Japanese television crews continue to pour into Greece and, with the assistance of the Greek Tourism Organisation (EOT), are producing…
Japanese television crews continue to pour into Greece and, with the assistance of the Greek Tourism Organisation (EOT), are producing programmes of travel-related, historic and educational interest.
During the months of July, August and September, the Japanese station TV Tokyo will air a programme titled Hunting a dream in the Aegean Sea, featuring four young men and women on a trip to Santorini.
The TBS channel, in conjunction with Unesco, will soon present a special focus on ancient Olympia and Athens via its popular The World Heritage show.
The journey of my soul – Greece: Looking for Dionysus – Ms Kayako Shiraishi is the title of a programme to be aired by the NHK satellite channel 2 in August. Kayako is a well-known Japanese actress and the show features her trip to Greece.
Meanwhile, the Yomiuri TV network will throw a brief spotlight on Greece in June with its five-minute show Someday, Somewhere.
Meanwhile, EOT`s advertising campaign, titled Greece. That`s life!, appeared in the Japanese corporate travel publication Travel Journal. A four-page supplement, produced by EOT`s office in Japan, highlighted the Athens Metro, the historic area of Mycenae, ancient Tyrinth and Patmos among other information aimed at business and independent travellers.
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