The seminar of 'Destination Seminar: Iran' was held in Tokyo with the purpose of expanding tourism ties between Iran and Japan, IRNA reports.
The seminar was attended by some Japanese top officials, including a member of tourism council of the Japan's prime minister's office, an advisor to the Japanese foreign ministry, deputy chief of Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO), and several others.
From Iran, a twelve-member tour leader group attended the meeting.
Iranian ambassador in Tokyo told the seminar that Japanese tourists are respectful and cultured. Japan is among the ten top tourist senders in the world.
Referring to the 9th anniversary of Iran-Japan relations in 2019, Morteza Rahmani-Movahhad said, 'Expanding tourism relations can be one of the most important collaborations, which, of course, requires synergy and attempt on the part of both sides.'
Some Japanese tourism authorities made speeches on expanding tourism ties with Iran.