Take a virtual tour of Japan’s most popular tourist sites, and get paid for it


Take a virtual tour of Japan’s most popular tourist sites, and get paid for it

Travel is a passion for many, but chancing upon a dream travel job is a hard nut to crack. But here is an opportunity! Read on how to get paid to travel, and that too during this time of crises.

When most of the countries around the world have sealed their borders and imposed restrictions to contain the spread of COVID-19, travelling or making a trip could feature last on your priority list. But then, how about a virtual trip, for which you get paid too?

In a first, JRPass (Japan Rail Pass) is looking for the World’s first virtual travel teaser that would require one to review one of Japan’s many virtual destinations. For this, the transportation website has curated a list of top 20 virtual tours in the country. As this is a job that allows you to work from the comfort of your home, the pay will not be equivalent to a full-time job. However, the website will pay you around $250 for your review.

The destinations that have been listed on the transportation website include some iconic tourist hotspots in Japan, such as Torii gates at Fushimi Inari Taisha, Himeji Castle, Mount Fuji, the Arashiyama Bamboo Grove, and many more.

Take a virtual tour of Japan’s most popular tourist sites, and get paid for it

Those interested can apply by completing two tasks. First, you need to post a throwback photo of yourself on vacation, along with a review of one of the destinations from the curated list. Then post it on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter. Don’t forget to tag JRPass (@JRPass) and use hashtag #JapanVirtualTravel on your post. Also, follow them on social media. The photo doesn’t have to be in Japan, but it definitely helps.Applications are open till July 20, and the name of the winner will be announced likely by July 22. The winner will be based on the best review posted at the end of the application period.

Note: You can post only one review. Also, all the said destinations can be accessed via Google Street View.

The winner will be contacted by the JRPass on social media.

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