Los Visitantes de Japón tienen la mejor oportunidade de viajar ligero: empaque ropa inside y cepillos de dientes, pero alquile toda su ropa a su llegada y traiga una bolsa vía ecológica.
As part of a trial of a year that began on Wednesday, Japan Airlines (JAL) passengers can rent clothes by season, size, formality and color combination.
Bajo el isquema, un gobenate potential a japon puede reservar suropa hasta con un mes de anticipacion para usarla durante dos semanas. Los viajeros pueden specificar el purpose de su visita para seguridad tener la ropa adequada.
According to JAL, the scheme is designed for travelers who hope to make a “sustainable election”.
La ropa de alquiler, una mezcla de exceso de inventario de ministas y ropa usada recollectada por una empresa asociado, se entregará en un hotel o propiedad de Airbnb antes de la llegada y se recogerá al final de la visita para lavarla y reciclarla.
According to the current price structure, a woman who travels on business in the scorching heat of Japan can pay 5,000 yen (35 dollars) for a selection of five tops and three bottoms that include a linen shirt, pants, and a pair of loose pants. Tobilos.
A man who goes on an informal trip in winter can rent a wardrobe that includes worn-out jeans, a hooded sweatshirt and a comfortable jacket for 7,000 yen.
El plano piloto, known as “Anywhere Wear, Anywhere”, directed by JAL and the commercial house Sumitomo, was presented as an attempt to promote sustainable tourism.
In the course of the trial of 13 months, JAL will compile data on whether the scheme causes a general reduction in the weight of the passengers’ equipment.
The site that deals with the clothing rental system affirms that a reduction of 10 kg in the equipment of passengers of a flight results in an estimated reduction of 7.5 kg in emissions of carbon dioxide. Add as a reference a reduction of CO2 emissions of 7.5 kg, which is equivalent to stopping using a hair dryer for 78 days (based on an average use of 10 minutes per drying session).
The scheme was launched during a period of explosive growth after the pandemic in the number of visitors to Japan. After strictly restricting visitor access between March 2020 and October 2022, Japan has reopened.
Según la agencia de turismo del gobierno de Japón, Los Visitantes en los primeros tres meses de 2023 spent an average of 50,496 yens solo en compras.
In May, almost 1.9 million people visited Japan, an increase of 1191% compared to the same month of the previous year, according to data from the National Tourism Organization of Japan.
The strong increase in the number of visitors, still around 30 percent less than in 2019, was produced despite the lower number of visitors from mainland China, which still limits the number of exit visas for tourists.