You Can Get a Taste of Japan at an Interactive Exhibit at Mitsukoshi Mall

Japan is now ready to open up to revenge travelers.

It’s been almost three years since Japan closed its borders, but one of Asia’s most popular tourist destinations is now ready to welcome visitors once again. To mark the occasion, the Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO) Manila Office staged an event called “A Season of Endless Discovery,” which is an interactive exhibit celebrating the reopening of its doors for travelers to experience its rich culture, enjoy its natural beauty, and food and retail experiences. 

Photo by JNTO.


Heated Pool, Wooden Tub, and Excellent Food: What You Get When You Stay at Hotel Okura

Japan Drops RT-PCR Requirement for Triple-Vaccinated Tourists

The event is being held at the newly opened Mitsukoshi Mall in Bonifacio Global City until Christmas on December 25th as the booths are tastefully dressed up with iconic Japanese architectural features like its distinctive rooflines. The exhibit is also curated into four seasons—spring, summer, fall, and winter themes punctuated with Sakura flowers, red maple leaves, rice stalks and various colorful flowers. Organizers deigned the exhibit so visitors can capture every Instagram-worthy moment with friends and family.

Photo by JNTO.

The Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO) was established in 1964 to promote Japan to overseas tourists. The Tokyo-based agency has offices in 24 major cities worldwide, including one in Metro Manila. Its Philippine office partnered with Mitsukoshi BGC to showcase an endless list of reasons why Japan should be everyone’s next international destination. There are also travel fare deals from All Nippon Airways (ANA) and Japan Airlines (JAL).   

For more information about the Japan National Tourism Organization, visit the JNTO website (link here)  and follow Visit Japan Philippines on Facebook and Instagram.

View More Articles About:
More Videos You Can Watch
About The Author
Alvin Uy
View Other Articles From Alvin Uy
Latest Feed
Load More Articles
Connect With Us