vol.100:When You’re Feeling Sick During Travel in Japan

Everybody would suddenly get sick during travel. The Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO) operates a website that is easy for foreign tourists to get information about medical service in Japan. You can search the medical institutions for details on medical treatment such as business hours and what language each facility can accommodate. Also, you can learn how to take the medical service and explanation about travel insurance. English, Chinese, Korean, and Thailand are available.

JAPAN: the Official Guide

Website: JAPAN the Official Guide

Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO) also operates a visitor hotline 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Call for tourist information or assistance in the case of accidents and emergencies. Support is available in English, Chinese, Korean and Japanese.
If you have symptoms such as cough or fever, please put on a disposable face mask and contact ta hospital before visit it.

Japan Visitor Hotline
Phone Number:
Japan Visitor HotlineHP

The notification about our news

Following the spread of the new coronavirus, Governor Nishiwaki of Kyoto Prefecture and Mayor Kadokawa of Kyoto City jointly held an urgent press conference on the morning of the 2nd to the citizens of the prefecture. They ask residents not to go out to the big city like Tokyo, Osaka, and Hyogo.
All that we need is to stay at home for a while. We know travel lovers want to go out and enjoy their trip. So we should stay at home for what we love. When the COVID-19 ends finally, we could go everywhere.
KoI service ups weekly news on Kyoto events held soon. Even though we should stay at home, we plant to share the topics about Kyoto.

Do you need more information?

You should receive such local information of Kyoto by an application “KoI APP”.
With this application, even if you don’t have Wi-Fi, you can find nearby stores and so on.
You can install the application from the following URL.

Android app「KoI Service」

iPhone app「KoI Service」

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