National Geographic : 1930 Sep
P LL Nippon breathes a welcome to the visitor. With true Japa. nese hospitality, you are introduced to the ceremonies, the legendry, the drama, the arts, - all the fruits of thirty centuries of culture and tradition. Yet, your Japan holiday will be a revelation in modem travel. Hotels are in the American manner, with service per sonifying traditional Oriental courtesy and prices refreshingly low. Motoring is along beautiful, well-kept highways while "limited" fliers assure every rail convenience expected at home. As for flying, golf, riding, tennis - surprisingly modem accommodations are found here by the sportsmen of the world. SThe Japan Tourist Bureau, a non-commercial organization, offers the cooperation of its office in the States, as well as its vast facilities in Japan, without cost. It will plan your itinerary - supply all information - attend T to every detail - that your visit to "the All Year Paradise" may be en joyed to the fullest extent. The wonderlands of Japan, Korea, SManchuria and China are reached from the UnitedStates and Canada Sby the Nippon Tusen Kaisha, Osaka Shosen Kaisha, the American Mail Line,CamnadianPacificand theDollar AT StearmhpLine.ulonformation wll TO U RIST BU REA U be furnished by any of these Lines, any tourist agency, or by the Japan c/oJapanese Gov't R'lw'ys,1 Madison Ave., N.Y.C. Tourist Bureau. Write for booklet. c/o Nippon Yusen Kaisha, 545 Fifth Ave., N. Y. C .