Japan Tourism Agency asks tourism organizations to inform inbound tourists of ‘Japan Visitor Hotline’ for the new coronavirus

Japan Tourism Agency has asked tourism organizations in Japan to inform inbound travelers of ‘Japan Visitor Hotline,’ a call center for safe travel in Japan operated by Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO), for prevention from spread of the new coronavirus.

JNTO opens the call center with multi-languages (Japanese, English, Chinese and Korean) 24 hours a day, every day. At the same time, JNTO introduces medical organizations and how to do in the case of the virus symptoms on its official SNS. 

Posters with two-dimensions bar codes for the call center’s number and SNS are displayed at stations, airports, rent-a-car offices, travel companies, hotels, tourist spots and so forth, and the flyers with the same information will be handed out in cooperation with the tourism-related organizations.

In Japanese

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