According to HotelTravel.com Chief Information Officer Olivier Dombey the promotions are well timed as October is traditionally a popular time to visit Japan.
“This weekend’s Japanese Grand Prix and the Tokyo Film Festival are two outstanding opportunities to promote tourism in Japan. While outbound travel recovered quickly within three months after the earthquake and tsunami in March, inbound travel to Japan is still behind 2010 arrival figures,” Mr. Dombey said.
HotelTravel.com’s event article “Tokyo Film Fest Features Special Opening Line-up” dishes up the inside scoop on award favorites for one of Asia’s most prestigious film festivals. To get the most out of every travel dollar, visitors staying in Tokyo can view HotelTravel.com’s heavily-discounted deals available on its Tokyo promotion page. with rates starting for as little as US$32 per night.
Formula 1 fans with tickets to this weekend’s Grand Prix should read through HotelTravel.com’s light-hearted lead story: “When Second Place is Worst than Last.” While this year’s Japanese Grand Prix might not be as dramatic as in past years since the championship is all but decided, ticket holders looking for last-minute deals should look over HotelTravel.com’s Nagoya promotion page for rates.
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