30 THINGS TO DO BY 2030
IN JAPAN’S NATURAL WORLD HERITAGE SITES
The Tokyo Metropolitan Government and the Tokyo Convention & Visitors Bureau collaborate with Hokkaido, Aomori, Akita, Kagoshima, and Okinawa-prefectures containing Natural World Heritage areas-on tourism promotions that make use of the name recognition and brand image of the Natural World Heritage list. To share the appeal of Natural World Heritage areas more broadly and convey each area's nature conservation efforts and the rules and manners visitors are expected to follow while sightseeing there, we have created this digital brochure.
In this brochure, we introduce 30 "missions" for visitors to Japan's Natural World Heritage sites. Each mission offers unique lessons about the wonders of nature and the vitality of Japan's flora and fauna, and represents a chance to experience first-hand what the SDGs are truly about. We hope they will be of interest to travelers who seek to go beyond sightseeing and enjoy experiences and discoveries to protect the future of our planet.