How to Build a Sustainable Travel Brand in Japan | EcoTourism Expert Masaru Takayama #249





Inspired by Costa Rica and Oceanography study, Masaru Takayama has worked for many years with EcoTourism and Sustainable Tourism Planners, Policymakers, Strategists and Marketers in Japan, Asia and Internationally for many years.

Masaru founded the Japan Association of Responsible Tourism Agents (JARTA) as well as EcoTourism Tour Org ‘The Sprit of Japan Travel’ (links below).

In this talk, Masaru shares some insights on sustainable travel options in Japan and core principles of sustainable and eco tourism.

Listen to this talk [Episode 249] in the SeekingSustainability LIVE Podcast [AUDIO]

Scroll down for Masaru Takayama’s links.

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Masaru Takayama’s Links
Eco Tourism Japan- The Spirit of Japan Travel – Sustainable Tours :
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One Reply to “How to Build a Sustainable Travel Brand in Japan | EcoTourism Expert Masaru Takayama #249”

  1. Seeking Sustainability in Japan with JJWalsh

    I met Masaru Takayam many years ago at a sustainable tourism conference and he was my only hope for the future of ecotourism and logical long-term thinking policy in Japan in regards to innovation and solutions for tourism and travel planning that considers the environment as well as locals in creating tourism products and services. It was such a pleasure to talk with him here and I hope we can collaborate more in the future when tourism returns to Japan.

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