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JAL’s Guide to Japan

Sunday, 19 October 2014

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Akihabara Electric Town, a famous district in central Tokyo for its many electronics shops. Photo credit: JAL

 

Since its launch in 2005, ‘Guide to Japan’ has become a popular travel information section on Japan Airlines’ website, JAL.com, across 26 regions. In March 2014, the online guide revamped with new style - humorous writing tone, informative contents and interactive layout to attract more visitors. Contents are basically updated every month to keep visitors staying with new information about Japan.

 

Highlights include introductions to Japan's seasons, cuisine, tradition and subculture; destination information of sightseeing spots, cultural experiences, events and festivals; and useful travel information to help visitors to plan their trips to Japan. 'Guide to Japan' can be found at www.world.jal.com/world/en/guidetojapan.

 

 

In early October, JAL introduced the travel information section in Chinese on its regional sites of China, Hong Kong and Taiwan which enabled foreign visitors to discover Japan's beauty and the joy of traveling in Japan in more convenient way.

 

 

Simplified Chinese: www.cn.jal.com/cnl/zhcn/guidetojapan

Hong Kong Traditional Chinese: www.hk.jal.com/hkl/zhhk/guidetojapan

Taiwan Traditional Chinese: www.tw.jal.com/twl/zhtw/guidetojapan

 

 

 

Source: Japan Airlines (JAL)

Photos credit: Japan Airlines (JAL)

 

Photos: JALPosted by Admin in Travel on 19 Oct 2014

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