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Sign Up & WIN: Oita & Fukuoka Partner For Agent Training Webinar

With much discussion about a Japan bubble on the horizon, two of the seven prefectures in Kyushu – Oita and Fukuoka – have partnered with Destination Webinars to host an agent training webinar on Tuesday, 8 December.

With much discussion about a Japan bubble on the horizon, two of the seven prefectures in Kyushu – Oita and Fukuoka – have partnered with Destination Webinars to host an agent training webinar on Tuesday, 8 December.

The Oita and Fukuoka destination webinar will showcase the experiences unique to both prefectures helping agents to understand how they can tap into some of the 2021 travel trends for their clients. 

These include looking for destinations that go beyond the usual gateways and offer the chance to escape the crowds, get back to nature, connect with locals in a meaningful way, provide out of the ordinary food experiences and focus on wellness.

Registration is available here for one of the two-session times on 8 December – 9am and 12 noon AEDT.  The webinars will run for 25 minutes followed by a live Q&A session.

Attend & WIN!

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Tea Ceremony

All registered AU and NZ agents who attend live will go into a draw for a bottle of Kabosu Liquor and a cocktail recipe donated by Oita Prefecture and a Japanese Tea Pack from Fukuoka Prefecture.

If you also wanted to share your unforgettable moment in Japan, you could win yourself a hamper of Japanese goodies valued at $150.

How good is that?

Japan dreaming

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As a destination, Japan offers 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.

Witches & Wizards will also be pleased to know that the incredibly successful ‘The Making of Harry Potter’ in London will be “geminio” (the spell for duplicated) and wingardium leviosa-ing its way to Tokyo in 2023.

We are all eagerly holding out for the day we get the green light for the Japan travel bubble and are very much looking forward to stuffing our faces with delicious food, reconnecting with natural wonders and experiencing the magic of the Japanese way of life.

Until then, lovely agents can tune in and skill up on Tuesday 8 December.