Travel and study abroad agencies in Japan are staying vigilant in the wake of Sunday's attacks on pedestrians and revelers in central London, England's third deadly terrorist incident in three months.

Though no Japanese were reportedly injured in the attack, Kyoko Ishizawa, a spokeswoman for Ryugaku Journal Inc., which advises students on studying abroad, said it will explain the situation to those who plan to go to the British capital and in some cases recommend they choose provincial cities or other countries less likely to be targeted by terrorists.

"We are closely monitoring the warnings for terrorism issued by embassies and the Foreign Ministry and share the information with our customers for the sake of their security," she said Monday. "We will also closely communicate with local schools and try to figure out the situation when an incident like this happens."