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Undiscovered Tokushima, The Real Tokushima – Full –

Tokushima City is located in the eastern part of Tokushima Prefecture on the island of Shikoku. There are a total of 138 rivers flowing through this “water city,” including the Yoshinogawa, the largest river in Shikoku. Tokushima is home to one of the most famous summer festivals in Japan, the Awa Odori Dance Festival, which has a history of over 400 years. Tokushima is also home to Awa Puppet Theater, Tokushima’s traditional performing art that has been designated as a national treasure, Indigo dyeing, which is famously known as “Japan Blue,” the Hyotanjima river cruise, which is a boat tour that takes visitors along the river surrounding the city delta, and Tokushima Ramen, a local specialty. Tokushima is rich with tourist sites that have been nurtured by Tokushima’s unique climate and history. We have put together a video that shows the attractions of Tokushima, the water city, from many different perspectives. Please take a look.

Undiscovered Tokushima, The Real Tokushima – City –

This is a short version (about 30 seconds) of the Tokushima tourism promotion video Undiscovered Tokushima, The Real Tokushima, on the theme of city. The full version can be found here: Undiscovered Tokushima, The Real Tokushima full version https://youtu.be/osjj3MfpnM0 Special video website: http://www.suito-tokushima.jp/movie/

Undiscovered Tokushima, The Real Tokushima – Nature –

This is a short version (about 30 seconds) of the Tokushima tourism promotion video Undiscovered Tokushima, The Real Tokushima, on the theme of nature. The full version can be found here: Undiscovered Tokushima, The Real Tokushima full version https://youtu.be/osjj3MfpnM0 Special video website: http://www.suito-tokushima.jp/movie/

Undiscovered Tokushima, The Real Tokushima – Food –

This is a short version (about 30 seconds) of the Tokushima tourism promotion video Undiscovered Tokushima, The Real Tokushima, on the theme of food. The full version can be found here: Undiscovered Tokushima, The Real Tokushima full version https://youtu.be/osjj3MfpnM0 Special video website: http://www.suito-tokushima.jp/movie/

Undiscovered Tokushima, The Real Tokushima – Culture –

This is a short version (about 30 seconds) of the Tokushima tourism promotion video Undiscovered Tokushima, The Real Tokushima, on the theme of culture. The full version can be found here: Undiscovered Tokushima, The Real Tokushima full version https://youtu.be/osjj3MfpnM0 Special video website: http://www.suito-tokushima.jp/movie/

Mishima City Tourism Video

Mishima City is situated in the eastern part of Shizuoka Prefecture, central Japan, and is easily accessible from the Tokyo metropolitan area in about one hour by Shinkansen bullet train. Furthermore, the city has fascinating features such as the historic “Mishima Taisha Shrine,” the “Mishima Skywalk,” Japan’s longest suspended bridge, and beautiful limpid streams running […]

Oldest Wagyu Brand – Omi Beef in Shiga Prefecture

The Shiga Prefectural Government has produced “The Premium Culinary Tour Shiga Prefecture,” a publicity video promoting the charms of Omi Beef, one of Japan’s top three “wagyu” beef brands. It is to be posted on YouTube in five languages. For more details, please click here.

Wacom introduces the new Intuos

March 6, 2018 – Wacom announced a new, significantly upgraded version of its Intuos pen tablet for creative beginners and enthusiasts. Bundled with software for drawing, painting and image editing, the new Intuos tablet offers an immediate start into digital art. Anyone interested in getting creative on a digital level will be able to enjoy […]

Enjoy my Japan – User-customized videos introduce some of Japan’s best tourist attractions

Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO) has inaugurated a global-scale, multilingual campaign entitled “Enjoy my Japan.” The campaign seeks to entice long-haul travelers to visit Japan and explore the country beyond the well-known popular attractions, and immerse themselves more fully in the rich depths of Japanese nature and culture that exist off the beaten tourist path. […]

Nissan’s ProPILOT Park RYOKAN

Combining the ultimate in traditional hospitality with Nissan’s autonomous driving technology, one Japanese inn is treating guests to some unusual amenities: self-parking slippers, tables and floor cushions. At first glance, the ProPILOT Park Ryokan looks like any other traditional Japanese inn, or ryokan. Slippers are neatly lined up at the foyer, where guests remove their […]

The Millennials, Kyoto – A New High-Tech Capsule Hotel

The Millennials Kyoto is located in close proximity to Sanjo station, it is a next generation capsule hotel that features stylish compact stay including working space. Check the rooms and rates, and make a reservation! The Millennials, Kyoto – A New High-Tech Capsule Hotel Check the “The Millennials Kyoto – Next Generation Japanese Capsule Hotel” […]

Go Tohoku: The “hidden gem” located in the northern part of Japan

Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO) New York Office released the digital mini-series “Go: Tohoku” to promote Tohoku region to the U.S. market, the “hidden gem” located in the northern part of Japan. The videos filmed documentary-style showcase four American influencers exploring the breath-taking natural landscapes, learning about rich local history, and their fascination of the […]

Omi Beef – Having 400 years history in Japanese Wagyu

Japanese Black cattle have been bred in the bountiful natural environment of Shiga Prefecture for hundreds of years, and the traditional taste of Omi Beef has been passed down from the Edo Era (1603-1868) to the present time as Japan’s oldest brand of beef.

The Current Situation in Fukushima 2017 – Reporting discoveries and moving experiences from viewpoint of three overseas reporters

Three bloggers from overseas each visit a different destination within Fukushima Prefecture following their respective interests in the show. They report discoveries and moving experiences they have had respectively in Fukushima. Their themes are varied, including (1) comprehensive conditions of environmental remediation, (2) tourism and food, and (3) technological innovation and development.

Cycling Shimanami 2017 in Imabari City, Ehime Prefecture

The “Seto Inland Shimanami Sea Route” has a series of bridges across beautiful islands connecting Ehime’s Imabari City to Hiroshima’s Onomichi City.

Echizengani (snow crab) Season in Fukui Prefecture

Season Gets under Way for Catching “Echizen Gani,” Representative of Japanese Brand-name Crabs The season for catching “Echizen Gani” (crabs), luxury-brand Zuwai Gani (snow crabs) caught in the Sea of Japan off the Echizen Coast and landed in Fukui Prefecture, got under way on November 6. Echizen Gani, known as the only brand-name crab species […]

Discover the Diamond Route in Japan

Rich history and culture, exquisite nature, amazing food and invigorating outdoor sports await when you discover the Diamond Route. Fukushima, Tochigi and Ibaraki Prefectures are full of sparkling treasures that await your visit. Learn more at www.diamondroutejapan.com

Discover Japan Recipe Campaign: Tea Steamed Red Snapper

Vote for your favorite recipe created by Chef Dale Talde and win a trip for 2 to Japan! Contest Period: Nov. 1, 2017 ~ Feb. 28, 2018 Vote from here: http://us.jnto.go.jp/food/ Tea Steamed Red Snapper, Matcha Salsa Verde, Crispy Brussels Sprouts Serves 4 Ingredients American Red Snapper: 4 fillets (6-8 oz. each) Olive Oil: 4 tbsp. Salt to taste Water: 2 cups Matcha (Green Tea) Powder: 1 tbsp. “Matcha Salsa Verde” Extra Virgin Olive Oil: 1.5 cups Matcha Powder: 2 tbsp. Garlic: 2 cloves (minced) Shallots: 1 large (finely chopped) Parsley (pick leaves): 1/2 cup (finely chopped) Cilantro (pick leaves): 1/2 cup (finely chopped) Soy Sauce: 1/2 cup Japanese Rice Vinegar: 1/2 cup “Crispy Brussels Sprout” Olive Oil: 3 tbsp. Brussels Sprout: 1 lb. Garlic: 1 clove Salt: 2 tsp. Directions - Sprinkle salt and olive oil on fish fillets. - In a bowl, mix matcha and olive oil together. Whisk in rice vinegar. Chop all ingredients and add to the bowl. - Heat a pan very hot. Add olive oil and add Brussels Sprouts. Add a garlic and season salt. Fry them until they become crispy about 10-15 minutes. - In a pan with a steam rack, or a large sauté pan with a ceramic plate, place fish onto the plate. Then add 2 cups of water and 1 tablespoon of matcha to pan, then, cover with foil. Steam for 8-10 minutes until done. - Put matcha verde sauce on plates and arrange a fish fillet and Brussels Sprouts on top of it. There are a million reasons to fall in love with Japan! Explore them all them all and start planning your ONLY IN JAPAN GETAWAY today! http://us.jnto.go.jp/top/index.php