Domestic Travel Restrictions Lifted Across Japan, Fukui’s Tourist Attractions During the Weekend

Domestic Travel Restrictions Lifted Across Japan, Fukui’s Tourist Attractions During the Weekend

Number of Tourists from Outside the Prefecture Increased from 20% to 60%

On June 20th, Japan entered its first weekend after the domestic travel restrictions, placed by the Japan government, requesting self-restraint, was lifted; travellers have begun returning to tourist spots within Fukui Prefecture, raising anticipation for the return of crowds.

At Rainbow Line Summit Park, which spans across Mihama and Wakasa towns, and completed its renovations during the spring, has around 180,000 visitors in a year, approximately 70% of which are from outside the prefecture. During the past few days, the number of visitors from outside the prefecture went no higher than around 20%; however, on the 20th, that number increase to around 60%. License plates from the Kansai and Chukyo regions were conspicuous in the parking areas, which became fully occupied by 11 of the late morning.

“When the domestic travel restrictions were lifted, Fukui was the first to come to mind, which is why we came here. It feel refreshing, for the children as well, to go sightseeing outside our prefecture after such a long time,” said a family of tourists from Shiga Prefecture.

Source: https://www.fukuishimbun.co.jp/articles/-/1108758

Fukui Prefecture, No New COVID-19 Infections

Fukui Prefecture, No New COVID-19 Infections

June 21st News Flash, 54th Consecutive Day

On June 21st, Fukui Prefecture reported no new cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) infection. Since April 29th, it is the 54th consecutive day without a new COVID-19 infection.

Source: https://www.fukuishimbun.co.jp/articles/-/1108998