Traveling to Japan in 2020 | Palo Alto
More than a half century ago Japan became the first Asian country to host the Olympic Games. The Tokyo 2020 Games, now less than 12 months away, will not only be a global celebration of sport, unifying the world in our shared love for competition and excellence, but also a national celebration of Japan as it emerges from three decades of struggle and change.
If you want a ring-side seat to history in the making, but are confused and daunted by the challenges of booking a flight to Japan, finding a hotel and buying tickets to Olympic events, please join us on August 27 from 5:30 at the offices of Squires Patton Boggs in Palo Alto for a special presentation by the Japan National Tourism Organization. Kay Cuellar, Deputy Manager of the JNTO office in Los Angeles, will reveal tips on how to get the most out of a trip to Japan in general as well as explain the process as it now stands for booking travel, reserving hotels and purchasing tickets for the 2020 Olympic Games.
Whether you are going to the Summer Games or wish to enjoy the many wonders of Japan at a less crowded time, don’t miss this program which will be filled with valuable information!
Date: August 27, 2019 (Tuesday)
JSNC Members $10 | Non-members: $20 (Japanese Buffet Dinner included)
Squire Patton Boggs
1801 Page Mill Rd. #110
Palo Alto, CA
NO WALK-INS. REGISTRATION CLOSES ON TUESDAY, AUGUST 27 AT 10:30 AM.
Japan National Tourism Organization
Los Angeles Office
Kay Cuellar is Deputy Manager specializing in marketing and communications for the Japan National Tourism Organization, the national tourism board of Japan which acts as an information desk for international travelers to Japan. A UCLA alum who previously lived in the Ibaraki prefecture, she has spent the last four plus years promoting the destination to American travelers from JNTO’s Los Angeles office. She especially enjoys introducing travelers to off-the-beaten-path locations and unique local experiences that can be had in Japan.
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