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Japanese farmstay in Autumn

Sydney September 26, 2017 - Partners Information: This autumn, head to Aomori Prefecture in the Tohoku region to see some spectacular autumn colours. Oirase Gorge, Lake Towada and Miroku Falls are of the more famous spots for autumn colours in Aomori. Did you know, Aomori…...

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Serenity Now! Five places to escape the crowds in Japan

Sydney May 18, 2017 - While Japan’s fast-paced cities are a veritable playground for travellers keen on bar-hopping, fine dining and vintage shopping, the quieter corners of Japan offer a peaceful getaway from Japan’s well-trodden urban centres and tourist hot spots. Here are some top…...

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Short Trips from Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka

Sydney March 28, 2017 - JNTO Head Office has launched a new website highlighting short trips from Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka. The site provides model routes for one- and two-day trips. Foreigners living in Japan have selected their favourite places to visit and written up their…...

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Hirosaki Cherry Blossom Festival 2017

Sydney February 27, 2017 - 2017 marks the 100th year of Hirosaki’s famous Cherry Blossom Festival. The area around Hirosaki Castle is well known as one of the best cherry blossom flower sites in Japan. Visitors to the site in late April can marvel at over…...

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Top 5 Places To Visit In Tohoku

Sydney January 31, 2017 - Written by Jayne Gorman @jayneytravels Tohoku is a region of stunning natural beauty found just to the north of Tokyo. Made up of 6 prefectures (Akita, Aomori, Fukushima, Iwate, Miyagi and Yamagata), Tohoku is bursting with hot springs, snowy mountains,…...

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Japan – Setouchi region

Sydney January 25, 2017 - Written by Vinh Pham @fluffpiece Having visited Japan for the first time in May 2016 spending my days there exploring Tokyo without any plans, I was incredibly blessed to be invited by JNTO (Japan National Tourism Organisation) to come back and…...

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Why Northern Japan is a fabulous place to Travel

Sydney September 14, 2016 - “It’s so green”, murmurs the gentleman seated next to me, as our plane descends into the regional airport of Akita in Northern Japan. It is just over an hour since our take off from Haneda Airport, views over the Tokyo…...

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Seeking Samurai in Kakunodate

Sydney July 22, 2016 - Kakunodate Samurai Town I have always been fascinated with the Japanese warriors called Samurai since I saw the 2003 movie The Last Samurai starring Tom Cruise. In short the movie’s is about an American military officer, Algren (Tom Cruise), hired…...

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10 Ways To Have A Rustic Japan Trip

Sydney July 11, 2016 - Some travellers prefer the path less travelled – whether that means experiencing deep and authentic culture, going out of the way to see one-of-a-kind natural sights or uncovering the regional spots yet to be discovered by others. If this sounds…...

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Tohoku See Dine Shop Top 100 Digital Brochure

Sydney June 16, 2016 - This digital brochure introduces the top 100 spots for sightseeing, dining and shopping in the six prefectures of the Tohoku region. www.tohoku-100selection.jp/en/...

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Tohoku Expressway Pass

Sydney February 18, 2016 - The Tohoku Expressway Pass is a special service that allows unlimited use of Tohoku expressways through the ETC system at a flat rate. Service period: From November 1, 2015 until September 30, 2016 Eligibility: The pass is available only for visitors to…...

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Launch of JR East Pass (Tohoku and Nagano/Niigata)

Sydney February 18, 2016 - The JR East pass is being relaunched. Sales of the current “JR EAST PASS” will end on March 31, 2016 for passes purchased overseas and June 30, 2016 for passes purchased in Japan. Purchase and usage conditions: Customers are foreign nationals…...

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