Fukushima Prefectureʼs Fukkowari "Revitalization Campaign"

Fukushima Prefectureʼs Fukkowari "Revitalization Campaign"

Fukushima Prefectureʼs Fukkowari "Revitalization Campaign"

Using the 2019 Typhoon Faxai and Typhoon Hagibis Tourism Support Project Grant issued by the government of Japan, Fukushima Prefecture is carrying out the Fukushima Prefecture Sightseeing Tours Support Project Fukkowari “Revitalization Campaign” with the aim of contributing to the prompt recovery of tourism demand, which dropped following the typhoons Faxai and Hagibis in 2019. Support grants are provided to travel agents who create and sell tour packages that are accompanied by an overnight stay of one night or more in Fukushima Prefecture. Support grants will be provided within the limits of the project budget.

Tour Packages Eligible for a Support Grant and Grant Amount

Application Procedure for Travel Agencies

Travel agencies who desire to receive support grants as part of this campaign should read the Fukushima Fukkowari Campaign Terms & Conditions (accessible below), check the application procedure and necessary documents for submission, and then submit them to the Fukushima Fukkowari Campaign Office.

 

**There is a different point of contact for Japanese travel agencies, and agencies affiliated with All Nippon Travel Agents Association (ANTA)

Please download the necessary documents by clicking the buttons below

For those visiting Fukushima Prefecture via the Fukkowari Campaign

Through purchasing a tour package from a travel agency which has been discounted as part of the Fukkowari “Revitalization Campaign”you are able to stay overnight in Fukushima Prefecture at a great price. It is not necessary for tour participants to go through any particular procedure to take advantage of these special discounts. If you have any questions about tour packages discounted via the Fukkowari Campaign, contact the travel agency you bought the package from directly. The Fukushima Fukkowari Campaign Office cannot give any information about purchases, or any explanations or detailed information about individual tour packages.

Fukushima Prefecture Travel Agency Association
Phone No.: (+81) 24-521-2667

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From: 2019-12-18

Until: 2020-02-02

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