Share Your Unforgettable Moment In Japan And WIN!

Dig through your travel pics and unforgettable moments from a recent trip to Japan; or, if you've never been, hit Google and find a moment you know you'll never forget when you FINALLY visit, and WIN a hamper of Japanese goodies valued at $150!

Dig through your travel pics and unforgettable moments from a recent trip to Japan; or, if you’ve never been, hit Google and find a moment you know you’ll never forget when you FINALLY visit, and WIN a hamper of Japanese goodies valued at $150!

Life is all about those unforgettable moments. You know, those momentary experiences that you’ll never, ever, forget – the kind that makes travel so rewarding. And in a country like Japan, these moments are literally everywhere.

It’s the best bowl of ramen you’ve ever had in your life at the old ramen shop near your hotel in Asakusa. It’s the smiles you receive from giggling teens keen to practice their English in Harajuku. It’s the special night you spend in a traditional Japanese hotel – a ryokan – in Kyoto where you actually feel like a geisha/samurai.

As if these moments weren’t rewards in themselves (and they totally are), JNTO, as part of their “Unforgettable Moments” campaign, is offering agents the chance to be rewarded with actual prizes…

“Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away.”

We’re all itching to be able to travel again. And when we can, Japan should be at the top of everyone’s list.

As a destination, it’s able to offer so much to so many different types of travellers. There’s pristine nature, action-packed outdoor fun, amazing food and a unique culture that promise unforgettable moments at every turn – on and especially off the beaten track.

We’ll be inspiring you with some unforgettable content in the coming weeks to help you plan your clients’ eventual Japanese jaunt once the borders open up. But in the meantime, start digging through your Japan travel pics or start searching for the unforgettable moment with your name on it…

Hero image: Cherry Blossoms, Hiroshima

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