As Japan has now reopened to the world for particular person travel, greater than half (56 %) of Aussies are trying to travel to Japan when they’re in a position, a brand new YouGov survey commissioned by Airbnb reveals. Of these, greater than 60 % of travellers are intending to go to main cities, greater than 40 % would really like to go to locations exterior of the key cities and one in 5 are searching for a location with a singular lodging expertise.
Susan Wheeldon, Airbnb nation supervisor Australia and New Zealand stated: “Australia has at all times loved a robust reference to Japan and Aussies are extremely excited to revisit their favorite Japanese locations and discover new ones. Australians have at all times been enthusiastic travellers to Japan, having fun with the wonderful snowboarding, meals and tradition that the nation affords and have been eagerly awaiting this reopening, so it’s no shock to see so many Australians keen to go to Japan as soon as once more.
“Frequent travellers to the country are now also able to discover hidden gems they’d previously missed thanks to Airbnb’s Categories feature. For those looking to step off the beaten path, the 56 categories available on Airbnb include farm stays, Ryokans, national parks, vineyards, cabins, tiny homes, earth homes and of course the more unique options including yurts, caves, caravans, tree houses and many more.”