Your destination is amazing, and you want to share it with the world via Inbound Tourism! We can help.
Inbound tourism entails hard work and patience, it is very different than supporting the domestic tourism market — the process is long and slow. Results do not come in an instant. Growing a great tourism program is like planting a tree. It takes time, understanding, care and patience. By planting these ideas like trees and nurturing them you can grow a forest!
We can start to grow this forest together — our combined efforts can lead the way to something powerful and create opportunity and connections in your area for years and years to come
One of the greatest values of working with us as an international team, is being able to learn about what will appeal deeply to foreigners who come to Japan. We can share the things that specifically make Japan special from an eyes of a foreigner. We are experts in bridging the gap between local Japanese understanding and the experiences, information and connections that Foreign visitors to Japan are seeking. We will put you in the minds of hearts of future visitors making sure your destination is on their Must-See list when they dream of their Japan Adventures.
We believe in Long Term Partnerships
Our goal is not to come in and create a single product for you only to disappear and leave the local community struggling for next steps. We can support you in marketing, improving and updating your tourism experiences along the way.
We love Japan and want to help you build a bridge to the world. We are motivated by creating long term change in your area that builds on the amazing ideas and expert knowledge you already possess and translates that into a sustainable plan for a future of growing and flourishing inbound tourism. We will help you foster deep global connections, friendships and economic opportunities.
See our passion for Japan: Browse our Blog for recent travel and food stories from around this amazing country.
Fun and Interesting Alcohol in Japanese Convenience Stores
There are many types of mixers and alcohol in Japan, and Japanese convenience stores—called ‘konbini’ in Japan—sell pretty much all of them, and at really affordable prices... (find out more in this guest post from our friends at FLIPGUIDE)
Crazy Shaped Watermelons, the secrets of the Japanese luxurious fruit
Crazy Shaped watermelons started to be produced in Kanagawa prefecture in 1980’s in order to fit better in compact Japanese refrigerators at that time. The first one created was cubic, a good shape not only to be easily stored but also to prevent it from rolling...
Surviving Summer in Japan: ALL about Kakigori
Shaved ice and sweet toppings, beloved by the locals. Just the signs for this summer specialty often pull us in for a sweet and heavenly cooling treat of Kakigori (かき氷).
Eat Play Works, a concept mixing working space and delicious food in Tokyo
Eat Play Works is a new community co-working space that has found the perfect combination of comfort, tranquility and professionalism, in its 6 floors there are 17 small restaurants, conference rooms, individual and group work spaces, rest rooms, kitchenettes, among other things. The place has a design that focuses on the work needs of new generations...