National Geographic : 1930 Nov
G A R D E N 0 F T N E W 0 R L D The wonderlandsof Japan, Korea, Manchuriaand China are reached from the United States and Canada by the Nippon Tusen Kaisha, Osaka Shosen Kaisha, the American Mail Line, Canadian Pacific and the Dollar Steamship Line. Full information will be furnished by any of these Lines, any tourist agency, or by the Japan Tourist Bureau. Write for booklet. JAPAN TOURIST BUREAU c/o Japanese Gov't Railways, One Madison Ave., N. Y . C. c/o Nippon Yusen Kaisha, 545 Fifth Ave., N. Y. C. N Japan, the garden represents an ancient art, handed down through the centuries. Gardens, brilliant in their grandeur ... gardens, exquisite in their simplicity . . .e very where, man and nature have worked hand in hand through the generations to cultivate this vast garden of the world. In the midst of this age old beauty, stands practical, present-day Japan - a most modern institution with up-to-the-minute railway systems, cosmopolitan cities and hotels. Here are sporty golf links, tournament tennis courts, polo and all other sports and amuse ments. Truly, Japan strikes a perfect balance in blending the old with the new. And it is all so very near to the tourist. In sixty days one can make a comfortable, luxurious and really economical visit to Japan and the Orient. Thanks to Japan's ultra-modern facilities, even a short visit allows ample time for poking into the remotest nooks and crannies, exploring new lands, viewing the lovely rites and ceremonials, seeing many strange places and sights. The Japan Tourist Bureau, a non-commercial organization, will be honored to cooperate with tourists in arranging a trip to the Orient . . . planning itineraries, recommending hotels, steamers, sailing dates. It will suggest where to go, what to see, and estimate the cost of the trip. The Bureau's vast facilities, all over the world are at the tourist's disposal without charge.