July 06, 2018

Visit Japan at the Travel Madness Expo until July 8!

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  • From the colorful festivals of Nagasaki, the vast seas of Hokkaido, down to the cultural heritage sites of Gifu, a lot of tourists can say that Japan is evidently beautiful not only because of its picturesque view, but because of the culture it so willingly highlights in an effortless manner.

    Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO), in its mission to introduce the wonders of Japan to foreigners around the globe, opened ‘Visit Japan PH‘ pavilion in the Travel Madness Expo 2018 at the SMX Convention Center, Pasay City.

    The Visit Japan pavilion is joined by different representatives of Japan’s prefectures and tourist attractions. See these exhibits at the Travel Madness Expo 2018 from July 5 to 8, 2018:

    Sanrio Puroland (Tokyo)

    Aside from the infamous Tokyo Disneyland, another crowd favorite would have to be the Sanrio Puroland (Tokyo). This indoor theme park which opened in 1990 highlights theme rides, restaurants, and musicals spearheaded by the Sanrio company. The theme park uses classic and popular Japanese characters such as Hello Kitty and My Melody.

    Don Quijote Co.,LTD.

    The exquisite sites and culture of Japan are things you cannot take on your way back, this is why Don Quijote, the biggest discount chain store in all of Japan offers variety of products from electronic gadgets, clothing, snacks, and groceries that you can buy as souvenirs to have a piece of Japan.

    Two of Don Quijote’s oldest chain store can be found in Suginami, and Fuchu, Tokyo; these stores have already been around since 1980, and 1989 respectively.

    JR-WEST

    The streets and islands of Japan are probably the most peaceful places to land your feet on and walk– however, doing this can be tiring most especially if you have to travel from one island to another. JR-WEST, a Japanese railway company operates train stations in western Honshu. Learn more about their rail pass offers when you visit the booth!

    Kobe booth

    If you are a big fan of marbled beef and sake, Kobe, the sixth largest city in Japan, is the place you should consider putting in your Japan travel list.

    Located on the southern side of Honshū, Kobe is popularly known for its Kobe beef. In Japan, chefs would typically cook the namesake beef in front of the customers using a teppanyaki iron grill. As this culture grew in and out of Japan, Japanese producers began raising cattle to easily meet the needs of their overflowing customers.

    Hokkaido Tourism Organization

    Located on the northern part of Japan, Hokkaido is blessed with the beauty seas surrounding the whole area–here, tourists can enjoy the serenity of nature whatever the season may be; the island of Hokkaido represents the four seasons of Japan the best way possible. Visit their booth at the Japan pavilion to know more about what Hokkaido has to offer!

    Wakayama Prefecture booth

    The Wakayama Prefecture prides itself for the architectural designs it presents to the tourists; the famous Wakayama Castle, Wakayama Marina City, and Misaki Park, are some of the places the tourists normally go to.

    People can also see the glimpse of Europe as they land their feet on the streets of Porto Europe, a full-scale replica of  Europe’s famous architectural designs. Discover more about Wakayama Prefecture in Japan through the brochures they offer!

    Gifu Prefecture booth

    Known for its colorful festivals, Gifu will give you the true Japanese experience as it highlights the neighboring hot spring villages in Takayama City, Nagara River Ukai fishing industry, and Kobei-gama (ceramic) workshops.

    Both the northern and southern part of Gifu shows how the Japanese people value culture by preserving their old traditions like the Ji-Kabuki (performance by the locals). Want to visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Shirakawa-go? Drop by the Gifu booth to know about this attraction.

    Also read: Welcome to the Dragon-Rise Region: A Guide to Central Japan 

    The ‘Visit Japan PH’ booth will be in the Travel Madness Expo from July 6 to 8, 2018. Brochures, flight promos, and special items are being given away to people who are interested in travelling back and forth the country.

    Also read: Travel Madness Expo 2018 at SMX Convention Center 

    General admission costs Php 70, and Php 50 to senior citizens, PWDs, and students with valid IDs.

    Did the wonders of Japan excite you? Visit Travel Madness Expo now and book the cheapest flights to the ‘Land of The Rising Sun’. Be sure to check out Philippine Primer’s travel guide on this link.

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