Every year Japan is making headlines on news platforms because of Earthquake incidents. An average count of 2,000 earthquakes happen each year. Just last Monday(June 18, 2018) a 6.1 magnitude earthquake shook Osaka and it did not took long enough to affect the tourism industry. According to Japan Times article, one hotel operator in Kyoto lost 4.4 million yen following cancellations of bookings for about 300 rooms out of 400 rooms. However, he said the firm has seen some new customers seeking accommodation after being stranded between their homes and their travel destinations.
Although this kind of disaster is not stopping tourists from visiting different parts of Japan, Japan Tourism Agency developed an app that provides mobile disaster alert notifications for Japan tourists.