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    "Sophia,

    We have returned home and we are going through our many pictures (around 700). We had a wonderful visit to your beautiful country and I must say that working with you and the tour guides made it even more special. When we return to that side of the world, we will be contacting you again. We still need to come to Guilin and see the beautiful sights that you see every day.

    Angela was great. She is a pleasant and pretty young lady and she knows so much about the sights in Chengdu. My son really liked talking to her.

    Peter was very good but his English can use some improvement. He was extremely patient with us and accommodated our needs wonderfully.

    May was also very good and professional. It is obvious she knows her subject and she is a great sales person.

    I look forward to using your services again. Thank you for everything and thank you for the gift. It is hanging on the wall in my home. I think of you every time I see it.

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    Andersen "
    10 Must-have Experiences of Japan (Save Your Time! Submit Inquiry..)

    We will combine your personal needs and 10 Must-have Experiences of Japan to design your itinerary. Try our best to meet your personal needs at the same time let you experience all of them and don't miss anyone of them as much as possible.

  • 1. Mt. Fuji:

    Mt. Fuji, at 3,776 m., is not only Japan's tallest mountain but it's the best known symbol as well. In addition to being a favored climbing site during the months of July and August, Mt. Fuji is the center of a wide-ranging natural recreation zone. This includes the Fuji Five Lakes district to the north, which offers extensive opportunities for hiking, boating, fishing, camping, and picnicking.


  • 2. Hot Srpings:

    Japan, with about 70% of its land covered by mountains, is blessed with thermal hot springs or in Japanese, “onsen.” Over 2,000 hot spring areas are found around the country, ranging from large resorts to small groups of inns isolated in the mountains.


  • 3. Rural/Countryside Landscape:

    Enjoy a leisurely trip through the countryside and experience the legendary Japanese hospitality.

    Only a few hours' drive or train ride from the great urban centers like Tokyo, bring you to a totally different world — picture yourself in a peaceful pastoral area with lush mountains and peaks in the background. How about a small community in the remote mountains, or a seaside fishing village? A journey to the countryside can be the key to satisfaction especially if traveling means getting away from it all and exploring a world yet unknown to meet the people in their own locale.


  • 4. Japan Cuisine & Local Markets:

    Japanese cuisine has in recent years become much more familiar and appreciated around the world. Many visitors to Japan will have already sampled the pleasures of raw fish or batter-fried shrimp. But few first-time visitors to Japan are prepared for the variety and sumptuousness of the food as it is traditionally prepared. Eating in Japan is an experience to be enjoyed and remembered fondly for the rest of your life.

    As a visitor to a foreign land, you naturally want to enjoy the "genuine" local food to your heart's content. The secret to finding the "real thing" can be discovered in local food markets. A bustling market is a perfect place to discover the grand variety of exotic foods and ingredients that are on sale. Just looking is fun. Buying is even more fun (and cheap too!). Eating, right in the marketplace, is the ultimate in culinary delight. Visiting a Japan market is truly exciting entertainment!


  • 5. Festivals & Events:

    Jump into the amazing “heat" of a “matsuri" or Japanese festival! You'll be a part of “the heat" before you know it!

    Soul-stirring, graceful, gorgeous ... every nook and cranny in Japan celebrates its own festivals and events in response to the transition of the four seasons. Called "matsuri," festivals can be found almost everyday somewhere in Japan. Many festivals have their origin in Shinto and Buddhism, while other events, such as snow festivals and fireworks displays, are wonderfully staged for the local populace and visitors alike.


  • 6. KABUKI:

    Japan is a treasure-trove of traditional performing arts of which it can boast, without modesty, to the rest of the world. Take Kabuki, for example. Performed on a magnificently colorful stage, it delivers drama that touches the heartstrings of the Japanese and all who view it. The highly stylized theater of Noh exudes the world of "yugen," a deeply esthetic value based on a profound and refined beauty that goes beyond words and concrete shapes. The Bunraku puppet plays, a wonderful and heartfelt description of conflicts between established ethical ideas and the reality of love and life and turmoil in the emotions of the common folks. It is performed along with ballad chanting "joruri" to the accompaniment of 3-stringed "shamisen" instruments.


  • 7. Ryokan:


  • 8. Shrines:

    Magnificent Buddhist temples, and those which embody the essence of understated architectural elegance through the elimination of almost all decorative features. Quiet and stately Shinto shrines rest amid dark green woods ... Japan has them. Everywhere (even nestled in large population centers like Tokyo and Osaka!). Many date back well over 1,000 years. Shinto, an ancient, indigenous religion unique to Japan, with emphasis on ancestor worship and harmony with the natural world. Buddhism, brought in from the Asian Continent way back in the sixth century teaches spiritual enlightenment and salvation. Both continue to be prime and moving sources of inspiration, culturally and esthetically, for the Japanese even today.


  • 9. Nightlife:

    Japan was built for the night. The entire country glows with activity after dark that includes everything from high culture to street food. The scene is much the same in every big Japanese city from the dance floors of Tokyo to the outdoor nightlife of Fukuoka. Japanese cities come alive at night. The most popular nightlife spots are drinking establishments, where most office workers, students, and expatriates go for an evening out. These places include Western-style bars, as well as Japanese-style watering holes, called nomi-ya. Yakitori-ya, bars that serve yakitori and other snacks, are included in this group. Dancing and live-music venues are also hugely popular with young Japanese.


  • 10. Railways:

    Japan has one of the world's most highly developed transportation systems. The rail service alone covers almost all possible destinations. Railways in Japan include Japan Railways (JR), a group of six railway companies covering the entire country, plus a variety of companies which operate in many of the larger cities. JR especially is renowned for its extreme punctuality, with the heavily traveled trains on its Tokyo commuter lines making stops at stations at 1.5-minute intervals during peak periods. And of course its Shinkansen, or "Bullet Trains," provide ultrafast and highly reliable rail links for almost all the length and breadth of Japan. The network consists of the Tokaido Line, the Sanyo Line, the Kyushu Line, the Tohoku Line, the Nagano Line, the Akita Line, the Yamagata Line and the Joetsu Line.


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    Dear Lillian,
    Today we arrived well, the guide has been very helpfull and kind, he will leave my mom at the airport tomorrow. As for me maybe ill go by myself to the museum...i am not sure yet but ill try jejeje as ill have some time. I want to thank you for all arrangement that you did for us, our trip was a wonderfull experience!
    Thanks for everything!
    regards,
    Ill send you photos when i arrive home ok!
    Perla Carias
    (2012-4-29)



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