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July 22, 2016

DeepJapan Team Update


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Have you read the articles up on DeepJapan lately? Some of the recent advice posted includes travel tips for
Other examples of fun and informative travel reports are about going Jukai trekking at Mt. FUJI  and taking a Japanese Volcanic Sand Bath in Kagoshima. Thanks to your support, there is great travel advice on our site. This is a great resource for people who want to learn more about Japan and plan their trip.

Please keep sharing your Japan experience. Your opinion and insights are valuable.

Cycling the scenic Seto Inland Sea by Phil 

"If you're looking for a holiday in Japan which involves stunning scenery, great food and some moderate exercise then the Setouchi Shimanami Kaido Cycling route is for you. The cycling route runs for about 70 kilometres across 6 islands and bridges of the Seto Inland Sea, linking Imabari City in Ehime Prefecture with Onomichi City in Hiroshima Prefecture." READ MORE

DeepJapan Ambassador Senpai Projects

The DJ Team continues to receive requests from companies and organisations that want to attract overseas tourists. For example, a place might want to use your tips and ideas for an overnight trip based on your experience traveling in Japan. Or an assignment could be reporting about the best places to visit near where you live.

Your knowledge and perspectives as a DeepJapan Senpai are very valuable and very much appreciated. We will introduce more temporary projects for Ambassador Senpai who are interested in taking part in paid projects.

We are also continuing to collect travel advice on DeepJapan. Please continue to share your Japan experience and enjoy the Japanese summer with its festivals, fireworks, and seasonal foods.

Showing Japan’s Regions 

This year, the DJ Team was approached by a Japanese TV station to collaborate on a travel program. DJ Senpai Phil Ingram, Lee Reeve, Sarajean Rossitto, and David Carlson introduced some prefectures and their attractions, including Aomori, Yamagata, Niigata, Nagano, Oita, and Kagoshima. This was an opportunity to show people how much more there is to explore in this fascinating country outside of the big cities.
Visit Niigata Japan: Rice Paddies, Toki Birds and Noh Experience by sarajean
"Whether you are interested in nature, or the arts, Niigata offers a wide variety of things to see and do. With the Japan sea to the west and mountains to the east, north and south, the beauty of Niigata presents experiences quite different other parts of Japan. If interested in the tastes of Japan, one must take time to savor Koshihikari rice from Niigata." READ MORE
Have a fantastic weekend,
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