New Uniforms for Tokyo Tourism Volunteers

Uniforms worn by the Tokyo Tourism Volunteers just got a makeover! These new uniforms are the perfect blend of old meets new, much like the city of Tokyo itself. The uniforms feature a traditional Japanese “Ichimatsu” pattern alongside a modern QR code that links to the GO TOKYO tourist information site. The Tokyo Tourism Volunteers serve as guides throughout the city, at the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building and other popular sightseeing locations.

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