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About Tsukumi City Tourism Association

The Tsukumi City Tourism Association is located at the north exit of Tsukumi Station on the JR Nippou Line.
We provide tourist information about the city and its surroundings, and information on restaurants.Please come to Tsukumi, a rich town surrounded by the ria coast.
 
■ Name Tsukumi City Tourism Association
■ Location 879-2441 Chuomachi, Tsukumi City, Oita Prefecture 1-30 
       Tsukumi Station North Exit
■ Hours Weekdays 8: 30-17pm/ Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays 10am~14pm
■ Phone number 0972-82-9521
■ FAX number 0972-82-7106
■ Name
Tsukumi City Tourism Association
■ Location
879-2441 Chuomachi, Tsukumi City, Oita Prefecture 1-30 Tsukumi Station North Exit
■ Phone Number0972-82-9521
■FAX number0972-82-7106

Directions

1-30 Chuomachi, Tsukumi City, Oita Prefecture

Organization overview

1.Purpose
The purpose of this association is to promote tourism exchanges in close cooperation with Tsukumi City and its surrounding areas, thereby contributing to the development of the city's economy and the improvement of culture and livelihoods.
 
2.Organizational overview (as of Reiwa,6/27th)  
(1) Name
 Tsukumi City Tourism Association (voluntary organization)  
(2) Officers
 Chairman Yukio Kawano (Mayor of Tsukumi)       
 Vice Chairman Koichi Sato (Vice Chairman, Tsukumi Chamber of Commerce and Industry)
 Vice Chairman Koji Higuchi (Tsukumi City Restaurant Association Chairman) and 20 other directors  
 (3) Member
 111 group members (city commercial contractors, etc.)
 (4) Staff
 Secretariat: 1 secretary general (dispatched from a private company),  
     1 deputy secretary general, 1 staff member(Both seconded from the city hall),
     3 part-time staff
 Tsukumi City Tourism Exchange Center Tsukumi Marche: 1 store manager, 3 part-time staff  
 (5) Location
 1-30 Chuomachi, Tsukumi City, Oita Prefecture 
 (6) Date of establishment
 Showa 58/7/18
 
3.Business summary
・ Thing about conservation and development of tourism resources
・ Thing about development and marketing of tourism related products
・ Promotion of tourism-related products
・ Thing about tourist information
・ Thing about holding of sightseeing-related event and support
・ Thing about management and operation of tourism-related facilities
・ Thing about dissemination and enlightenment for tourism promotion
・ Business related to tourism business consignment and designated management entrusted by Tsukumi City
・ Other things necessary to achieve the purpose of the Society
 
4.Budget / settlement status
・ Heisei 30 financial results: 90,000,000 yen (including 48,000,000 yen for Tsukumi City Tourism Exchange Center)
・ Reiwa first year budget: 93,000,000 yen (including Tsukumi City Tourism Exchange Center budget of 50,000,000yen)
* Subsidy ratio by Tsukumi City 52% (first year of Reiwa)
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Business of Tsukumi City Tourism Association

Creating charm of Tsukumi

  • Development of experience programs that make use of Tsukumi's unique charm (promotion of industrial tourism, promotion of cycling tourism, promotion of Hotojima tourism, etc.)
  • Sales of special products, new development (Tsukumi Marche * designated management)
  • Marketing research (food and tourism satisfaction survey, visitor survey, etc.)

Dissemination of the charm of Tsukumi

  • Events held (GW Dolphin Island Festival, Tsukumi Hyugadon Campaign, Tsukumi Moika Festa, Tsukumi Lunch Campaign, Tsukumi Light Tiger Market, Bungo Channel kawazu Cherry Tree Festival, etc.)
  • Film commission, mass media coverage acceptance
  • Sales activities (domestic / overseas travel agencies, etc.)
  • Production and utilization of Motoichi PR materials (websites, promotional videos, image libraries, picture postcards, wrapping paper, etc.)

Preservation and inheritance of traditional performing arts

  • Tsukumi fun dance (Tournament management, dispatch of fan dance girls, etc.)

Creating a system

  • Strengthening relationships with citizens (issue of Tsukumi Tourism NEWS, etc.)
  • Disseminating information to members (official LINE, etc.)
  • Finding and training human resources (holding study sessions, etc.)
  • Collaboration with local organizations and government agencies
  • Wide area cooperation
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