Some travel agencies have canceled tours to France in the aftermath of last Friday's terror attacks in Paris in which 127 people were killed.
More than 1,800 Japanese tourists and students were in France on Friday but none were injured in the attacks, according to travel agents and the Japanese Foreign Ministry.
Major travel agent JTB Corp canceled tours which were due to to depart on Saturday and Sunday, Fuji TV reported. The company said it will make a decision later Monday on when to resume tours.
Nippon Travel Agency Co said it had canceled all package tours to Europe until Wednesday, that include any part of France as a destination. They have confirmed the safety of all their customers currently in France and have offered to bring them back to Japan early if they desire.
Meanwhile, HIS Co is not planning to cancel any tours to France, but customers who opted out of tours that departed Saturday, Sunday and Monday, will not be charged a cancellation fee.© Japan Today