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  • Is that included the free bonus 2 weeks stay in Darwin?

  • +2 votes

    I think most people won't want to travel full stop for a while till all the virus talk blows over "hopefully*

    • Or just roll the dice. 800 cases out of 130 million people.

      • To be fair most of the cases are on the diamond princess.

      • The figure for Japan is 170, not 800! Your figure incorrectly includes foreign cases on the diamond princess.

        • That ship is in Japan territory. Other countries counting foreigners cases.

          • @leealpha: Being in a country's waters or flying through its airspace doesn't mean you have entered the country.

            Unless a person has entered a country officially through border security & customs, they are not counted as being in that country!

            So cases from that boat aren't counted in the official figures for Japan.

            Foreigners here with the virus have cleared the Australian border, with permits to enter Australia! So they are officially in Australia - with the virus. So counted in our figures.

            Without that basic understanding of international travel matters, your allegations are just a conspiracy rant!

            You're getting into conspiracy theories - against the Japanese. Very worrying!

            There is so much misinformation being posted & reposted by people who claim to know everything that is going on in other countries.

            The Deal is a cheap flight to Japan, not how another country operates.

            • @the INFIDEL: A wife of a man who worked for medical team in Diamond Cruise posted on SNS that said her husband was not provided proper PPE and worked inside of the ship and commute from the ship by public transport to Tokyo with other thousands of ppl everyday. And Japan supported (paid) 10 million dollars to WHO just after WHO separated numbers of diamond cruise and Japan's cases. Everytime IOC worried about Tyoko Olympic because of Radiation problem, Japanese money goes into IOC. And eveyone knows but Japanese ppl only rely on Japanese media do not know. whatever this flight deal is cheap or even free, it is not a time to visit Japan.

    • Nah, I'm going to go for it. I'm in a low risk group.

    • +4 votes

      Just book for end of the year, that way, we will either all dead or the virus will be gone.

    • Here in Tokyo right now, nothing to worry about. All the Japanese are wearing there masks but they are all going about everything as they normally would. Benefits right now less tourists, less lines.

      • The masks are worn at this time of year - every year.

        It's hayfever season from the Sugi (trees). 25M Japanese suffer from hayfever. Masks are the best protection from the pollen.

        Enjoy the experience! Visited just after the tsunami & earthquake in 2011 - sad, but a great holiday with almost no Foreigners. Was so easy getting around, could just turn up to accommodation & get great prices (a major hotel chain went broke due to lack of travellers).

  • Gotta love it when they're only cheap because they have a stop over. Why would anyone go Melb > Bris > Tokyo?

    • Status run ?

      • Perhaps the only good reason. Still it adds an extra 9 hours.

        • I redeemed points to fly business and had to do it, wasn't too bad.
          Prefer not to do it though.

          Syd > Mel > Tokyo
          Tokyo > Bris > Syd

          • @Schema: Really? I redeemed last year and flew direct.

            • @Clear: Amex Points > Asia Miles > Qantas

              Yeah, I didn't have a choice as most flights didn't have available seats.

              This time when booking direct with Qantas, I'm going

              Syd > Haneda > Seoul (11 days)
              Seoul > Haneda (11 days) > Syd

              So it seems to work.

              • @Schema: Yeah I guess you did book months and months ahead like I did?

                • @Clear: Yeah, I think i booked it sometime during August 2018, and flew July 2019.

                  This time i'm set for November this year so keen on the weather, I wouldn't go back during Summer again.

                  • @Schema: November is when I'm going back as well! I did late September and the humid 25-30 days was torture. I'd hate to experience summer over there.

                    • @Clear: Partner had uni break during that period, and i couldn't wait to go… so i dealt with it! haha.
                      Awesome, hope you enjoy it!

    • The price is lower because Qantas is competing with Virgin's new direct service out of Brisbane to Haneda!

  • Can I come back again??

    • Might not be so bad😉
      Like some who've visited regularly, I'd prefer to stay in Japan🎏

      • I've heard that inside of Japan can be more bad than our expect because they haven't banned all of China. They just blocked only for Hubei area and they do the examination only 0 ~ 5 case per day. The government of Japan is asking to their people to stay at your home even you think have a corona virus….

        • That's the same as most countries in the world. Australia is one of the few countries (6 when I checked 2 days ago) that block people from China, or those who have visited there - due to fear of this virus.

          Best to check the facts - there is a lot of scaremongering!

          Many areas I visit in Japan rarely see Foreigners. Japanese farmer friends I regularly chat with in a rural village aren't concerned. Outsiders quickly attract notice there. And there is a definite dislike of Chinese in that area - which embarrasses me.

          I wouldn't panic. I've booked to fly to Asia in 3 months on cheap tickets. Who knows what conditions will be like then!

          Flew into Japan just after the devastating 2011 tsunami - had a great time. Travelling against the popular trend can have it's benefits!

          Have been through the earlier H1N1 viral outbreak in Japan & South Korea for months. The only problem I saw was people's fears.

          Like with seasonal flu that kills up to 646,000 each year - stay healthy & practice good hygiene. Avoid travelling on public transport during peak times & limit time in crowded places.

          Search "social hand wash" for proper regular hand wash practice.
          Few know how to do this properly & fewer do it regularly.
          Excessive use of alcohol based hand sanitizer is being warned against as it may irritate the skin, making viral transmission easier!
          And don't touch your face!

  • No 🙏 thanks

  • I'm here now. I can confirm I'm not dead.

  • Given that one can be contagious without symptoms for over 2 weeks and that the conronavirus cases have been underreported in Japan and that a Japanese worker was forced to commute to work even when they were sick recently, Tokyo is definitely the ideal place for people who love taking risks and spreading the virus to their family and friends once getting back Australia.

    • live a little

    • and radiation. most product from Fukushima consumed in hotels, convenient store and restaurants where foreign travelers visit a lot. If you into 'nuka corona with wedge of lime', go to Japan.

  • Japan might be a blue whole. they are not testing ppl a lot. 18th of Feb they just tested 9 ppl in whole Japan when same day south Korea tested 9,234. Japan is like modern middle age country. They think that if the faulty covered and no one knows, it can be considered 'not faulty' and that made Fukushima nuclear plant incident as serious disaster. They are hiding radiation problem and also now corona virus problem. FDA director said Japan can be a real blue whole. Tokyo Olympic must be reconsidered. And Diamond princess? hahaha. They just paid WHO and took the cases of the ship from Japan's case number while other countries count evey virus cases in their territory even they are foreigners.

    • They just paid WHO and took the cases of the ship from Japan's case number while other countries count evey virus cases in their territory even they are foreigners.

      That's a wild allegation of bribery!
      Your proof??

      There's none as it's simply a matter of international & national laws about who is in a country & who is not. Application of those laws can be seen in action at airports & ports around the world every day!

      As with all fear - it can generate half baked conspiracy theories like this.

      The facts:
      Being in a country's waters or flying through its airspace doesn't mean you have entered the country. So you are not counted in statistics for the country.

      Unless a person has entered a country officially through border security & customs, they are not counted as being in that country!

      The virus was detected on the ship in Japanese territory but not in Japan - that is the people hadn't passed through Japanese border control. So the virus was detected outside Japan.

      So cases from that boat aren't counted in the official figures for Japan.

      They are listed as a special case of "Others" or by the boat name in lists of countries.

      Foreigners here with the virus have cleared the Australian border, with permits to enter Australia! So they are officially in Australia. They were tested inside Australia & found with the virus. So counted in our figures.

      Without that basic understanding of international travel matters (that anyone who has traveled outside Australia should understand), your allegations are just a conspiracy rant!

    • Like with these comments about fears of the virus - many aren't discussing the Deal.

      So comment was marked "off-topic" by Mods.

      Of course people should be concerned about health & other matters when they travel. Seek advice from reputable sources before choosing to go.

      And realise other countries operate differently to Australia for a range of local reasons. That shouldn't mean people make up stories or fears about another country or it's people - that's getting close to racism!

      That's what you can learn from travel😉

      • I do not disagree with you the INFIDEL but a couple of interesting articles on the Japanese way of managing this crisis, one from the NY Times.

        https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2020/02/coronavirus-infectio...

        https://www.nytimes.com/2020/02/26/opinion/coronavirus-japan...

        • leealpha has been spreading this type of unfounded rumour about Japan before eg 2019: rich guys and celebrities in Tyoko already moved out to other countries because of radiation… They said radioactive measurement seems ok but it is not. in another Japan flight Deal.

          And leealpha claimed the Japanese were paying WHO to keep cases on the boat off their recorded cases! That was absolute BS.

          Fabricating stories like that just adds to the fears.

          Why support an unfounded conspiracy theory like that with an upvote?

          Based on these unfounded claims, decided to block leealpha's very few comments as not worth reading.


          I've read those & other sources. Like all media, best to check other sources as can be based on opinions or uninformed sources. And fear sells papers & online subscriptions!
          Everyone will have an opinion. Only time will tell.

          It's easy to be wise in hindsight. We now understand far more than we knew then about this virus.

          Authorities acted on a humanitarian basis, based on what was known at the time. Similar to all first responders, who often put their own lives in danger.

          I can't imagine any country is prepared for a ship (now with over 700 cases) arriving on their shores.

          I don't think there is a precedent to learn from. Although there have been far more deadly viruses, travel was not so widespread then.

          I spent months in Japan & South Korea during the H1N1 virus. There were great fears. Wasn't a problem for me.

          • @the INFIDEL: that's not rumor mate. True.

            Japan gov paid 10 million dollars to WHO just after WHO separated numbers of Corona virus cases of Diamond Cruise from Japan. Are you really do not know the truth?? more than half of Japan land poisoned by radiation and it is getting worse for thousands years mate. Japanese media is controlled by the gov and Japanese ppl can not see the truth if they are seeing only Japanese media. And the 10 million dollars from the money innocent Japanese people's tax. You might be in Japan and I am not making you scared but all I said is true and if you research (not Japan media or web) a little bit, you can see the truth.