Japan is constantly experimenting with the promotion of tourism and in view of the Tokyo Olympics to be held in July this year. Recently, a group of Japanese automobile companies has started trials of high-tech scooter ‘Rodem’ in the capital Tokyo. This scooter will give tourists free tours in different areas of Tokyo.
This single ride scooter is equipped with a tablet device that will also provide the driver with information about restaurants, shops and other special places in the vicinity while on the move. At present, three scooters are being used for testing. These are available to the public two days a week from 10 am to 5 pm.
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Rodem can run at a speed of 6 kmph. Under the company’s ‘History Experience Tour’, you can also get information about monuments with Augmented Reality technology on the tablet. Now after the second wave of Corona, the Olympics will be organized from 23 July to 8 August. For this, Japan had already completed its saree preparation. Japan has to spend more than 11.42 bad rupees (USD 15.4 billion) on this event. In this budget, an additional expenditure of Rs 2.07 trillion has increased in the last one year only due to the delay in not getting the event organized in 2020.
Source: Patrika : India's Leading Hindi News Portal by www.patrika.com.
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