Japan Thank You campaign

first_imgMarking the one year anniversary of the Japan Earthquake, Japan Tourism Agency and Japan National Tourism Org have launched a new campaign called “Japan. Thank You”The aim of the campaign is to express the people of Japan’s appreciation to people around the world who have given their support to the region since it was severely affected by the earthquake and its aftermath.According to JTA the country’s recovery has been more rapid than previously expected, with international tourist arrivals for January 2012 at about 700,000, representing only a 4.5 percent decrease compared to the same time last year.Through the new design logo “Japan. Thank You”, Japan wishes to show their sincere gratitude to all the tourists from overseas for their continued support.Some of the main activities include a special logo “Japan. Thank You.” and a special poster to be displayed in various parts of the world.“Thank You” displays will be placed at the main international airports and sea ports in Japan and a “Thank You” Origami Crane Campaign held in Marunouchi area of Tokyo.Additionally, “Thank You” banner displays will be put in shopping areas and displayed on buses, taxis and hotel flags in Tokyo, Yokohama, Kyoto, Osaka, Sendai and New York.“In the year of the Dragon, 2012, the poster depicts our resolution to ascend our way to recovery, while thanking all of you in the world who have given us support,” a JTA spokesperson said. This image depicts Japan’s resolution to ascent to recovery Source = e-Travel Blackboard: S.Plast_img

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