Guest satisfaction rates in Japan were down 30 points for mid-scale hotels and 19 points for economy hotels in 2023 compared to the previous survey, mainly affected by price hikes. Top up-scale hotel is Hilton.
Tokyo is the third most powerful city globally, but has weakness in nightlife contents and high-class hotels
The Mori Memorial Foundation Institute for Urban Strategy announced the Global Power City Index (GPCI) 2023. The most powerful city is London, followed by New York, Tokyo, Paris and Singapore.
The most-attractive prefecture in Japan is Hokkaido for 15 years in a row, and seven prefectures raise tourism attractiveness rankings
Brand Research Institute' survey finds that the most-attractive prefecture was Hokkaido for 15 years in a row, and the most-attractive city was Sapporo for three years in a row.
Japan is selected as top 3 ‘next destination’ in 11 APAC markets, and 85% want to spend more money for local experiences
Japan is selected as top 3 ‘next destination’ in all of the 12 targeted APAC markets except India, according to Klook, an experience booking platform. In contrast, 84% of Japanese respondents select Japan as the next destination.
The most-satisfied prefecture for tourism among Japanese travelers is Oita, and No.1 is Okinawa in hospitality and Ishikawa in local foods
Jalan Research Center survey finds that the most-satisfied prefecture for tourism was Oita, higher than 10th last year. Ishikawa is the most-satisfied prefecture for local foods, and Okinawa in local hospitality.
Expedia unveils the top 10-searched destinations by Japanese consumers for this coming Golden Week holiday period
Expedia's the most-searched destinations by Japanese consumers for this coming Golden Week finds that six overseas destinations, such as Taipei, Bangkok or Seoul, are ranked among top 10.
‘Japan Customer Satisfaction Index 2022’ is announced. The most-satisfied company is ‘Shiki Theatre Company,' and four hotels are ranked among top 10.
The most popular onsen destination in Japan is unchangeably Atami for the Japanese OTA Rakuten Travel users
The most popular onsen destination for users is Atami, followed by Beppu in Oita Prefecture, for Rakuten Travel, one of the leading OTAs in Japan.
The best on-time performance airport is Haneda in Japan with 90%, and ANA as 2nd and JAL as 3rd for airlines
Haneda Airport was top with the on-time departure rate of 90.33%, and ANA and JAL were ranked as 2nd with 88.61% and 3rd with 88% respectively for on-time airline arrival rate, according to Cirium on-time performance airports and airlines in 2022.
The most globally powerful city in 2022 is London, followed by Tokyo as 3rd, influenced by timing of border open
According to ‘Global Power City Index 2022’ by the Mori Memorial Foundation Institute for Urban Strategies, the most powerful city is London, followed by New York and Tokyo. The ranking and scores this year are influenced by timing of the border open and of receiving tourists.
The No.1 searched destination in Japan on NAVITIME is Universal Studio Japan, and event venues were more searched
According to ‘NAVITIME Spot Search Ranking 2022,' The most-searched destination was Universal Studio Japan in Osaka, surpassing Tokyo Disneyland as 2nd.
The leisure market of Japan shrank by 23% in 2021 compared to 2019, according to Leisure White Paper 2022
‘Leisure White Paper 2022’ in Japan says that domestic leisure travel dropped from top in 2019 to 4th in 2020 and to 6th in 2021 among major leisure activities, and travelers reduced from 33.9 million in 2020 to 32.2 million in 2021.
Jalpak wins NO.1 customer satisfaction in the travel industry, and Skymark is top in domestic long-haul transportation
According to Japanese Customer Satisfaction Index 2022 (JCSI 2022), Jalpak won NO.1 customer satisfaction, followed by ikyu.com, Hankyu Travel, JTB and ANA Travelers in the travel industry.
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.
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.