National Geographic : 1930 Aug
J A increasing thousands A each year enjoy the mystery, the beauty, and the interesting weave of modern Sism that runsthrough the age-old pattern of Japan. It has been the privi lege of the Japan Tourist Bureau to serve many of these travelers, through its vast facilities abroad and in its New York office, estab lished a year ago.Through its intimate contacts abroad the SBureau offers a most com prehensive service to those contemplating a trip to Japan and the Orient. Tours are planned, itineraries arranged; suggestions offered on mat Lters which might be over looked, even by the travel wise. The Bureau cooperates with the tourist direct, as well as through the tourist agencies of the country. 'Thewonderlands of Japan, Korea, Manchuriaand China are reached from the United States and Canadaby the Nippon Yusen Kaisha, Osaka Shosen Kaisha, the American Mail Line, Canadian Pacific and the The Japan Tourist Bureau DollarSteamship Line. Full information and illustrated booklet will be is a non-commercial organi furnished by any of these Lines, any tourist agency, or by the zation and offers its services without charge of any hind. J APAN TOURI ST BUREAU Representatives will be c/o Japanese Gov't Railways, One Madison Ave., N. Y. City honored to explain the scope c/o Nippon Yusen Kaisha, 545 Fifth Ave., N. Y. City of this service, and to co operate in planning the pro posed trip to the Orient.