Havana, Cuba, Jun 18 (acn) The Japanese Association of Travel Agencies (JATA) started a promotional campaign on Cuba’s attractions as tourist destination.
Jungo Kikuma, president of that entity, included different actions to give information to the Japanese public about tourism on the Caribbean island, which represents one of its main economic areas, the Cubaminrex Web site reported.
The inauguration of the campaign was in charge of Marcos Rodriguez, Cuba’s ambassador to Tokyo, where he presented a video message aimed at the Japanese people, which presents the safety and beauty Cuba offers visitors, its rich history and culture.
Promotional seminars are also scheduled for several Japanese cities in addition to the capital, like Osaka, Nagoya and Sapporo.
Other suggestions will be the presentation of several publications and the Cuba image within the context of the International Tourism Fair of Japan scheduled for September.(ACN)