Japan National Tourism Organization

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Company Bio:

 

Japan is a dynamic and inspiring destination, a fascinating blend of traditional culture and innovation. An event in Japan is an opportunity to experience new ideas.

Cultural activities and workshops – such as kabuki theatre, sushi classes, or ninja lessons – are totally unique and inspiring. On top of this, Japan is a leading force for research and development across diverse industries. Japan is a place where knowledge and talent meet and intersect with culture and tradition.

For example, after meeting in a state-of-the-art venue, you could experience mouth-watering Japanese cuisine followed by relaxation in a luxurious hot spring. Or if you’re after an adventurous incentive programme, Japan has everything from world-class ski resorts to verdant mountain trails to tropical beaches – all easily accessible by an extensive domestic transportation system famous for its second-to-none precision.

The Japan Convention Bureau, part of the Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO), is your guide to planning events in Japan. As the national convention bureau we offer a range of support to meeting and event planners considering Japan as a destination. We can offer:

– Tailored advice about cities and venues

– Inspiration for cultural activities, gastronomy, and other program highlights

– Solutions for logistics

– Support for site visits

– A network of trusted suppliers and domestic partners

Japan: New Ideas Start Here.

 

Speaker Bio: Eleanor Wyllie

 

Eleanor is the Convention Manager at JNTO, which she joined after six years living and working in Japan. During her time there she worked with local government and academia, focusing on inbound tourism and PR to introduce Japan as a destination for travel, events and learning. She has enjoyed being involved in international events as both an organiser and participant. After returning to the UK, she is delighted to be using her experience and in-depth knowledge of the destination to help people see what Japan can bring to their event.