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"TSUBASA -GLOBAL WINGS-"

With travel as its main theme, "TSUBASA -GLOBAL WINGS-" introduces unique interviews and stunning visuals to present the culture, nature, food, and people of different areas in and outside Japan.

HOKKAIDO

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vol.3 The Historical Village of Hokkaido

Sapporo offers many pleasures, both seasonal and timeless. Stepping back in time is not a pleasure restricted to Hokkaido, but in this outdoor museum you have the joy of moving back and forth, between past and present, to contemplate the future of culture, cuisine, work, and lifestyle.

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vol.2 Sapporo Snow Festival

Sapporo offers many seasonable pleasures. Spring is when flowers come forth and bloom, while summer arrives dry and crisp, with lots of festivals.

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vol.1 Get know Hokkaido

Breathtaking natural landscapes in all four seasons, exciting winter sports, hot springs, and savory gifts from seaside and mountainside make traveling Hokkaido a distinct and varied pleasure.

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vol.5 Delightful Delicacies of Kyushu

Abundant nature in a fertile landscape of dramatic volcano formations makes Kyushu a rich source of unique food and drink. Each of its seven prefectures offers locally sourced delicacies sure to delight both eye and palate.

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vol.4 Land of Legend and Mystery

A dramatic geography of gorges and waterfalls exudesan air of myth and ancient history. Of note are MiyazakiPref.'s Takachiho Gorge and Saga Pref.'s Yoshinogari,both revered for their mystic appeal and cultural value.

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vol.3 Relaxing Hot Springs

A landscape created from Kyushu's volcanic geography and fed by underground thermal springs has given rise to hot spring resorts where a variety of water qualities offers relaxing and healing immersion.

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vol.2 Boating Adventures of Yanagawa and Kumagawa

A dramatic geography threaded by waterways makes for exciting adventure in Kyushu. Yanagawa pleasure cruising and slow or fast boating down the Kuma River are matchless experiences of this colorful island.

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vol.1 Get to Know Kyushu

Dramatic geography of seascapes and landscapes,temperate climate, year-round sports, countless hot springs, and abundant food from ocean and mountain make travel in history-rich Kyushu something inviting.

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vol.5 Immersion in Tasty Travel

Savory travel in Japan during December and other winter months is most inviting when warm hospitality comprises fine food and immersion in hot-spring (onsen) bathing. In Misasa Town, Tottori Prefecture, are many varied baths and delicacies like spider crab. The hotspring town of Dogo, Ehime Prefecture, serves up sea bream to the delight of travelers. Cuisine and bathing together add up to fresh, satisfying insights into Japanese culture.

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vol.4 Fascinating Strolls to Unique Places

Travel in Japan can bring you to many fascinating towns and countryside areas as well as natural formations throughout its many islands. One town known for its winding ways and attraction to cats is Onomichi, Hiroshima Prefecture.

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vol.3 Towering Castles

Japan has many castles, several of them restored. Only 12 retain their main tower since the Edo period (1603-1868) or earlier, including the three herein, each with a unique character that makes for an adventure in time travel via living history.

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vol.2 Elegant Spans in Nature

Threading the landscapes of Chugoku and Shikoku aretwo bridges beloved in Japan, Kintai (Yamaguchi Pref.) and Kazura (Tokushima Pref.), each of great cultural and historical value, set amid compelling, natural scenery.

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vol.1 Get to Know Chugoku and Shikoku

Located in western Japan, the region of Chugoku and Shikoku Island are surrounded by the Sea of Japan, Pacific Ocean, and Seto Inland Sea.

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vol.8 Illuminating Summer Nights With Lively Celebration

There’s nothing like a summer festival in Japan to experience its culture and traditions while immersed in the local atmosphere and how people celebrate the season. In this issue, we introduce festive fun - from fireworks to flowing lanterns - in Tokai and Hokuriku Shin’etsu regions’ five prefectures of Nagano, Fukui, Ishikawa, Gifu, and Toyama.

vol.7 Festive Summertime Celebrations in Japan

Summer months are a great time to experience the many and varied festivals and events held across Japan, each a delightful celebration specially linked to its area's local legends and culture. In this issue, we introduce fun festivities-from cosplay toportside fireworks-in Tokai and Hokuriku Shin'etsu regions'four prefectures of Mie, Niigata, Shizuoka, and Aichi.

vol.6 Mementos of Your Memorable Travel in Japan

June is an inspiring time to discover specialty items of the Tokai and Hokuriku Shin'etsu regions. Among delightful choices of nine prefectures are sake, mizuhiki, pie snacks, washi paper, pearls, cat figurines, sweet treats, wine glasses with ceramic stems, and lacquer-coated washi, all fine souvenirs as well as cultural markers of Japan.

vol.5 Explore the World Heritage Sites of Japan

As of January 2019, UNESCO World Heritage sites in Japan total 22, which is 12th highest in the world. Within the Tokai, Hokuriku, and Shin'etsu regions, one stands out for remarkable architecture and another for its ancient pilgrimage route and shrines. Exploring them will give you rare insights into the living history and vital culture of Japan.

vol.4 Joyful Journeys Back in Time

April is a lively time to explore present and past delights of the Tokai, Hokuriku, and Shin'etsu regions. Here you can choose to step into a period of historic architecture and village life as seen in Aichi Prefecture's wondrous Meiji-mura or travel millions of years to the age of dinosaurs exhibited at the Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum.

vol.3 Tasty Treats in a Merry Month for Markets

Like autumn, spring is an exciting season for markets in the Tokai, Hokuriku, and Shin'etsu regions. March arrives with a fresh harvest and new menus, and in the markets of Ishikawa and Shizuoka prefectures, like many in Japan, you'll discover healthy greens and scrumptious seafood along with savory samplings of Japanese culture and cuisine.

vol.2 Immersion in Snow Country Culture

Not far from the center of Honshu is the Shin'etsu region, perfectly suited for seaside fun as well as delightful adventures in a winter wonderland. The snow country areas of Nagano and Niigata prefectures offer memorable immersion in nature and culture, from skiing to hot spring bathing amid a land rich in history, literature, rice, and sake.

vol.1 Get to Know Tokai, Hokuriku, and Shin'etsu

The regions of Tokai, Hokuriku, and Shin'etsu, near the center of Honshu, attract with sea and mountains as well as great skiing. All regions have heavy snowfall made charming by hot springs and offer trekking and hiking opportunities. Coastal areas offer amazing seafood, while inland sites have abundant fresh ingredients such as mushrooms.

vol.1 Diverse Appeal of Our Bustling City and Beyond

The Kanto region, with Japan’s capital, Tokyo, and the prefectures of Chiba, Saitama, Kanagawa, Ibaraki, Tochigi, Gunma, and Yamanashi, offers diverse attractions in exciting cities and in places replete with nature, history, and culture.

TOHOKU

KANSAI

OKINAWA