|Above, the Saikai Bridge near Sasebo City, Kyushu. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
Japan is about to enact a plan to lure more tourists to quake-ravaged Kyushu.
It was reported in News On Japan:
The Japanese government will launch a system to enable a discount in hotel and package tour fees of up to 70 pct for visitors to the earthquake-hit Kyushu region, it was learned Tuesday.
Under the comprehensive program to support the recovery of tourism in the southwestern region suffering from cancellations of accommodation and other adverse effects of the series of powerful quakes in April, the government will provide necessary costs totaling 18 billion yen to affected prefectures.To read more, go here.