H.I.S. USA-Japan Tour Service Unveils 2008 Winter and Spring Tours

Nov 21st 2007
November.21.2007
Los Angeles, CA

US-based tour service Destination Japan has announced dates and information for their first tours of 2008. The first two tours of several for the year, Destination Japan will uphold the precedent set with their 2007 Tokyo Summer Maximum tour in the areas of friendliness, professionalism, and quality service.

2008 Cool Winter Japan tour – February 2nd – 9th
Want to chill in Japan this winter? Destination Japan is opening the door to Japan with its first tour in 2008: the Cool Winter Japan tour, running from February 2nd to the 9th. Spanning 8 days and 6 nights, the tour will stay at a sleek hotel in one of the hottest spots of Tokyo, and take participants on an unforgettable tour of the city. Starting off with a light day of city sightseeing, participants can get acquainted with the culture of Japan and its surroundings. Then they will be taken on an escorted shopping tour through some of Tokyo's hottest shopping districts, such as Shibuya, Harajuku, and Akihabara. As if that wasn't enough, participants will also enjoy a special Experience Japan tour, where they'll explore a facet of Japan's culture deeper than possible on traditional tours. All of this, including the Snow Festival, AND ample free time, all at a very competitive price!

To find out more, please check out the Destination Japan website:
www.destination-japan.com


2008 Tokyo Anime Freedom tour – March 24th – 30th
Right in time for spring break! Destination Japan's Tokyo Anime Freedom tour offers participants the chance to visit Japan for a one-of-a-kind experience on a tour with flexibility you won't find with any other tour service. Over 7 days and 5 nights, participants can dive into the deep end of Japanese culture in the massive city of Tokyo. With a full day of shopping through Tokyo's best areas like Akihabara, Harajuku, and Shibuya, and two full free days, participants and shape their time in Japan in any way they want. Experienced, bilingual tour guides are available to help participants get anywhere they want to go. Destination Japan is also offering a special optional sightseeing and Experience Japan tour package for both free days at an unimaginable price. The tour culminates with a visit to the Tokyo International Anime Fair, where fans can see famous animators and animation companies promote new shows that haven't even hit the airwaves. All of this is available for an absolutely knock-out price! Make your spring break one you'll remember for years!

To find out more, please check out the Destination Japan website:
www.destination-japan.com


-- About Destination Japan --
Destination Japan is a tour service to Japan based out of Los Angeles, CA established by H.I.S. International Tours, Inc., the leader in US travel to Japan. With staff formerly of a well-known US-Japan tour service, Destination Japan strives to provide a tour service with a high level of professionalism while giving tour participants a fun and memorable experience in Japan. Incorporating activities and experiences from all aspects of Japanese pop culture – anime, games, music, fashion, etc – Destination Japan will run tours 4-5 times every year.
Destination Japan website: http://www.destination-japan.com

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To contact Destination Japan tours,
please send e-mail to [email protected] or call (877) DT-JAPAN


-- About H.I.S. International Tours Inc. --
H.I.S. International Tours, Inc. is a discount travel agency that specializes in flights and travel to and from Eastern Asia, with primary emphasis on Japan. Offering the best prices on travel to Japan no matter where you look, and providing fast, friendly, and flawless customer service, H.I.S. leaves no reason to book tickets anywhere else. H.I.S. can arrange flights, hotels, JR passes, rental cars – even book your flights online. With over 300 offices worldwide, H.I.S. is with you whenever you need them.
H.I.S. International Tours, Inc. Los Angeles website: http://www.his-la.com

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