Take a virtual trip to the Land of the Rising Sun with Japan Fiesta 2021

Published November 10, 2021, 4:38 PM

by John Legaspi

You can even win plane tickets to Japan!

If there is one country in every Filipino’s travel bucket list, that would be Japan. Known for its rich culture and tech innovation, the Land of the Rising Sun is a nation where the past and the future happily co-exist. And during the holiday season, it illuminates amid its snowy white surroundings with lights and cheers everywhere, making it a must-visit place to celebrate Christmas.

Now if you’ve been wanting to see Japan for years, here’s a chance for you to immerse yourself with its wonderful culture, amazing food, and breathtaking tourist attractions through a virtual trip. Japan Fiesta 2021 Christmas Edition is the perfect online event for those who want to know more about everything Japanese. Happening from Nov. 20 to Dec. 11, 2021, every Saturday from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m., the online event, live on Facebook and YouTube, allows everyone to explore endless possibilities Japan has in store for tourists.

Awesome prizes, such as plane tickets to Japan, iPad tablets, and Donpen plushies, will be given away to lucky participants after the fun-filled games and performances by Aisaku Yokogawa, Toni Gonzaga-Soriano, Robi Domingo, Erich Gonzales, MNL48, Zendee Rose Tenerefe, Alodía Gosiengfiao, Mona Gonzales, Gretchen Ho, Jerrold Pete Mangliwan, Fumiya Sankai, and AC Bonifacio.

Japan Fiesta 2021 poster

“As Christmas draws near, we believe that one of the best gifts that we can give others is the gift of friendship and there’s no better way of celebrating the season than by doing so with some of your favorite celebrities and other famous personalities, with awesome prizes and surprises to boot,” Japan Fiesta Committee says. “With the world slowly, but surely healing from the devastating effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re hoping that everything will return to normal soon so we can start exploring the world again.”

This event is brought by the Embassy of Japan in the Philippines, Japan National Tourism Organization, The Japan Foundation, The Japanese Association Manila, Inc., and The Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Philippines Inc.

For more information, visit japanfiesta.ph.

 
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