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G20 HOST CITIES SPECIAL

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LIFE / Travel / G20 host cities special
Mar 5, 2019
Timeless hospitality welcomes international guests
Japan is gearing up to host its first-ever G20 Summit on June 28 and 29, as well as eight other ministerial meetings across several months.
LIFE / Travel / G20 host cities special
Mar 5, 2019
Prime Minister's message
Japan has finally assumed the G20 presidency for the very first time. Japan will host the G20 Osaka Summit on June 28 and 29. In addition to the G20 member countries, we will also welcome leaders of invited guest countries and head of invited guest international organizations.
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LIFE / Travel / G20 host cities special
Mar 5, 2019
A vibrant landscape of cultural dynamism
With a history of about 1,400 years and long flourishing as a commercial center, Osaka is never boring, with its mix of traditional and contemporary attractions.
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LIFE / Travel / G20 host cities special
Mar 5, 2019
Premium produce, delicious dishes
Niigata, which will host the Agriculture Ministers' Meeting on May 11 and 12, is known for many things, but premier Koshihikari rice is likely the prefecture's most notable product.
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LIFE / Travel / G20 host cities special
Mar 5, 2019
Japan's lively 'gateway to Asia'
Fukuoka, the biggest city in Kyushu and considered a gateway to Asia with its historical and geographical background, is a lively metropolis that has both urban and countryside charm with its fantastic shopping, eateries and abundant nature to explore.
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LIFE / Travel / G20 host cities special
Mar 5, 2019
Iconic mountain atop scientific attractions
The city of Tsukuba in Ibaraki Prefecture offers a unique combination of experiences for inbound travelers, capitalizing on its lush nature highlighted by famed Mount Tsukuba and an array of science facilities.
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LIFE / Travel / G20 host cities special
Mar 5, 2019
Resort town links East with West
Karuizawa, just an hour away by shinkansen from central Tokyo, is a longtime vacation destination for international residents living in the metropolitan area, whether it's to get away from the city's summer heat or experience its beautiful nature in milder seasons.
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LIFE / Travel / G20 host cities special
Mar 5, 2019
Onsen and castle grounds steeped in history
Matsuyama, which will host the Labour and Employment Ministers' Meeting on Sept. 1 and 2, is the biggest city on the island of Shikoku. The capital of Ehime Prefecture is known for the famous Dogo Onsen, which is regarded as Japan's oldest hot spring with a history dating back around 3,000 years, drawing...
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LIFE / Travel / G20 host cities special
Mar 5, 2019
Fruit meets fiction in classic tale's birthplace
Okayama Prefecture in the Chugoku region is a transport hub of western Japan that enjoys a yearlong mild climate thanks to its location on the Seto Inland Sea.
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LIFE / Travel / G20 host cities special
Mar 5, 2019
Picturesque nature on and off the slopes
Breathtaking scenery, world-class ski resorts and thrilling seasonal activities have made Kutchan, Hokkaido Prefecture, a top destination for travelers. It's thus fitting that from Oct. 25 to 26, Kutchan will host the Tourism Ministers' Meeting.
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Mar 5, 2019
Journey to the 'heart of Japan'
Situated between Tokyo and Osaka, Aichi Prefecture has been a bustling hub for traffic and trade throughout Japanese history, and the region is often referred to as "the heart of Japan" because of its rich culture and flourishing industries.

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