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Wednesday, 25th July 2012

Blog to Japan Competition

This competition is now closed InsideJapan Tours and Virgin Atlantic are launching a competition for an imaginative and creative blogger, plus blogging companion, to win a 19-night trip to Japan. Celebrating 12 successful years of presenting this enigmatic country to travellers, InsideJapan Tours now invites potential travellers to present their own 12 reasons or motivating factors to go to Japan, using innovative blogs, video, photographs and well-written copy. The winning blogger will be asked to blog their way across Japan and provide daily entries that feature heaps of visuals revealing the unique culture, land and soundscapes of The Land of the Rising Sun. Together, InsideJapan Tours and Virgin Atlantic will provide two people with return international flights, 19 nights’ accommodation, all domestic transfers including airport transfers and Tokyo transport passes, private guiding in several locations, daily breakfast and eight evening meals, taiko drumming, Geisha dance performances and more. The ‘Blog to Japan’ competition entry submission process is as follows: • Entrants must never have lived in Japan • Entrants must submit a ‘digital masterpiece’ giving twelve reasons why they and a companion should be chosen to travel to Japan courtesy of InsideJapan Tours and Virgin Atlantic. This could include their preconceptions of Japan; Japan-related experiences in the UK or why a particular location in Japan is of interest. • The closing date for submission of entries is 31 August 2012 • Entries to be submitted to blogtojapan@insidejapantours.com • InsideJapan Tours and Virgin Atlantic will choose the top three entries and ask Facebook fans to vote for the best one. Check http://www.insidejapantours.com/blog-to-japan for full details



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