The “9th Macau International Tourism (Industry) Expo (MITE)” has opened at the Cotai Expo Hall (July 9), which is annexed to the large IR (Integrated Resort) Venetian Macao in the Macau-Cotai area. The session lasts for 3 days until the 11th. MITE is the largest international travel expo in Macau, held annually by the Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO). As the global epidemic of the new coronavirus infection prolongs, border measures are being taken in countries and regions around the world, including Macau, and overseas travel demand has cooled significantly, and the tourism and travel industry continues to struggle. However, following last year, it was held without a break after devising measures such as online broadcasting and incorporating local elements of Macau. However, it was successfully contained in Macau and mainland China at a relatively early stage, and restrictions on traffic between the two areas were eased through the fourth quarter of last year. If certain conditions such as the acquisition of a negative certificate for the new corona PCR test are already met, it is possible to come and go with the quarantine exemption. The MITE booth exhibition this time was mainly related to local Macau and mainland China. In addition to the attractiveness of Macau as a tourist city, the Macau government is inbound from mainland China by appealing that it is possible to come and go with exemption from isolated construction machines and that it is a healthy city that can be enjoyed safely and with peace of mind. I want to attract passengers. In addition, the scale was expanded by introducing “Cloud Exhibition”, which provides online matching opportunities for overseas exhibitors and buyers who have difficulty exhibiting at booths in Macau, following the previous year. Regarding Japanese people, in 2019 before Corona, the Japan Tourism Board (JNTO) and the Consulate General of Japan in Hong Kong exhibited a large Japan Pavilion with an event stage, and multiple local governments and tourist operators set up booths. In addition, Japan was conspicuous in the venue, as the inbound travel package was handled extensively at the local travel agency booth, but the exhibition of the Japan Pavilion was postponed this year as well as last year. Japanese booths will be exhibited only at JTB Macau as in the previous year, but the size of the booth has expanded from the previous year. In the booth, tourist information is disseminated mainly to attract inbound passengers, mainly by distributing pamphlets in each prefecture of Kyushu. There is a strong impression that JTB Macau mainly provides services for Japanese passengers visiting Macau, but in recent years, with the boom in inbound travel to Japan in Macau, we are also focusing on sending customers from Hong Kong and Macau to Japan together with JTB Hong Kong. It is said that it is. In addition, it was confirmed that pamphlets related to Tottori Prefecture are being distributed at the booth of Hong Kong-based major travel agency Hong Thai (Hong Thai Travel Services). In the previous year, Hong Kong offices of several local governments in Japan exhibited at the cloud exhibition, but this year it will be zero. South Korea and Taiwan, which compete with Japan as travel destinations from Macau, have not made any noticeable appeal this year, and it can be said that the situation where it is difficult to attract inbound tourists is the same as in Japan.