Sydney, New South Wales, Australia - Japan Rail Pass Now, a leading Australian travel agent who specialise in travel to Japan, announced today the launch of their exclusive Japan Travel Guide eBook. The guide combines expert travel writing and stunning imagery to give customers insightful information on culture, experiences, history and insider destination guides.
The Japan Travel Guide features a range of topics which includes: country overview, top 20 things to do, general travel information, destination guides, sample itineraries, experiences, and a learning section.
“We’re thrilled to launch our Japan Travel Guide after 12 months of research and planning. We’ve been working tirelessly to ensure that we can provide great content and really enhance our customers experience in Japan,” said Adam McKnight, Managing Director, Japan Rail Pass Now. “We’re also pleased to announce that all customers that book online through our website will receive a copy for free.”
Destination guides include: Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka , Yokohama, Hiroshima, Nara, Takayama, Fukuoka, Kobe, Nagoya, Kamakura, Sendai, Sapporo, Okinawa, Nikko, Nagano, Nagasaki, Hakone, Kagoshima and Kanazawa.
The price of the travel guide eBook will be introduced at AU$9.99 for individual sale. All online orders via the Japan Rail Pass Now website will receive the eBook complementary. It will be available for download or it can be viewed in an online magazine format.
Japan Rail Pass Now is a Sydney-based travel agency specialising in the Japan Rail Pass. Founded in 2010, they have been able to provide customers with simple and knowledgeable information on the Japan Rail Pass.
For more information please visit www.japanrailpass.com.au
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