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JTB Corp. - Japan
Established over 100 years ago in Japan
One of the largest travel and destination management companies in the world
26,000 employees in 35 countries and 99 cities
172 group companies operating across 11 major business divisions
Global turnover of over 692 billion Rupees in 2013
Reputation for the highest standards of customer care and service
Founded in October, 2011 is based out of Gurgaon Haryana
Other offices in Mumbai and Bangalore
JTB India provides travel and destination management services to our clients through a dedicated team of travel professionals:
Our core activities:
Meetings: Facilitating the smooth implementation of all business Meetings
Incentives: Improving motivation with attractive incentive programs
Conferences: Facilitating the smooth implementation of worldwide conferences
Events: Producing memorable moments during international events
Education Programs & Study Groups
Inbound travel from Japan
Support services for Companies
Business travel Services
JAPAN - Connections
To Kanazawa : 2h30min.
To Shin-Aomori : 3h.
To Kyoto : 2h20min.
To Niigata : 2h20min.
To Nagano : 1h40min.
To Shin-Osaka : 2h40min.
To Sendai : 1h40min.
To Hiroshima : 4h10min.
Duration : from Tokyo
To Hakata : 5h10min.
To Nagoya : 1h40min.
To Kagoshima-chuo : 6h45min.
Why Japan – Japan Fun Tips
Japan is comprised of over 6800 islands
Ronald McDonald is known as Donald McDonald
Over 90% of mobile telephones are waterproof
Comics use more paper than any other product
There are roughly 1500 earthquakes every year in Japan
Japan has over 6 million vending machines
There are more pets than children in Japan
Why Japan – Travel to Japan
Flight time is roughly 7.5 hours from Delhi
Daily flights operate to Tokyo’s Narita and Haneda airports
Three and half hour time difference between India and Japan
Japan is one of the safest countries in the world
Efficient, safe and easy to use public transport system
Japan has something for everyone including culture, food, nature, history, architecture and technology
Travel Info. - Climate & Best Season to Visit
Japan is blessed with four distinct seasons, and yet being stretched long on a north-south axis, it offers a wide variety of climates
Spring - Late March to early June
Autumn - October and November
… are the best times to visit.
The dates listed below are peak seasons for domestic travel within Japan and it is strongly recommend that travel to Japan be avoided during these times due to difficulties in procuring accommodations and transportation.
Golden Week 29 April - 7 May (2017)
Bon Festival 11-16 August (2017)
New Years 23 December - 7 January (2018)
Why Japan - Beautiful Scenery
There are wonderful landscapes all over Japan. Japan is abundantly blessed with nature, and the four seasons are clearly distinguished. You can’t overlook the fact that the nature has cultural and historical depth.
Japan’s Proud Landscape
Tsuruga-jo Castle, Fukushima
Nanohana & Cherry blossom
Ayame Matsuri, Ibaragi
Mashu Lake, Hokkaido
Mt. Nakano Momiji
Togetsukyo bridge, Kyoto
Why Japan – Traditional Japan
If you’re looking for both history and beautiful scenery, Japan has a multitude of offerings including ancient temples and shrines, refined gardens, traditional cityscapes, and nine World Heritage sites.
Culture & Activities
Why Japan – Gifting
Traditional souvenirs like kimono and fans are nice, but Japan has so much more to offer for the shopping inclined. Pop culture favorites such as Hello Kitty and Pokemon are just the beginning!
Traditional souvenirs such as hand towels, kimono, fans, chopsticks, and ceramics make great gifts and mementos.
You’ll be amazed at what you can get for 100 yen! "100 Yen Stores" offer an astonishing array of goods for the price of a single 100-yen coin (approximately 60 Rupees Including Tax).
Must do JAPAN
東京 Tokyo – The capital with over 32 million people is the world’s most populous metropolitan area. The city consists of several mini cities that all have their own distinctive flavour including the upmarket Ginza shopping area and Akihabara, the electronics paradise that is the centre of Japan’s animation sub-culture.
Other areas include Shinjuku - famous for its bright neon lights and futuristic skyscrapers while Harajuku and Shibuya cater to the fashion conscious and are full of niche cafes and trendy boutiques.
Mt. Fuji and Hakone
Mount Fuji / Hakone – This region is one of the most popular sightseeing spots in Japan offering fantastic views of Mt. Fuji and access to nearby attractions such as Lake Ashi, the Komagatake cable car and the hot spring resorts that are always a great place to relax after a day of sightseeing
Why Japan – Kyoto
京都 Kyoto – The ancient capit a l of Japan is now known as the cultural heart of Japan. This city has over 1600 shrines and temples, the most famous including Kinkakuji (golden temple), Ginkakuji (silver temple) and Kiyomizudera . Kyoto and nearby Nara are great places to stroll around and experience the historical and cultural atmosphere of ancient Japan
Hiroshima - This city well known for its destruction by the atomic bomb in 1945 is now dubbed ‘The City of Peace’.
The Atomic Bomb Dome remains a stark reminder of the terrible effects of weapons of mass destruction. Nearby Miyajima Island offers one of Japan’s most famous views - the vermillion gate standing in the tidal waters of the bay in front of Itsukushima Shinto Shrine.
Why Japan – Travelling in Japan
Travel will be by chartered coach, local train and the
world famous Bullet Train
Why Japan – Accommodation in Japan
The students will be staying at both 3.5 to 4 star hotels and Japanese style Inn’s in convenient locations.
The properties are all accustomed to foreign school groups with English speaking staff and western style rooms and facilities.
Mini bar, external phone calls and pay TV services will be barred.
Why Japan – Homestay Experience
Home-stay families will give each student personal care while introducing a typical Japanese lifestyle including food, language and daily life
Japanese home-stays usually accept one child per family as the houses tend to be small.
Students may have to share a room with the Japanese children of the home-stay. This is always on the same gender basis
Bedding may be either a western style bed or a traditional Japanese ‘futon’ on the floor
Why Japan – Japanese Food
Japanese cuisine offers a great variety of dishes and regional specialties.
The following are some of the most popular:
Sushi is the most famous Japanese dish outside of Japan, and one of the most popular dishes among the Japanese themselves. Sushi in Japan can be bought for as little as $1 a plate
Cooked in a pot on your table, sukiyaki is prepared with thinly sliced meat, vegetables, mushrooms, tofu and shirataki (Konnyaku noodles).
The pieces of food are dipped into raw egg mixture before eaten.
Soba is buckwheat noodle served either cold with a sauce or hot in soup.
The most basic dish is zaru soba where boiled, cold soba noodles are eaten with soy based dipping sauce (tsuyu).
Sashimi is a Japanese delicacy consisting of very fresh raw meat or fish sliced into thin.
Sashimi is popularly served with a dipping sauce (soy
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soy_sauce sauce) and condiments such as with wasabi paste and grated fresh ginger, or, for meat sashimi, ponzu), and such garnishes as shiso and shredded daikon radish.
Welcome To Japan
Welcome to Japan!
Japan is just as fascinating with cutting edge technology and wonderful architecture, kind people whilst still maintaining the country’s traditions.
Arigato Gozaimasu – Thank You
JTB Oceania International Pty Ltd
capital with over 32 million people is the world’s most populous metropolitan area. The city consists of several mini cities that all have their own distinctive flavour including the upmarket Ginza shopping area and Akihabara, the electronics paradise that is the centre of Japan’s animation sub-culture.
Sashimi is popularly served with a dipping sauce (