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JNTO is involved in a broad range of activities promoting travel to Japan through various activities overseas as well as tourism-promoting activities in Japan.

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    Visitor Information Before leaving Tokyo or the Narita or Kansai airports, pick up a copy of the leaflet "Hiroshima and Miyajima," at the Tourist Information Center. (You can also download it from the Japan National Tourist Organization's website at www.jnto.go.jp by looking under "Browse by Dest... Read article

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    ampontan.wordpress.com Sweetfish, fireworks, and summertime fun « AMPONTAN

    3 Responses to “Sweetfish, fireworks, and summertime fun” Categories MUNICIPALITIES everywhere hold special events outdoors when the weather gets nice, and often those events include large fireworks displays. As you might imagine, summer galas with fireworks are common in Japan. My wife’s family ... Read article

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    matsueguide.com Matsue – What to Buy « Matsue Guide…In English

    With a long history and flourishing culture, the castle town of Matsue is blessed with a wide range of traditional arts and folk crafts, all of which have been passed down through the centuries and refined into exquisite works of art. Many shops and craftsmen still keep these traditions alive, an... Read article

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    jetaany.org JQ Magazine: Book Review – ‘Professor Risley and the Imperial Japanese Troupe: How an American Acrobat Introduced Circus to Japan—and Japan to the ...

    “Chock-full of illuminating illustrations and gorgeous printed ephemera that would make any contemporary typographer swoon, Professor Risley and the Imperial Japanese Troupe is a jet-set adventure in pop culture scholarship sure to appeal to anyone interested in Japan’s history on the world stage... Read article

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    tokyofoodcast.com » Tokyofoodcast’s San’in Trip: Day One

    The day I returned from visiting Chiyomusubi in Sakaiminato in January, we opened a bottle of Tamagawa Tetsukezu Genshu from Kinoshita Shuzo. This was bottled directly from the giant accordion of a pressing machine, or Yabuta. It was so bubbly and lively. I happened to also bring back some Matsub... Read article

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    jnto.org.sg NEWS - JNTO Singapore Office

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    haneda-airport.jp BOOKS & DRUGS SOUTH | Haneda Airport International Terminal

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    ...an LJ Community dedicated to Ayumi Hamasaki VOTE Ayu's Team Message 402 Another message from Ayu which she posted yesterday (Japan time). It's really long, but really meaningful. I love when she has these deep moments, and I really agree with what she says here. Nothing like a message from Ayu... Read article

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    gaijin.typepad.com Gaijinphoto Magazine: Image of the Week

    Pipes surround a staircase at Ogouchi Dam near Okutama Ko (lake) Not wanting to head into the big city (too lazy) I instead took the more difficult route of driving west towards Okutama, hoping to find something to photograph. I am not a landscape guy per se, but I was itching to shoot something.... Read article

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    japannavigator.com Japan Navigator: Event Calendar for July

    Wishes are written on colorful strips of paper and attached to bamboo poles. The biggest one near Tokyo is held in Hiratsuka (around the station). A good place to visit in Kyoto is the Kitano Tenmangu Shrine (special Tanabata dance at 13:30). July 6-8, Tokyo: Morning-Glory Market in Iriya, Tokyo ... Read article

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    pgannon.com PaperCuts · A Cunning Inspiration

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