Tokyo Metropolitan Travel Assistance Project Starts Today Bus Tour Buses October 24, 11:53

A project in which the Tokyo Metropolitan Government independently subsidizes the trips of the citizens of Tokyo began on the 24th, and bus tours around the city were bustling.

The Tokyo Metropolitan Government will independently subsidize 5,000 yen per person per night and 2,500 yen for day trips for the residents of Tokyo to recover the tourism industry that was hit by the spread of the new coronavirus infection.



The application of the project began on the 24th, and the platform in front of Tokyo Station on the Hato Bus was crowded with reserved passengers.



This tour is a plan to visit Hamarikyu Gardens in Chuo Ward, have lunch on a cruise ship, and then go around the observatory of the skyscrapers in Shibuya. It will be 5170 yen.



According to "Hato Bus", all 28 tour guests who participated on the 24th used the business of the city, so after showing the identity certificate and confirming whether they are citizens of the city, the temperature was measured and disinfected. I was on the bus.



A man in his 60s in Kokubunji, Tokyo, who participated as a couple, said, "It was difficult to make a reservation, but I am happy to be able to participate. I would like to enjoy it because I can go cheaply to places I have not visited yet." Was there.



Yuta Yamamoto, chief of the Hato Bus Public Relations Office, said, "The severe situation continues due to the influence of the new corona, so I would like to take this opportunity to help recover sales."