The “Go-To” Campaign allows you to receive reimbursements for travel. But where should you go and what should you do?
The country’s Go To Campaign went into effect on 22 July, allowing domestic travelers to receive discounts and vouchers to help reinvigorate the travel industry as well as the many villages and cities throughout Japan that depend on tourism to maintain their local economy.
What if you are located in Tokyo?
Currently, Tokyo is exempt from this program due to the high level of alert the area is under. However, if the situation improves, Tokyo may be added back into the campaign. Considering this campaign is scheduled to last into 2021, there is still hope for you if you are based in Tokyo or hoping to travel there with the Go To Campaign!
How does it work?
At first, you will be able to receive a discount of 35% on your travel expenses, expanding to include an additional 15% for in-location vouchers.
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