Tourism Tokyo adds travel agent training modules

Tourism Tokyo adds travel agent training modules

Wednesday, 14 Feb, 2023 0

Tourism Tokyo has expanded its travel agent training platform.

Two new modules were added to mark Japan’s reopening.

It will help encourage travellers to explore lesser known areas outside the city limits.

The training programme, now provides further modules with details on post-Covid recommendations and new activities as a result of the Olympic Games.

It includes behind-the-scenes tours of the Japan National Stadium.

In addition, the e-learning travel agent training platform holds a wealth of information about the city.

It encompasses food, art, entertainment, architecture and nature.

The training will offer agents countless ways to feed information into sales.

This year, Tokyo has a number of new hotels and attractions opening.

Eight new properties include Bulgari Hotel and Hotel Indigo Tokyo Shibuya, as well as a new interactive teamLab museum.

Agents completing all six Tokyo online training modules by February can win furoshiki Japanese wrapping cloths and Tokyo branded goodies.

Earlier this month the Tokyo Metropolitan Government held a Tokyo City Promotion agent briefing in London.

It featured accommodation, airline, rail, ground handler and experience providers from Toky.

Tokyo will run marketing partnerships with Expedia, British Airways, and InsideJapan Tours until March 2023 to drive consumer demand.



Ray Monty

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