Tokyo Metropolitan Government / Japan
Beyond Tokyo’s delights lies a network of clean streets and warm hospitality. Amid the changing landscape of 2020, the city is drawing on its strengths with an eye to welcoming visitors to the city. Initiatives include a guide to good manners while on the move, dining out or staying overnight. From a smart safety app to handy tips, Tokyo is supporting responsible travel.
Suitcase, passport, COCOA – let’s go!
Designed with safe travel in mind, the COCOA app sends notifications about possible contact with coronavirus. Download it before take-off.
Patience provides peace of mind
Don’t forget to wait for the next connection at a safe distance. The extra space provides a chance to relax, putting the mind at ease.
wise addition to your morning routine
A temperature check might only take a moment but it helps ensure you start the day off on the right foot.
Masks are a smart approach to safety
Face coverings play an important role, putting you at ease in the company of others, while reassuring those around you.
Travel off-peak and enjoy the ride
No one looks forward to an overcrowded bus or train. Plan ahead to avoid the bustle and be rewarded with a peaceful journey.
washing your hands makes for a healthy travel habit
Responsible travel means taking your best manners with you. Throughout the journey, make clean hands part of your daily routine.
Keep an eye out for this badge of honour
Tokyo’s Covid-19 safety stickers are a sign that businesses of all types have taken measures to protect staff and customers.
Reserving your spot makes entry a breeze
Booking systems are being rolled out across the board for events and exhibitions so attendance numbers are well managed and trip planning is all the more convenient.
breath of fresh air
Ventilation need not be a pain. Take the chance to appreciate a different side of your destination, whether it be fresh city views, sea breezes or the rhythms of nature.
Browse with your eyes, not your hands
Japanese shops are known for their pleasing displays. Take in these aesthetic arrangements as you ponder your next purchase.
For more information about Tokyo’s prevention measures and updates on coronavirus, visit: www.gotokyo.org/en/plan/coronavirus-information