H.I.S. Launches ‘Early Summer Dream Family Trip’ Campaign

H.I.S. has launched the ‘Early Summer Dream Family Trip’ campaign.

Reservations for travel to Japan, which have recovered to the same level as before the coronavirus, are often made between six months and 90 days before the trip. Last-minute bookings can make it difficult to reserve flights and may become expensive. By encouraging early bookings for summer vacation trips, it aims to highlight the possibility of booking at a lower cost.

The campaign offers discounts of up to 50,000 yen for overseas trips and up to 20,000 yen for domestic trips per group. Additionally, for overseas trips, the full cost of acquiring a new passport for children under 12 years old will be subsidized. The reservation period is until May 9th, with the travel period from July 1st to September 30th.

In conjunction with the campaign, a family travel exclusive brochure has been prepared, featuring tours to popular destinations such as beach areas like Hawaii, Guam, Bali, baseball game tours in the U.S., and trips to overseas Disney resorts.

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