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JNTO to host Japan Travel Festival to encourage Sydneysiders to visit the 'Land of the Rising Sun'

Travel tips and inspiration for the ‘Land of the Rising Sun’ on offer at the special free event.

All things Japan will be on show at Sydney's Luna Park from 4-5 February.

Sydney will host a special weekend Japanese travel festival designed to help locals learn more about the country’s tourism offerings including which airlines fly there, where to stay, what to do and the Japanese culture.

The Japan Travel Fair will take place at the Luna Park Sydney Grand Ballroom on the weekend of 4-5 February 2023, running from 10am to 5pm on Saturday and 10am-4pm on Sunday.

More than 20 travel companies active in Japan will be exhibiting at the event, with entry free of charge to everybody. The event will feature information for travel parties of all sizes, from solo travellers, couples, luxury, cruise and adventure seekers.

Exhibitors will include Japan Airlines, All Nippon Airways, Okinawa Tourism, Tourism Oita/Kyushu, Kuroishi City (Aomori) and Fuji Kyuko, along with travel and tour operators including InsideJapan Tours, Club Med, Hoshino Resorts Tomamu, Collette, Inspiring Vacations, Intrepid Travel, Journey to the East, Klook, MW Tours, Scenic Luxury Cruises & Tours, Skimax Holidays and Wendy Wu Tours.

The Japan Travel Fair will feature cultural demonstrations and workshops.

Representatives will be on hand to help prospective travellers secure their holidays and to take advantage of a variety of special offers which will be exclusively available at the event.

Visitors will also be able to witness demonstrations of traditional Japanese culture and take part in workshops.

There will also be a variety of prize giveaways including return flights from Sydney to Japan courtesy of ANA – All Nippon Airways and Japan Airlines. To be in the running, entrants must visit and complete a short survey.


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Written by: Matt Lennon
Published: 20 January 2023

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