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The official Google+ page for American Fans of the Japan National Tourism Organization.
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If you are looking for a truly unique Japan experience, you'll want to hear this podcast!

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A great breakdown of the subtly sweet treats to enjoy when you visit Kyoto!

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Every region of Japan offers unique local dishes. In Kagoshima, southern Kyushu, you can try some of the most wonderful delicacies!

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Do you know which city is Anthony Bourdain's favorite for solo travel?

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TATEYAMA KUROBE ALPINE ROUTE: FULL LINE OPEN 4/15!
The Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route is a world famous mountain sightseeing route in the Northern Japan Alps that reaches elevations of over 9,000 feet. The total length of the route is nearly 60 miles. The route is closed during winter for heavy snow, but finally opened this year on April 15!

With the JR "Alpine-Takayama-Matsumoto Area Tourist Pass," you can easily enjoy the magnificent nature of Tateyama Kurobe while using trains, buses and cable cars. With this pass, you can take a convenient round trip centered on the Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route from Nagoya to the charming area of places like Takayama, Gero, Shinano Omachi, Matsumoto, and Kisoji (Narai, Nagiso etc).

Click the link below for more information => http://touristpass.jp/en/alpine/

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"It’s the birthplace of tonkotsu ramen and the home of one of Japan’s craziest festivals."

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Go from glitzy urban centers to pristine rural settings in minutes on the Shinkansen!

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"What Tottori does have, in abundance, is sand: Undulating golden dunes stretch for about 10 miles along the coast here, so majestic they have been turned into a national park."

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"This set of scared rocks in the middle of the ocean represent a husband and wife (Meoto Iwa signifies "the Wedded Rocks"). The rope connecting them, called a shimenawa, is ceremoniously changed three times a year. On a lucky day it's possible to catch the sun rising between the rocks and the subtle silhouette of Mount Fuji in the distance."

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The unforgettable island paradise of Ishigaki-jima...
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