Amidst increased saturation of tourists in Japan's most well beaten path of Tokyo and Kyoto, H.I.S. is drawing travelers to farther-flung corners of the country with flight and hotel deals that are often more affordable, and of course much quicker, than rail travel. These destinations also happen to offer the more authentic, "off-the-beaten path" experiences that many travelers crave. Bundles of roundtrip flights from Tokyo with one night stays in Akita City start from only $99, with many other hotels to choose from in areas such as the ancient beech forest Shirakami Sanchi, the rustic, hidden hot springs of Nyuto Onsen, and the well-preserved samurai town of Kakunodate.
Those looking to learn more about traveling to Akita can visit the following page:
for PC: https://goo.gl/67wrCj
for smart phones: https://goo.gl/rgou9G
Those with inquiries can contact H.I.S.'s Los Angeles Branch for personalized service:
The present campaign is being held on H.I.S.'s Facebook page:
The campaign is scheduled to last until January 12th, 2017.
ABOUT H.I.S.: The American branch of one of Japan's biggest travel agencies, H.I.S. International Tours has multiple branches across the U.S. Their services range from fully escorted group tours to independent travel packages as well as flights, hotels, and other travel services to Japan and other destinations such as Hawaii, Dubai, and Bali. URL: http://www.hisgo.com/us/contents/index.aspx?lang=en
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SOURCE H.I.S. International Tours