BYU Travel Launches ‘Hokuriku Support Discount’ Starting March 19

Hokuriku Support Discount

BYU Travel, operated by JR East Tourism & Sales, will launch the ‘Hokuriku Support Discount’ on March 19.

Toyama Prefecture will start at 2 PM, Niigata Prefecture at 4 PM, and Ishikawa Prefecture at 5 PM, offering the discount only for 1-night stays in the ‘Dynamic Rail Pack.’ Two or more nights, day trips, or accommodation-only options are not eligible.

The ‘Hokuriku Support Discount’ is a travel support initiative for Fukui Prefecture, Ishikawa Prefecture, Toyama Prefecture, and Niigata Prefecture, areas affected by the Noto Peninsula Earthquake. It offers subsidies for stays from March 16 to April 26 (with checkout the following day). The discount is equivalent to 50% of the travel expenses, with a cap of 20,000 yen for single-night stays and travel packages including transportation, 30,000 yen for stays of two or more nights with transportation, and 35,000 yen for circuit-type travels staying in two or more prefectures. The discount is available for domestic travelers and visitors to Japan, excluding trips or stays for business purposes and bookings made before the start of the offer.

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