Consumption. with the Japanese Government Announcing That from June 1, the Number of Arrivals Will Increase from 10,000 to 20,000, This Is Still Better Than Nothing for Japanese Tourism Operators, but Compared with the Daily Number of Arrivals Before the Epidemic of About 140,000 People, the Gap Is Still Very Large. Take Taiwanese Tourists as an Example. Before the Epidemic, Nearly 5 Million Taiwanese Tourists Visited Japan a Year. Many Taiwanese People Are Very Excited That the Japanese Government Has Now Included Taiwan in the "Blue" Category, and Can Be Exempted from Inspection and Quarantine When Entering the Country. Some People Wrote "
Japan, I Am Here" on Their Faces. "I Finally See the Light of the Sun, and I'm Really Looking Forward to It." Lin Gongqing, Head of the Japanese Branch of Taiwan's Travel E-Commerce Company Kkday Group, Said That He Was Very Happy to Hear That the Japanese Government Has Opened Up the Entry of Foreign Tourists. He Said That the Kkday Group executive list Has Long Been Negotiating with Taiwan's Airlines About the Status of Seats, and the Group Seats Have Been Allocated to October. "Waiting for the Government to Open Up Tourism, We Are Looking Forward to the Arrival of Taiwanese Tourists." Fumiko Kato, President and Ceo of Japanese Travel
E-Commerce Platform Wamazing, Told the Central News Agency. Wamazing Is One of the Targets of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government's Promotion of the King Salmon Project. Kato Recently Stated That Foreign Tourists Who Download the App and Arrive in Japan on Large Cruise Ships Will Be Given Free High-Speed Internet Sim Cards and 500mb of Free Data for at Least 15 Days. Why Are You Most Looking Forward to the Arrival of Taiwanese Tourists? Before the Pandemic, About 330,000 People Used Wamazing's Platform, Half of Them Taiwanese, Kato Said. Among the Travel Products Launched by