Thu |
Mar |

Meeting with locals: Kyushu introduction webinar

Have you always wanted to know more about Kyushu? Are you looking for reliable partners in the region?
HICJ Kyushu Members will introduce you to this splendid region and help you build up your network in the area.


Thu |
Mar |

HICJ Sustainable Tourism Project Kick-off

HICJ is proud to launch the Sustainable Tourism Project initiative lead by HICJ Members and setting rules and targets for a better industry. Are you interested in sustainable tourism ? Please join the meeting and share your vision of tourism with us.



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Day 1.


Feb. 8, 2021 |

Dear Members, HICJ hosted its online kick-off event on Tuesday 2nd February 2021 joined by 20 of the 50 Members companies of the Club. HICJ core values have been presented and the Club first projects were also announced. We very much look forward to the upcoming great events already planned for the upcoming weeks.

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from HICJ


Jan. 1, 2021 |

This year marks the official beginning of HICJ activities and we look forward to great developments in the coming months. Also, the Members Area is now available to all HICJ Members who can login and access HICJ exclusive network, events and news. Should you be interested to join the Club, do not hesitate to fill the « Join Us » form on this website and our team will get back to you after reviewing your application. Happy New Year to you and your beloved ones.

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A new power is born.


Oct. 26, 2020 |

Dear Colleagues, 2020 is certainly the most challenging year you have faced in a long time and the COVID-19 crisis gave an urge for a new travel industry scene in Japan. As the founder of Hitotoki, our luxury boutique travel agency based in Tokyo, I feel more than ever that cooperating together is a necessary step to get through this difficult period. The HICJ will always remain an apolitical Club. Our goal is to renovate the travel industry in Japan and to suggest improvements as a one shared voice when those are needed, such as for the current “Go To Campaign” which is leaving many of you behind. Contrary to Japan’s historic travel associations, the HICJ doesn’t have any entry fees and the membership is free for the first year. New members can decide which events they want to join and only pay for what they need. Also, don’t hesitate to check out our News page for our latest news and upcoming projects. We very much look forward to welcoming you among us. Kind Regards, Alex Debs HICJ Founder Hitotoki President