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Escorted Tour from Honolulu – Tohoku Sakura Tour
Aloha! Tour Escort William here to report on our tour to the Tohoku region of Japan to enjoy the blooming
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Aomori Showa Daibutsu
Although the Daibutsu (lit: Giant Buddha) of Nara is considered the most famous, the distinction of the tallest seated Daibutsu goes
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Escorted Tour from Hawaii Kyoto Tokyo Spring Break Tour
Day 1&2:  A total of 21 people met at Honolulu Airport around 10:30 am.  The airport was unbelievably busy with
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Escorted Spring Kyushu, Suo-Oshima and Yamaguchi Tour
Day 1 Fly to Narita, then to Fukuoka with ANA. flight was very comfortable although it was full flight, food
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Hotoke-ga-Ura
Situated at Sai on the southern tip of Shimokita’s axe-shaped peninsula is an elegant rock formation known locally as Hotoke-ga-Ura.
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The Bouncing Bunny Island of Okunoshima
Okunoshima is an island once used as a fishing village, hidden in plain sight and selected for its defensive location
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The Big Beautiful Bay of Matsushima
Tohoku is a stunningly beautiful place, yet even by this notion, Matsushima Bay stands out as an especially beautiful location.
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FLY FOR FREE WITH JTB: Spring Sakura Sweepstakes Event!
FLY FOR FREE WITH JTB! Join our Spring Sakura Sweepstakes Event! Spring season is peak season in Japan and JTBUSA is
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Cherry Blossom Season in Japan
Spring time is the most popular time to visit in Japan! Among the most popular reasons to visit Japan in
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“Okhotsk Sea’s Drift Ice,” A true Winter Masterpiece
  Around this time of the year, the scenic drift ice can be observed up north, in the Okhotsk Sea
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JAPANESE PROVERB, “Jigoku de hotoke ni atta yo u” “Jigoku no sata mo kane shidai” ETC..
Here is some of popular proverbs people in Japan still use in daily conversations. If you know these proverbs, not
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Ryokan vs. Hotels Which is Right for You?
If you’re interested in going to Japan, or you’ve been numerous times, chances are that you’re familiar with what a
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3 Kinds of Gardens You’ll See in Japan
Like temples and shrines, the ubiquity of gardens is something you’ll notice when you visit Japan. Gardening culture stretches far
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8 Things to Remember When You Get Lost in Japan
It happens to us all; you’re sure you saw that landmark before, then you look around and everything begins looking
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Exploring Tomonoura, the Hidden Gem of Hiroshima
Tomonoura is a cozy port town you’ll find in the bay of the Seto Inland Sea within the Hiroshima prefecture.
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JAPANESE PROVERB, “Itsumo yanagi no shita ni dojo wa inai” “Iwa o mo tosu kuwa-no-yumi.” ETC..
Here is some of popular proverbs people in Japan still use in daily conversations. If you know these proverbs, not
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Top Three Things to Try in Japan
Quaint and vivacious, slender and attractive; Japan has something for everyone to do, but you may ask yourself “What can
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Five Fun Flashy Places in Tokyo
Tokyo is the most well-known city in Japan for many more reasons than just being the capital. While it doesn’t
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Japanese Shaved Ice “Kakigori” is Surprisingly an All Year Round Dessert
You may think that Kakigori (Shaved Ice) is a summertime dessert, but it has actually become a popular treat all
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ESCORTED TOUR FROM HONOLULU HOKKAIDO SNOW FESTIVAL 2016
Our tour to Hokkaido this year not only took us to the world famous Sapporo Yuki Matsuri, we were also
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Japanese Proverb, “Hinsureba donsuru” “Hisashi o kashite omoya o torareru.”etc..
Here is some of popular proverbs people in Japan still use in daily conversations. If you know these proverbs, not
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“Kawaii” The Japanese Cute Culture Part two “Characters”
Like the words samurai, ninja, sushi, and emoji, “kawaii” is one of the Japanese phrases world widely known today. Doesn’t
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Japanese Proverb, “Hinsureba donsuru” “Hisashi o kashite omoya o torareru” “Hito no furi mite waga furi naose”
Here is some of popular proverbs people in Japan still use in daily conversations. If you know these proverbs, not
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Kakunodate, “The Little Kyoto of Tohoku”
Kakunodate a city situated in the belly of Akita prefecture, offers beautiful traditional Japanese landscape. Kakunodate The beauty of untouched
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