Great concerns arisen towards traveling to Japan after 8.9 earthquake
After a massive 8.9-magnitude earthquake slammed the country of Japan on March 11th, great concerns have arisen among people for the security of tourists traveling to Japan, reports xinhuanet.com.
After the earthquake in Japan, reporters have contacted some local travel agencies and were told that none of the Hainan tour groups have been sent to Japan yet.
Tourists go to Japan mainly to enjoy the sakura during this period. However, the departure time for tours is concentrating at the end of this month or at the beginning of next month, said a vice director of a local travel agency in Hainan.
Although the National Tourism Bureau has given a travel alert for Japan, most agencies will pay close attention to the latest earthquake information in Japan. If necessary, they will timely communicate with tourists who have been scheduled to travel to Japan or make some adjustments on Japan travel routes.
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