COVID-19 Pushes Japanese Tour Bus Company To Create Giant Maze With Empty Buses09/24/2020
With its business curbed by the Coronavirus pandemic, Tokyo’s leading tour operator Hato Bus Company looked to make the most of a bad situation. With its normal operations on hold for months, Hato used the empty buses at its head depot to create a giant maze.
60 buses in total were parked together to create a winding formation that people could try to make their way through. Limited to six groups of 30 during the 19-22 September long weekend in Japan, the maze experience was made exclusive to customers of a special bus tour from Tokyo Station to the Small Worlds Tokyo theme park in Ariake, with tickets priced at ¥4,980 yen (approximately $47 USD) per ticket including admission. Generating a massive amount of attention, tickets for the experience sold out almost immediately.
According to Hato Bus Company’s PR department, the inventive idea was part of a clever plan dispel the common misconception that buses aren’t as well ventilated as trains.
Check out Hato Bus Company’s maze below.
In case you missed it, Japan will be open to travelers from all countries starting October.
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