The total number of Japanese guest nights in June 2022 (provisionally) was up 72.2% year on year to 33.9 million, which were 6.5% fewer guests nights than the same month in 2019. The occupancy rate was 44.2% overall, 16.4 lower points than 2019.
Works from home in Tokyo reduced to 55% in June 2022, while three days or longer a week slightly increased
The ratio of works from home in companies with 30 or more employees in Tokyo reduced to 54.6% in June 2022 from 56.7% in May 2022.
Japanese domestic traveler’s mindset is changing to ‘I may as well choose better travel’ amid rise in cost
Japanese domestic traveler’s mindset is changing to ‘I may as well choose better travel’ amid rise in cost, according to Jalan Research Center's survey. The ratio of domestic overnight travelers was 34.1% in FY2021, 2.9 higher points than FY2020.
The number of Japanese overseas travelers were 171,500 in June 2022, about 40,000 more travelers than 134,013 in May and more than 100,000 for three months in a row.
International arrivals in June 2022 were 120,000 only, despite partial reopen of the inbound travel market
The number of international arrivals in Japan in June 2022 was 120,400 only, though the inbound travel market has partially reopened with the entry cap of 20,000 a day since June 1 2022.
Japanese teleworkers have been increasing amid the pandemic, as the survey says 45% telework more than once a week
The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism's survey finds that the ratio of Japanese teleworkers more than once a week was 43% in December 2021, when COVID-19 cases reduced nationwide, and 45% in March 2022.
The most-satisfied prefecture in domestic travel is Wakayama, rising from 8th in the previous survey
The most-satisfied prefecture in domestic travel was Wakayama, rising from 8th in the previous survey, followed by Okinawa as 2nd and Mie as 3rd. The most-attractive prefecture for local foods was Fukui, followed by Ishikawa and Toyama.
The total number of Japanese guest nights in May 2022 (provisionally) was up 81% year on year to 37 million, 11% fewer guests nights than the same month in 2019, and the occupancy rate was 46.7% overall, higher than 43.2% in April 2022.
Yahoo Marketing Headquarters gave its insights on the updated travel trend based on Yahoo!JAPAN data at Travel Voice LIVE. The ratio of 50 years old or older who considered traveling as of April 2022 accounted for 44% of all of the age segment, up 5 points over a year ago.
96% of Workcation experiences in Okinawa say they want to come back again, but the biggest issue is cost
95.6% of Workcation experiences in Okinawa answered that they want to come back again for Workcation. Regarding hurdles for Workcation, the most answers were found in ‘cost.'
The total number of Japanese guest nights in April 2022 (provisionally) was up 49.8% year on year to 33.3 million, and the occupancy rate was 43.2% overall, 21.8 lower points than 2019.
Three-in-four Japanese couples want to honeymoon overseas unless the pandemic happens, according to Expedia Japan survey. The mots popular destination is Hokkaido, followed by Hawaii and Okinawa, including future honeymooners.
Mitsubishi UFJ Research and Consulting survey finds the market scale of online tours in Japan was estimated at 9.56 billion JPY in 2020, growing by 30% a year, and the average payment to a paid online tour was 7,918 JPY a person.
Sales of 45 major travel companies increased by 106.7% year on year to 323.6 billion JPY in total in March 2022, and sales in domestic travel were up 22.6% even compared to March 2019.
The total amount of Japanese travel consumption was up 35.4% year on year to 2.2 trillion JPY in the first three months of 2022. Travel spending a traveler was up 10.8% year on year to 35,879 JPY, which were 2.9% more than even 2019.
The number of Japanese overseas travelers were 129,200 in April 2022, exceeding 100,000 a month for the first time since March 2020, boosted by ease of travel warning.
The number of international arrivals in Japan in April 2022 reached 139,500, exceeding 100,000 a month for the first time since March 2021.
Spending by international visitors in Japan amounted to 35.2 billion JPY for the first three months of 2022
Spending by international visitors in Japan amounted to 35.2 billion JPY for the first three months of 2022. Based on 100,566 visitors, spending a visitor was 350,225 JPY.
Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO)'s survey finds that potential visitors to Japan are estimated at about 330 million out of the total population of 4.5 billion in 22 focus markets. About 40% of overseas travel experiences in Taiwan and Hong Kong have visited Japan four times or more.
ANA and JAL considerably increased passengers for Golden Week holiday period without any travel restrictions
ANA and JAL considerably increased passengers and rose the load factors on both domestic and international flights for this year’s Golden Week holiday period.