With a record 19.7 million travellers visiting Japan in 2015 (an increase of 47.3 percent from 2014), TravelDoor Japan is the perfect mobile pocket travel companion when on the road or whilst planning a trip to Japan. Yuki Hiraki, CEO of LCO-Creation Singapore Pte. Ltd., commented, “We saw an opportunity in the market with the rapid rise of inbound visitors to Japan. With the Japanese government targeting up to 40 million visitors in 2020, TravelDoor Japan provides intuitive locally-curated mobile content to deliver the best possible user experience to the visitor.”

TravelDoor Japan is easy-to-use and meets the needs and expectations of travelers in 2016 and beyond. TravelDoor Japan contains expert traveller content and is curated and optimized to provide the best possible on-the-ground experience.

TravelDoor Japan enables travelers to:

  • Navigate with simple to use offline maps
  • Bookmark places of interest
  • Articles about Japanese food, culture, nature, hotspring and more
  • Find the perfect activity to explore Japan
  • Travel confidently with essential tips such as city highlights and details on where to visit

TravelDoor Japan includes 275 extensive city travel guides across Japan and includes information on over 2,600 tourist attractions…

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