sales of 167 amusement and theme parks in Japan reduced by 50.5% year on year to 425.5 billion JPY in total in FY2020. Top profitable park was Oriental Land operating Tokyo Disney Resort with sales of 146 billion JPY.
Top ‘Onsen’ prefecture in Japan is Oita with high popularity to Beppu and Yufuin, followed by Gunma with Kusatsu
Jalan research finds the most-imaginable prefecture as an onsen resort is Oita with high popularity to Beppu and Yufuin, followed by Gunma with Kusatsu.
The top two websites in the travel and transport category were ‘jalan.net' and ‘Rakuten Travel’ in the same manner as a year ago. TripAdvisor, JR East and Yahoo! Travel were among top five, but all of them reduced visitors by around 20% compared to a year ago amid the pandemic.
Local Brand Survey 2020 for 47 prefectures in Japan: Ibaraki gets out of the bottom, while Tokyo sees the biggest reduction
The Local Brand Survey 2020 finds that Ibaraki gets out of the bottom for the first time in the past seven years, while Tokyo ranks down from 3rd last year to 4th. The biggest leap is seen in Nagano, raising the ranking from10th last year (24.8 points) to 8th (30.5 points).
The popularity of ‘Tottori Sand Dunes’ soared as a driving domestic destination in Japan during the big autumn holiday week
According to NAVITIME Japan, the most popular destination was ‘Gotemba Premium Outlet Mall’ in Shizuoka, followed by ‘Tottori Sand Dunes’ in Tottori and ‘Nikko Toshogu’ in Tochigi in big 'Sliver Week' holiday, based on driving navigation service data.
Okinawa is selected as No.1 prefecture in four theme categories of the Japan prefecture attractiveness ranking 2020
The prefecture attractiveness quotient ranking 2020 shows that Okinawa is selected as No.1 prefecture in four theme categories. No.1 local food prefecture is Ishikawa.
AB-ROAD Research Center survey shows that ANA and JAL sweep the passenger satisfaction in all categories as well as overall. Singapore Airlines is ranked 3rd overall, dropping from 1st last year.