You wonder about our life in Japan? Our inbound travel manager, DUVAL Sébastien, has started sharing his thoughts and adventures on Twitter (@sebastienplus) on 01 January 2016 for his family, friends and colleagues but kept the access open for all the fans of Japan… Have a look now then click the “Follow” button if you like what you see :)
You have questions about one of his photos, visits, suggestions, etc.? Tweet him in English, French or Japanese language!
The Yes in Japan team particularly recommends this Twitter account to those who know the basics of Japan, have already visited Tokyo and Kyoto, and prepare their second (third, fourth…) trip to Japan because Sébastien has been living in Asia for more than 12 years and often visits exceptional destinations, tastes diverse Japanese foods and tries various traditional activities!
A couple of French-speaking tourists in Tokyo e-mailed our Yes in Japan French manager (always glad to help people in trouble) to thank him for helping them order their lunch at a Japanese restaurant without English menu and without English-speaking staff then recommending Ebisudo Gallery near Jimbocho station (Chiyoda ward, Tokyo) to buy beautiful “Japanese paintings” (ukiyo-e woodblock prints in fact) at a reasonable price. They found the art shop with our Get Japan map of Jimbocho area, loved the gallery and its shopkeeper, and bought 2 ukiyo-e :)
Our inbound travel manager, Mr. Sébastien DUVAL, attended this Saturday an interesting seminar about the future of Japan’s tourism industry organized in Tokyo by the Japanese Business School of Travel Industry. The participants discussed domestic, inbound and outbound travel. To know more, read Mr. Duval’s short note “BSTI & JAPAN’S TRAVEL INDUSTRY seminar at Trajal Hospitality & Tourism College“.
You plan a trip in Japan and are curious about our team? Meet our travel agent helping foreigners coming to Japan, Mr. DUVAL Sébastien, through his recent blog post “Now inbound travel manager in Tokyo at the Japanese travel agency Travel Stand Japan“! If you have questions, he will be happy to answer :)
10+ years of study and work in Asia (mainly Tokyo and Seoul) plus numerous trips helped him know Japan and the Japanese culture quite well. Besides, he speaks English, French and Japanese, and is preparing the exam to become a Licensed Interpreter Guide in Japan… There should be no problem :)