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10月26日からマニラで開催される、World travel expo2018の出展準備中。
(配布チラシの一部です)
是非会場にて紹介して欲しい方、英語版のパンプレットに限りうけつけます!

WTE#gokyusyu#jbm-bc#primerph #iamrobidomingo#kazsawamura#anc#kumamoto#シークルーズ #リゾラテラス #福伸#海鮮蔵#ドルフィンクルーズ #goamakusa#仙巌園#桜島#砂湯里#城山ホテル#天草エアライン#五足の靴#天空の船 #jnto#苓州屋#吉次園#田中畜産#唐船峡#

10月26日からマニラで開催される、World travel expo2018の出展準備中。 (配布チラシの一部です) 是非会場にて紹介して欲しい方、英語版のパンプレットに限りうけつけます! WTE#gokyusyu#jbm-bc#primerph #iamrobidomingo#kazsawamura#anc#kumamoto#シークルーズ #リゾラテラス #福伸#海鮮蔵#ドルフィンクルーズ #goamakusa#仙巌園#桜島#砂湯里#城山ホテル#天草エアライン#五足の靴#天空の船 #jnto#苓州屋#吉次園#田中畜産#唐船峡# #砂湯里   #海鮮蔵   #ドルフィンクルーズ   #goamakusa   #吉次園  

Our recent Japan Trip would never be possible without the help of Miss Prauline Lorena, organizer of the said contest and Editor-in-Chief of the Philippine Primer Magazine. Special mention to Mr. Ogawa for making all the arrangements possible. 🤗

I just happened to watch Robi Domingo’s Travelogue Documentary on ANC regarding the Hidden Christians of Japan. Out of curiosity I googled the said documentary and stumbled upon their promotion regarding a poll contest that would entitle the winner a free travel to Japan for two! I felt like I needed to win this since our last trip to Japan with my husband made me want to go back to Japan as soon as possible. I submitted my essay entry and just tried my luck. After almost two months, I was reached through FB by Miss Prau herself informing me that I won the said contest! I can still remember my reaction after reading Miss Prau’s message. 🙈
I was so kilig that I was screaming like a child until I ran out of breath. I couldn’t be more grateful! Thank you so so much for letting me experience a travel of a lifetime! 💞

Thank you so much Miss Prau, Mr. Ogawa, and to everyone behind the said contest for this once in a lifetime experience. ❤️ This trip was definitely one for the books and I can really say that I look forward to sharing this experience to my future children and grandchildren. ❤️ #oneluckygirl #blessed #grateful #thankgodforeverything #tomorememories #tomoretravels #goamakusa #philippineprimermagazine #annetravels

Our recent Japan Trip would never be possible without the help of Miss Prauline Lorena, organizer of the said contest and Editor-in-Chief of the Philippine Primer Magazine. Special mention to Mr. Ogawa for making all the arrangements possible. 🤗 I just happened to watch Robi Domingo’s Travelogue Documentary on ANC regarding the Hidden Christians of Japan. Out of curiosity I googled the said documentary and stumbled upon their promotion regarding a poll contest that would entitle the winner a free travel to Japan for two! I felt like I needed to win this since our last trip to Japan with my husband made me want to go back to Japan as soon as possible. I submitted my essay entry and just tried my luck. After almost two months, I was reached through FB by Miss Prau herself informing me that I won the said contest! I can still remember my reaction after reading Miss Prau’s message. 🙈 I was so kilig that I was screaming like a child until I ran out of breath. I couldn’t be more grateful! Thank you so so much for letting me experience a travel of a lifetime! 💞 Thank you so much Miss Prau, Mr. Ogawa, and to everyone behind the said contest for this once in a lifetime experience. ❤️ This trip was definitely one for the books and I can really say that I look forward to sharing this experience to my future children and grandchildren. ❤️ #oneluckygirl #blessed #grateful #thankgodforeverything #tomorememories #tomoretravels #goamakusa #philippineprimermagazine #annetravels #blessed   #philippineprimermagazine   #goamakusa   #thankgodforeverything   #tomorememories  

This is not the usual place where tourists would want to go whenever visiting Japan. This place is 360 degrees different from what Japan’s Urban Vibes has to offer. This place is very quiet, laidback, and has little population that only local buses are their means of public transportation. No trains, and it can’t be reached by google map! Also, local buses have timetables so better ask at Hondo Bus Terminal (for the timetable details if you don’t know how to read and speak Japanese, it’s really a must!) if you are trying to pay a visit. Despite all the language barrier and difficulty in transportation, Amakusa has a lot of beautiful spots to offer! From scenic seaside roads to lush green mountains, this place is a hidden gem waiting to be discovered! Amakusa is part of Kumamoto Prefecture in the Northern Kyushu region. Amakusa has many islands connected by five golden bridges to the mainland Kumamoto. But what’s more special in this place is that this is where the hidden Christians in Japan took refuge during the oppression of Christianity under the Edo Period. This place is very interesting for those curious minds of Japan’s Christian population despite its strong religious roots in Buddhism and Shintoism. 
Weather is fine during our visit but it drizzled during our 2nd and 3rd day causing us to move or cancel some of our proposed itinerary.

More photos and stories to tell on my next posts! 😉

Ps. This bridge is where the bus stops if you want to visit the Shimoda Hot Spring. 
#goamakusa #amakusa #kumamoto #kyushu #japan #instagramjapan #japantravel #japanne2018 #annetravels2018 #japanspring2018

This is not the usual place where tourists would want to go whenever visiting Japan. This place is 360 degrees different from what Japan’s Urban Vibes has to offer. This place is very quiet, laidback, and has little population that only local buses are their means of public transportation. No trains, and it can’t be reached by google map! Also, local buses have timetables so better ask at Hondo Bus Terminal (for the timetable details if you don’t know how to read and speak Japanese, it’s really a must!) if you are trying to pay a visit. Despite all the language barrier and difficulty in transportation, Amakusa has a lot of beautiful spots to offer! From scenic seaside roads to lush green mountains, this place is a hidden gem waiting to be discovered! Amakusa is part of Kumamoto Prefecture in the Northern Kyushu region. Amakusa has many islands connected by five golden bridges to the mainland Kumamoto. But what’s more special in this place is that this is where the hidden Christians in Japan took refuge during the oppression of Christianity under the Edo Period. This place is very interesting for those curious minds of Japan’s Christian population despite its strong religious roots in Buddhism and Shintoism. Weather is fine during our visit but it drizzled during our 2nd and 3rd day causing us to move or cancel some of our proposed itinerary. More photos and stories to tell on my next posts! 😉 Ps. This bridge is where the bus stops if you want to visit the Shimoda Hot Spring. #goamakusa #amakusa #kumamoto #kyushu #japan #instagramjapan #japantravel #japanne2018 #annetravels2018 #japanspring2018 #japanspring2018   #goamakusa   #amakusa   #annetravels2018   #japanne2018  

Waiting game. 🚌 💡Trivia: Did you know that Amakusa is the hideout of Christians during the Edo period in Japan? Many Christian faithfuls pray in secret since the order of prohibition of Christianity by the government in Japan. The Shimabara Rebellion was the outcry of the Christian faithfuls together with the farmers who wanted to fight for what they believe.

#shoefie #goamakusa #goamakusajapan #amakusa #kumamoto #landofthelivingfaith #hiddenchristiansinjapan #japan #japanne2018 #annetravels2018

Waiting game. 🚌 💡Trivia: Did you know that Amakusa is the hideout of Christians during the Edo period in Japan? Many Christian faithfuls pray in secret since the order of prohibition of Christianity by the government in Japan. The Shimabara Rebellion was the outcry of the Christian faithfuls together with the farmers who wanted to fight for what they believe. #shoefie #goamakusa #goamakusajapan #amakusa #kumamoto #landofthelivingfaith #hiddenchristiansinjapan #japan #japanne2018 #annetravels2018 #goamakusa   #amakusa   #annetravels2018   #shoefie   #goamakusajapan