The Tokyo Convention & Visitors Bureau (TVCB) recently announced a lineup of improved accommodations and services to be made available to tourists this year.
These improvements include the addition of four thousand (4,000) more rooms in hotel establishments like The Prince Gallery and the Hoshinoya. The Ginza Six hotel will likewise be opening its doors this year to accommodate more tourists and guests entering Tokyo.
Moreover, citywide upgrades will soon be made in Otemachi, Nihombashi, Shibuya, Toyosu, Takeshiba, Ikebukuro and Shinagawa, to ensure convenience among Japan visitors.
Recently, multilingual call center services have been made available to help tourists communicate more easily with the locals.
The city of Tokyo has also opened the Tokyo Tourist Information Center at the Shinjuku Bus Terminal Branch to entertain any traveler’s inquiries. If that’s not enough, they’ve also put up interactive digital signages all over the city, to help guide tourists go around and about Tokyo. These signages do not only give them directions, but it also offer free wifi so tourists can use their mobile phones and tablets.
With all of these accommodations and services readily available, tourists may better enjoy their family trips, company tours and personal vacations at Tokyo, Japan.