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Wonderful time at Ritsurin Garden, Takamatsu, during an inspection tour with conference planners. #LetsMeetInJapan
A majestic landscape, the warmth of a traditional tea-house, the bitterness of the matcha tea balanced with the sweetness of the Japanese pastry.
To get the ball rolling, here's a flashback to the time I got to attend a UNESCO conference in Kanazawa.
Kanazawa is a great city for international events - and delegates had a whole range of fantastic experiences, including tours of the castle, the amazing Japanese garden, or the stunning modern art museum.
I attended the IJT (International Jewellery Tokyo) show in Tokyo.The show was a boon to me, got to meet new clients, interact with them & strengthen the bonds which is now over 3 decades old.
Nihon de aimashō
Hey guys, #LetsMeetInJapan! In the past 12 months I've gone with 2 wonderful groups for business events and familiarization trips ( Visit Japan MICE Mart and Meet Japan Hosted Buyers Program) to unique regions in Japan. Here are some of our moments in #Kyushu #Matsue and #Yokohama.
Tokio2019 #CrimsonHouse - Day 2 of International Employee Meeting #Letsmeetinjapan ⛩ @letsmeetinjapan #JNTO
Japan has shown itself to be a great place for a meeting by enabling meeting attendees to participate in modern business events while also being able to respect Japanese traditions. #letmeetinjapan
My first visit to Japan was work related - I escorted a group of Australian high school students to Tokyo for a 10 month student exchange - see photo. Stayed a week - mostly orientations and meetings, but oh boy! Japan quickly became my favourite place to visit.
#letsmeetinjapan I attended a business event in Japan and it was one of the best I have ever attended #letsmeetinjapan 😀
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