'Come to Japan' Campaign: Last Chance to Win a Trip to Japan!

by Kizuna Ai (Paid Advertisement),

Hello! I'm Kizuna AI, the (self-proclaimed) world's first YouTuber. I'm also the ambassador of the ‘Come to Japan’ campaign, which is organized by the Japan National Tourism Organization's (JNTO) New York office and designed to encourage everyone to come to Japan!

First, I want to thank everyone who visited my booth at Japan Week in New York! I hope you all had a chance to take the ultimate selfie with my panel, and I want to congratulate everyone who entered the “gara-gara” lottery and won a prize.

Unfortunately, the ‘Come to Japan’ campaign will be coming to a close on March 25, which is actually quite soon. If you haven't checked out all the content about Japan's Charms and take a shot at my quiz yet, be sure to visit the campaign website as soon as you can! After taking the quiz, you'll be able to enter the sweepstakes for a chance at adorable alpaca plushies, prize packages filled with Kizuna AI goodies, and, of course, a pair of round-trip tickets to Japan.

Here's an example of the content you can find on the campaign website! If you don't know very much about Japan yet, I'll be around to guide you through each video and article, so there's no need to worry. If you're already an expert in Japanese culinary culture, technology, and other fascinating parts of Japan, work through the ‘Charms of Japan’ quiz and test your luck in the sweepstakes!

I've had tons of fun as the ambassador, and I hope this campaign has made you want to come to Japan. When you're there, be sure to use what you learned in the videos and articles to make the most of your experience! Don't forget to share your travel photos by uploading them on Instagram with #japantrip senpai. They'll automatically be uploaded to the campaign website for everyone to see! You can upload photos even after the campaign ends, but remember, the campaign itself only lasts until March 25th!

Thanks again for all your wonderful support!

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