The “JAL Guide to Japan” site now features location search function and video contents.
The microsite on Japan Airlines (JAL)’s global website is an information site for overseas visitors in seven languages.
The “JAL Guide to Japan” site has implemented functionality for searching related information in different languages efficiently. This makes the site more user-friendly, alongside provision of the engaging video contents.
Location Search Function
This new page search function enables passengers to find the sightseeing or event information they need as quickly as possible. They can filter content by category as well as searching by keyword, making it even easier to find the information they’re looking for.
Information in the “JAL Guide to Japan” location search includes:
- Tourist information for hot springs, beaches, ski resorts, Shinto shrines, Buddhist temples, etc.
- Event information for festivals, traditional performance arts, etc.
- Fine food information for regional cuisine, locally brewed sake, etc.
- Facility information for galleries, museums, etc.
- Information for seasonal points of interest such as cherry blossom and autumnal foliage viewing.
This new section contains video clips from well-received program in Japan – “Tabi Plus Navi,” and inflight videos (on international flights) relating to “JAL New Japan Project”.
The videos will also be released on the JAL Inbound Tourism YouTube channel.
About JAL “Guide to Japan”
Since its launch in 2005, “Guide to Japan” has become a popular travel information section on JAL’s global website.
“Guide to Japan” is now available in seven languages, including English, French, German, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Hong Kong Traditional Chinese and Taiwan Traditional Chinese.
Contents are basically updated every month to keep visitors staying with new information about Japan and Japan’s “omotenashi”, the spirit of Japanese hospitality.
Japan Airlines (JAL)’s global website is routinely accessed from 26 regions all over the world.
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