round-Trip Tickets to Japan

Hi viewers..You probably heard about this already but I’ll post it again anyways..
Due to the tsunami that happend to Fukushima and that nuclear plant melt down, waves of foreigners left the country (Japan) from the radioactive scare. Now the Japan Tourism Agency proposed a campaign to get back the amount of tourism it use to have. Here is an article of the report.

The Japanese government is planning to give away 10,000 free roundtrip tickets to foreigners by next year, in an attempt to boost its tourism industry that was badly affected by twin disasters in March.The program, which is subject to approval from the government’s budget department, is expected to start on April 2012, according to the Japan Tourism Agency.

The agency said it plans to put up a website where interested travelers can submit applications.

The would-be visitors will be required to explain in detail their travel plans and what their expectations are on their trip to Japan.

Read more here.

So, for those who always wanted to go to Japan no matter where your from, wait for the sign-up on April in 2012 and maybe yoyou’ll be lucky!!

To add. I think you have to pay for your accommodation and food but the round-trip ticker is all paid for.


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