Japan – An Economical Travel Opportunity for 1932… (Feb, 1932)

Japan – An Economical Travel Opportunity for 1932…

Ceremonials out of the 6th Century offer one key to the real life of Japan today—fast limited trains and the great hotels offer another! 1932 visitors may enjoy it all—the ancient and the modem—at unexpected low cost on a series of inclusive tours prepared by the Japan Tourist Bureau, a noncommercial organization.

On a 14-day trip you may enjoy Yokohama, Tokyo, Kyoto, Kobe, see Miyanoshita, Nikko and the Kamakura Buddha, motor to Fujiyama, feed the sacred deer at Nara, glimpse the choicest regions of the Empire. In 21, 28, 35 of more days, wider territory may he covered at correspondingly low cost. All tours may be made independently or with a courier.

Visit Japan in 1932. Steamship fares are lowest in the world, considering service and the distance traveled. Hotels and living expenses are most reasonable. Start your plans by sending for illustrated literature describing the above tours.

Japan, Korea, Manchuria and China are reached from the United States and Canada by the Nippon Yusen Kaisha, Osaka Shosen Kaisha, Canadian Pacific, the American Mail Line and the Dollar Steamship Line. Full information will be furnished by any of these Lines, any tourist agency, or by the Japan Tourist Bureau c/o Japanese Gov’t Railways, One Madison Ave., NYC .or c/o Nippon Yusen Kaisha, 545 Fifth Ave, NYC

Japan Tourist Bureau

3 comments
  1. Hirudinea says: April 9, 20124:43 pm

    Or wait 15 years and the government will send you there for free.

  2. Zeppflyer says: April 10, 20126:05 am

    Beat me to it!

  3. Tim Crow says: April 11, 201211:48 am

    As a bonus, we’ve recently added Manchuria to our travel packages, and soon we will be offering tours of many Pacific islands!

Submit comment

You must be logged in to post a comment.