Japan’s national tourism agency, JTB, on Monday unveiled a $3 billion program aimed at boosting tourism in Asia and Africa.
The program is aimed at expanding tourism and providing new ways to connect travelers with Japanese.
The agency said that the program aims to attract more foreign tourists to Japan.
“As of 2020, JTBS plans to offer a broad range of opportunities for foreign tourists and foreigners, including the creation of new tourist-friendly destinations and other opportunities for people who are interested in Japan,” JTB said in a statement.
The company said it has “developed a new, simplified and simplified system of visa-free travel to Japan” to attract foreign tourists.
“We are also in the process of developing new opportunities for overseas visitors,” JTBC said.
It said that it will create new tourist attractions such as Japanese museums and art galleries.
The JTB program will cover more than 300 million people, with the goal of attracting 1 billion foreign visitors by 2020.