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Fly for Free with JTB Hokkaido Shiretoko Campaign   Grand Prize: Round-trip ticket to Japan! x 1 Second Prize: One $100 Travel Coupon for your next Booking with JTBUSA. x2 (2 Winners!) ■ How to join for a chance to see Japan: 1: Like and follow both this post and JTBUSA on Facebook for eligibility. 2: Take a look at our Hokkaido Shiretoko Page: http://www.jtbusa.com/hokkaido/ 3: Leave a comment and tell us what you’d do in...

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What is the “JTB Wheelchair Tennis Global Challenge”? Invitational wheelchair tennis event in between the selected players in North America and the ones in Japan. We invite Japanese top junior players as “Team Japan” to LA, and to put it into an international goodwill matches and social events with American and Canadian junior top players. Event Schedules Friendly Matches: 1. January 6th 11:30am – 4pm 2. January 7th...

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Beautiful Moments Always: Japanese Style Wedding & Photo Plan Give your vows to your beloved in the cool of a verdant Japanese garden or the serenity of a traditional shrine— celebrate love and life in the land where the sun rises. Live a uniquely cultural, romantic, and customizable experience. Package Highlights: Brides choose from 50 gorgeous costumes (traditional or modern); makeup and hair done by professional artist *Grooms...

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  JNTO, Japan National Tourist Organization just announced New Campaign called “Discover Japan Recipe Campaign”    You can vote on your favorite recipe created by Chef Dale Talde for a chance to win a trip for two to Japan and more! Recipes were created using Wagyu beef, Katsuobushi(Bonito Flake), and Matcha(Japanese Green Tea Powder). Just watch the recipe videos and vote for your favorite! Please visit our...

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General Information about Higashi Chaya Machi Higashi Chaya Machi initially flourished as the suburb of the Kanazawa Castle. Its residents were totally immersed in the art of “No’u,” a traditional Japanese folk singing and dancing performance, so much that “No’u” singing would fall from the skies when one walked the streets of Higashi Machi. Eventually, during the Edo Period this rich musical...

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