The appropriateness project (visiting instructors, etc.) based on the Expressway and Charter Bus Safety and Reliability Recovery Plan announced in April, 2013, took place at Sakura Kotsu on May 29, 2013, with the Expressway Tour Bus Liaison Council playing a central role. This project also served as practical training for the various organizations. In addition to the main instructors, nine people from the Expressway Tour Bus Liaison Council, four people from bus operators (Keio/Keisei) belonging to the Nihon Bus Association, and six people from the National Agency for Automotive Safety & Victims' Aid (NASVA) headquarters and Tokyo office visited Sakura Kotsu to deliver practical training. This visiting appropriateness training had been conducted at 68 businesses by December 2013.