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This แพค เก จ ทัวร์ ต่าง ประเทศ ราคา ถูก is what we want the visitors to Tourism EXPO Japan to feel. While in this time and day we can travel whenever we feel like, travel is still one of the best ways to learn new things, ทัวร์เกาหลี to look at ourselves from a different perspective, to discover new possibilities. This is what travel is all about and as the organizers of Tourism EXPO Japan we strive to convey this concept by setting ทัวร์ เกาหลี 6 วัน 5 คืน theme-based areas which engage all five senses. On the other hand, we in the travel industry, need to go back to our amateur years in the trade. We need to rediscover the pioneers spirit, the beginners eagerness to create new products and harvest new fruits. May this EXPO be the place for both the general public and travel professionals to look for and find new styles of travel, new ways to see the world as a better place. The Office of International Tourism of JATA will launch a new information service: Japanese Edition of the International Newsletter. The Japanese edition aims at delivering planner-specific news to tour planners จอง โรงแรม เกาหลี of travel agencies and tour operators. The content of the news will be delivered in Japanese and will include video materials, tour-planner specific information (familiarization tour reports, airline campaigns, tourism board promotions of new travel attractions, destinations, etc.) The two keynote speakers, Mr.
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Exclusive Spa In Japan Lets Visitors Take Wine, Coffee, Or Even Ramen Broth Baths It's a common thing to joke about; loving wine or coffee, so much that you could just bathe in it... and now you can, at this Japanese spa resort! In Japan, bath houses are a popular way to relax and enjoy the health benefits of soaking in the warm water of either a heated indoor bath (sento) or a natural hot spring (onsen). Japanese bath houses are also a popular tourist destination, although it's important to be aware of the cultural norms here. Tourists can be surprised at the rules of more traditional spas, where tattoos are forbidden, genders are separated, and everyone bathes completely in the nude (and only after a shower - these baths are to relax in, not to clean yourself). However, for travelers familiar with the cultural norms at these spas, they are the perfect way to unwind... and at one resort, to bathe in liquids including wine, coffee, and tea! Related: German Resort Lets Tourists Stay In Reused Wine Barrels Hakone Kowakien Yunessun Spa and Resort in Hakone, Japan, offers a wide range of different bathing experiences - including the popular (and very Instagram-worthy) wine, coffee, tea, and 'ramen' baths. The baths are designed to pay homage to the liquid in them, surrounded by giant tea cups and wine bottles, and yes, it is real wine in there. However, it's not recommended that anyone actually drink the contents! The baths are re-filled on a regular basis, which also makes for a great experience as an attendant pours new wine, coffee, or pepper-water (for the 'Ramen' bath) into the pool.
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