- Amidst general pessimism towards international travel, people living in Asia have a more positive outlook when it comes to traveling in the “new normal”.
- A shift in travelers’ destination of choice: China, Italy, and the US have all taken a hit while Japan and Australia rank highest as destinations of choice.
- Safety first: Travellers are willing to pay a premium to be assured on safety, while contactless experiences will be a key influence when travelers determine their preferred destinations.
- Travel reimagined: e-boarding passes, touchless lavatories, contactless journeys from airports to hotels, no middle seats in transportation, and digital health passports
TOKYO, July 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Hello Kitty Land Tokyo, also known as Sanrio Puroland (https://en.puroland.jp/), has launched a fun video to support the communication with its fans and guests during the time of the partial reopening of the theme park.
The animated and fun video, which can be viewed with subtitles in English, explains Sanrio Puroland’s “8 asks to make everyone happy” which all visitors need to be aware of to ensure that everyone can enjoy their time at Hello Kitty Land Tokyo.
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