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Tourist Tip #10: Three Links to Life in Japan

Planning a trip to Japan can seem a daunting task, but it really doesn't have to be. Deep Japan is full of useful articles that can help you decide where to go and see, what and what not to do, as well as how to do it.

In addition, Japan is a country and culture that in many ways is built on travel and tourism, and so goes out of its way to give tourists as much information as it can about the many beautiful places and events this country has to offer.

Here are three indispensable links to get you started. Not only are they practical for the incoming first-timer, they're also more than convenient for anyone living in Japan.

Japan National Tourism Organization's Official Website:
http://www.jnto.go.jp/

Tokyo Convention & Visitors Bureau's Official Website:
http://www.gotokyo.org/en/

Yokohama Convention & Visitors Bureau's Official Website:
http://www.yokohamajapan.com/

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