Archive for January, 2013

Your advice was invaluable

Friday, January 25th, 2013

I am writing to thank Eri Tamai for her professional help with our bookings to Japan (January 2013).

We travelled with our family,  a group of 17. Eri’s patience, assistance and advise was invaluable.
Everything went to plan, from excellent hotels, chartered bus from Sapporo to Saharo.  We had some tight connections, and having the printout of the train/ferry timetables was of great assistance.
Japan, is an efficient, wonderful country to visit.
We have travelled to many parts of the world, and would thoroughly recommend Japan as a travel destination. We found JTB one of the most professional travel organisation we have used. Well done Eri.

Yours sincerely

Everything was terrific

Wednesday, January 23rd, 2013

Hi Olivia

We got back from Japan after a great (albeit hectic) trip. 
Everything went like clockwork, accomodation was good and well located,
train passes worked well – in fact everything was terrific.
Many thanks for arranging this.

With regards

Fantastic Skiing Holiday

Thursday, January 17th, 2013

Dear Yoshi,

We have just arrived back from our skiing holiday in Japan and it was fantastic!  The boys absolutely loved it and by the end of the week, were pros on the terrain park.  I started snowboarding for the first time and loved it.
Thanks for your help.


Will be in touch

Thursday, January 10th, 2013
Thanks so much Takuma!  I take it you received the payment I put through yesterday morning.
Thanks so much for your help with this booking, I really appreciate it! I will be in touch again, next time I have a client going to Japan!!!
Kind regards,


Professional Service

Thursday, January 10th, 2013

Good Morning Clement.

I received all travel documents for Mr. and Mrs. O.

Thank you for all help. You provided great service in a professional manner.

Thanks again for your assistance.

Have a good day.

Kind Regards, Lavinia


Only disappointment was a limited time

Wednesday, January 9th, 2013

Dear Mr Minamino

We are writing to thank you for your very valuable assiatance and advice in the preparations for our recent holiday in Japan.  All of the accommodations selected were most pleasant, with our favourites being the Aso Plaza Hotel for the staff’s friendly service, and the Nikko Kanaya Hotel for its superb location and style.

All of the accomodation locations and travel arrangements were very well coordinated, particularly assisted by the use of the JR Rail Passes, which exceeded our expectations and delivered us many hours of enjoyment on all classes of JR trains travelling through the country areas, and also convenient travel in the cities.

We can thoroughly recommend any visitor to Japan, who has the time, to take the JR tourist train journey from Kumamoto via Hitoyoshi and Yoshimatsu to Kagoshima.  This was a hightlight of our holiday, made all the more memorable by the JR train crew members conduct of this service.

We had considerable luck with only 2 days of rain during our stay, with 1 being in Nikko which was only light rain shrouding the temples and mountains in mist and only added to the solemnity and beauty of that place.

There were also 2 earthquakes (which we were aware of), the first a minor treamour in Sendai as we were moving from the railway station to the hotel (which was compensated for the next morning by a long shower of large, light snow flakes!)  and the second whilst travelling on the Shinkansen into Tokyo (and only noticeable because the train stopped and an announcement was made)

Although we did not get to a live Sumo match, we did manage to see most of the final seriesof matches on TV, becoming firm fans of the sport and spectacle. 

Our only disapointment in this holiday was that we had sucn a limited time, could not stay longer and had to leave before we had seen enough.  Should the opportunity come again for us to return to Japan and see more of your beautiful country, we weould be most pleased and appreciate if you were also available to assist us.

Many thanks and kind regards
Ian, Linda and Louse