Japan Travel Announces ‘Hokuriku Support Discount’ But Start Date for Handling and Reservations Remains Undecided

Hokuriku Support Discount

Japan Travel has announced the implementation of the ‘Hokuriku Support Discount’. As of now, the details on how it will be handled and the start date for reservations are undecided, with an announcement to follow once determined.

The ‘Hokuriku Support Discount’ is a travel support initiative targeted at Fukui, Ishikawa, Toyama, and Niigata prefectures, which were affected by the Noto Peninsula earthquake. It offers subsidies for stays from March 16 to April 26 (with checkout the next day).

The discount rate is equivalent to 50% of the travel cost. The maximum discount is 20,000 yen for single-night stays and traveling with accommodation, 30,000 yen for stays of two or more nights with transportation, and 35,000 yen for travel staying in two or more prefectures. The subsidy is available for domestic travels and visitors to Japan; business-related travels and bookings made before the start of the campaign are not eligible.

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