A total of 30.92 million people stayed at hotels and inns in Japan in July, which is more than 40% lower than in July before the spread of the new coronavirus, which is a serious impact on the tourism industry. Is continuing.
According to the Japan Tourism Agency, the total number of people who stayed at hotels and inns in Japan in July was 30.92 million, an increase of 32.2% from the same month last year.
However, it is 40.3% lower than that of July before the spread of the infection, and it is still at a low level.
In particular, the number of foreign guests staying at 850,000, 92.1% less than in July, continues to decline record-breakingly.
In addition, the occupancy rate of guest rooms at accommodation facilities nationwide was 38.6%, which is a recovery from the same month last year, but it is 63.3%, which is lower than that of July.
In response to the spread of the infection, the government has gradually expanded the area covered by the state of emergency, and now 21 prefectures have been declared, and the recovery of accommodation demand is still uncertain.
The government will continue to provide financial assistance to prefectures that provide support to lodging companies working on infection control.Keywords: