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Traducteur-interprète né à Aomori en 1967, je vous fais découvrir ma belle région natale.
J’ai fait mes études littéraires à Tokyo et à Montpellier, et j’ai vécu presque vingt ans dans les pays plus ou moins francophones : en France, en Algérie et au Congo. Je travaillais en tant qu’interprète pour les projets de construction. De retour au Japon, j’ai obtenu le certificat national de guide interprète pour les touristes francophones.
Le gouvernement n’était pas trop enthousiaste pour accueillir les touristes étrangers auparavant, mais il a désormais changé de politique, et on constate aujourd’hui une grande affluence de touristes notamment des pays asiatiques. Pourtant, le nombre des touristes francophones reste très peu à part dans les régions de Tokyo et de Kyoto, les zones urbaines par excellence. Toutefois, il n’y a pas que de grandes villes dans ce pays. Le Japon, c’est aussi la nature et la campagne. La région du Nord-Est (Tohoku), dont Aomori est une des villes représentatives, garde bien le côté rural qui reste assez méconnu aux touristes étrangers. C'est une région charmante bien qu'elle soit délaissée par le développement industriel et qu’elle soit d'un point de vue caricatural un pays des laissés-pour-compte.
De toute façon, j'aime cette région tranquille et j'espère que vous partagerez ma passion.
My name is Akiko, national licensed English-speaking tour guide. I'd be happy to help you in your adventure in Japan. I love traveling myself, and I actually traveled extensively in the world and also within Japan. I am interested in history, archaeology, and culture. So I believe I can be good company as well while being your guide. I love to meet new people because there is always something new to learn from them. And I enjoy learning new things.
I was born and raised in the city of Hachinohe in Aomori Prefecture which is located in the northern tip of the main island Honshu in Japan. I lived in Tokyo and worked with Americans for 30 years, and recently moved back to my hometown where I belong.
I can offer you a tour in Akita and Iwate as well. There are so many interesting destinations in Japan. Please come and visit Tohoku (northern Japan) where you can enjoy Japanese real local life and people. Looking forward to meeting you soon!
Hi,I'm living in Hokkaido,Japan.teaching English everyday,and sometimes working as a tour conductor or a tour guide both for Japanese and for foreign customers.
and am a ski instructor in winter. So I can guide you to the many wonderful ski resort here in Hokkaido! My hobbies are tennis, swimming, movies, reading,and I am interested in history and culture. Hokkaido has so many attractive spots like beautiful nature, hot springs, active experience, and delicious seafood restaurant.I've been to Hawaii, Australia,Koria,and had exchange students from Canada for two months at my house several times.and I can offer you Kimono wearing experience.Hope having great fun experience together!.
Hi! My name is Toru. I am a certified English speaking tour guide in Japan and I have lived in the United States for 11 years.
I am a thoughtful, easy-going person who knows how to entertain guests with a great sense of humor and knowledge of Japanese culture.
My main guiding area is Aomori prefecture (northern tip of the main island).
Aomori is well known for its summer festival called the "Nebuta". At this festival, massive lantern floats illustrating various forms are paraded through the streets of Aomori city. Taiko drummers, flute musicians and Nebuta dancers go along with the floats enhancing the livelihood of the festival.
Besides the festival, Aomori has many things to offer such as cherry blossoms at Hirosaki castle, Jormon ruins, Oirase gorge and much more. Also, Aomori is famous for its delicious apples and abundance of seafood.
Currently I live in Aomori prefecture but I was born and raised in Osaka city. Therefore, I am familiar with the Kansai region (western part of Japan), especially Osaka, Kyoto, Nara, and Kobe. There are so many old temples, shrines, and other historically significant structures in this region. I know where to go, what to see and delicious foods only known to the locals.
I can be accommodating of your tour plan and aim to exceed your specific needs.
I'm sure to be able to provide you with a memorable trip during your stay in Japan.