Join us again as we continue our exploration of sustainable tourism in Tokyo, and learn how eco-tourism, architecture, and even pop culture are redefining the metropolis’ tourism scene and contributing to its present and future sustainability.
During this second video installment, meet an inspired variety of individuals, ranging from a tour producer to a young entrepreneur, and discover their goals, aspirations, and dreams for tourism and life in Tokyo.
Virtual event (YouTube Premier): https://youtu.be/YaTBE7h2apU
Available Friday 17th March 11 am JST
Is sustainability more than just a buzzword? Who is taking action to achieve future harmony in Tokyo’s tourism industry? What initiatives are the people of Tokyo implementing to strengthen the legacy of the metropolis? Follow our hosts from western to central Tokyo as they explore these questions, and meet people committed to making sustainability an essential part of everyday life in Tokyo.
- Opening and Introductions
- Eco Tourism on the Westside of Tokyo
- Innovation and Cultural Learning Beside Haneda Airport
- The Legacy of Japan’s National Stadium
- SDGs Meet Pop Culture
- Video Closing
Meet your hosts
Maria has been passionate about Japan since a young age and enjoys exploring its beauty throughout the seasons, always on the hunt for local delicacies. Maria works in sales and HR based in Tokyo and likes singing karaoke and traveling.
For as long as she can remember, Veronica has had a passion for discovering new places and meeting new people. Veronica works as a content producer based in Tokyo and loves cats, reading historical fiction, dinosaurs, and hiking.
Anna was born and brought up in Niigata prefecture and has lived in Australia and China before moving to Tokyo 5 years ago. She loves to travel around Japan and the world and has a deep love for Japanese culture, especially Japanese festivals and sake.
About Tokyo Tokyo
You cannot visit the same Tokyo twice. The city is always changing in fun, unpredictable ways and creates new styles by mixing modernity and tradition, which is what the “Tokyo Tokyo Old meets New” logo and slogan are meant to communicate to travelers everywhere. Visit it today and discover YOUR Tokyo. Your new story starts here.