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Two huge international travel marts were held at Tokyo Bigsight in Tokyo. One was “Visit Japan Travel Mart 2014″(Sep.24-26)(http://www.vjtm.jp/) and the other was “JATA Toursim EXPO Japan2014″(Sep.25-28)(http://t-expo.jp/en/index.html).
More than 310 foriegn buyers and about 390 Japanese sellers joined VJTM2014 and had passionate exchanges of information and ideas and hosted busines seccions. Buyers from Asian countries were especially a lot and about the half of the Japanese sellers were municipalities or relating associations of such local governments.
On the other hand, a lot of domestic and foreign sellers and buysers joined JATA Tourism EXPO Japan 2014. Such participants were embassies, tourism bureaus, travel agents, food companies, municipalities, railroads, airlines, hotels. universities, guide associations and so forth. The main targets were end users of travel services and a lot of lay Japanese people visited there and the total number was 157,589. Upon the opening of the event, an ward ceremony of good services and efforts of related promotions was hosted and the Best Tourism Award was given to The Tourism Authority of Thailand and Embassy awards were for Thailand and Mexico, the best transporatation award was for Japan Railways East, the domestic inbound award was for the tourism department of Tokyo Metropolis, the publicity award was for a TV show of CXTV, and the chairperson special award was for Okinawa Convention Bureau. (http://t-expo.jp/en/program/cms.html) I personally visited the two big events and collected a lot of interesting information and exchanged ideas with the participants, some of whom were my friends or those I sometimes work with. I enjoyed the delicious food provided by tourism- related restaurants and local specialities and impressed by the greatly enthusiastic atmosphere of energies of the expos as well.
Willer Travel started a totally new type bus drive attraction called Star Fighter.The interir design of the bus is something like a replica of a cockpit of a rocket. http://travel.willer.co.jp/starfighter/
You can enjoy playing special video games on your seat in the bus during the drive, which is a part of the plot of the attraction. The bus service will be available in August, between Osaka, Kyoto and Hiroshima, and Shinjuku and Space Center in Tsukuba , Ibaraki where you can experience a mock asrtronaut training program or Science Future Museum in Odaiba Tokyo. The travel has a concept of futuristic experiences in a scfi-fi atmosphere.
Reconstruction Agency(/Fukkoucho, 復興庁) came into being to boost the rebuilding activities from the aftermath of 3.11 disaster on this Feb.10th. http://www.reconstruction.go.jp/ The agency’s duration is planned to be 10 years and will be over at the end of March 2021. The post of the first Reconstruction Minister was assumed by Tatsuo Hirano, an ex- Minister of State for Disaster Management.
The agency is directly controlled by Prime Minister and the Minister of Reconstruction is in charge of managing the total operations to assist the Prime Minister. The agency ‘s “Main Office” is in Tokyo, a “Reconstruction Bureau” and a “Branch Office” is set in Iwate, Miyagi, and Fukushima respectively,and an “Office” is set in Hachinohe City Aomori and Mito City Ibaraki respectively. The above prefectures and cities are all damaged areas of the 3.11. The agency is in charge of planning reconstruction strategies, approving the budgets for rebuildings, disgnating Reconstruction Special Zones, and so forth. Read the rest of this entry »
Figures and other items related to the popular Japanese TV hero series Ultraman and Ultraseven are on display at a modern art museum in Mito, Ibaraki Prefecture.
The Nov. 3-Jan. 15 exhibition entitled “Ultraman Art! Times and creation — Ultraman & Ultraseven,” at the Museum of Modern Art, Ibaraki(茨城県近代美術館), features clothes, full-body suits and miniature models of architectural structures used in shooting the TV series that began airing in the 1960s. Read the rest of this entry »
Burberry Blue Label Tsukuba Seibu
At Seibu Tsukuba store, 1-7-1, Azuma, Tsukuba-shi, Ibaraki
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