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Spectacular DVD videos - You'll see the breathtaking scenery of Mount Fuji and Miya-jima. Explore Japans best castles, ski resorts, relaxing hot springs, beautiful gardens, and its unique culture a land of kimonos, the tea ceremony, sushi, cherry blossoms, elegant Geisha and powerful Samurai. Shop in Ginza; see Tokyos exciting nightlife, exquisite temples in Kyoto and Kamakura, Nikkos shrines, plus wildlife such as "Snow Monkeys". Climb Mount Fuji and join in Japanese weddings and festivals.
Japan A Unique Blend of the Past and Future Youll see how Japan has developed the worlds best automobiles and consumer electronics and why its the ideal travel site for Americans.
Incredible Travel Planner - See the videos and then plan your trip to one of the worlds safest countries.
I now know of a few locations that are on my visit list thanks to this DVD.
Instead, there are lots of shaky hand-held shots, and it seems the only filming technique they know is to focus up close and then zoom out.
Japanese women married with Americans and have lived in the States for many decades could feel homesick.
I really liked this DVD of Japan....It showed many scenes from all over Japan ..It was beautiful....It was well done.. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jerry A. Wappula
This was a decent DVD, but it could've been so much better if they tried harder. The video quality was poor- it looked like one of those 1970's educational videos. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Leonard
This is an excellent video. It has given me great insight and has helped me to plan my itinerary when traveling to JapanPublished 2 months ago by Rich Eddy
This was a very interesting DVD and the scenery was beautiful. Just do not watch with someone who speaks a little Japanese. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Brenda H.
I guess for $10, I shouldn't complain, but I found this video annoying from end to end and sometimes even offensive. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Don Ulin
I would have liked it more if the DVD would shown the inside of some of the palaces. I would have liked to see a complete tea ceremony.Published 23 months ago by Qigong