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Following the news that the number of international tourists is set to reach 1,7 billion in 2022 and no country will see a greater increase in international arrivals than Japan; Johnatan, analyst, travel and tourism, GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company, offered his view on the situation.

This year Japan is expected to welcome more foreign tourists than the country has ever faced, especially with events such as the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics attracting travellers.

Princess Cruises has announced its full Japan programme, from May 2021 to April 2022, is available to book.

Hyatt Hotels Corporation has announced the opening of Park Hyatt Kyoto. Set in the heart of this noble city with centuries of history and heritage, Park Hyatt Kyoto unfolds a journey of discovery with enriching, sophisticated and rare experiences.

Centara Hotels & Resorts, one of Thailand’s leading hotel operator, together with Taisei Corporation and Kanden Realty & Development, announced a landmark agreement to bring the Centara brand to Japan.

Best Western Hotels & Resorts will soon make its debut in Kyoto, Japan’s imperial capital and cultural heart, following the signing of an exquisite new hotel that will also mark the Japanese launch of the BW Signature Collection.

As Japan prepares to host thousands of rugby fans, New Zealand has come together with their national rugby team, the All Blacks, and Jacinda Ardern, prime minister, New Zealand, to say a heartfelt and culturally significant ‘Thank You’ to the Japanese people.

Held in the Japanese ancient capital city of Kyoto, the annual Kyoto International Manga Anime Fair (KYOMAF), which will be held September 21 - 22, is an event that combines the fun and adoration of modern sub-culture with the appreciation and opportunities to experience Japan’s ancient traditions.

All Nippon Airways (ANA), one of Japan’s largest and five-Star airline for seven consecutive years, has collaborated with famed architect Kengo Kuma and leading British designers Acumen to roll out a total of twelve completely redesigned Boeing 777-300ER aircraft.

Hyatt Hotels Corporation announced the opening of Hyatt Place Tokyo Bay, marking the debut of the Hyatt Place brand in Japan.