Works About Tokyo & Osaka Luxury Shopping Guidebook
27th, September 2018 Issue Vol.30
Both the National Day (National Foundation Day) and Spring Festival (Lunar New Year) are said to be two major tourist seasons in China, and many tourists to Japan can be expected during these periods. In this issue, we will introduce watches and jewelry of new release collections for tourists visiting to Japan during these two long holiday seasons which are recommended by popular journalists who works in Japan. Also, we will provide a shopping model guide to make a tour around spots representing Japan such as Ginza, Nihombashi, Marunouchi and Omotesanndo in a single day with easy-to-see approach.
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Tokyo & Osaka Luxury Shopping Guidebook is a periodical publication by Diamond-Big Co., Ltd., the publisher of Globe-Trotter Travel Guidebooks. It was first published in September 2010 as a special issue of Good Luck Trip, a free magazine catering to foreign tourists visiting Japan.
Targeting mainly Chinese and other foreign tourists, the free magazine is published quarterly. It covers latest news on apparels, cosmetics, jewelries, watches, department stores, select shops, etc. and introduces information on limited editions and other hot shopping information in a friendly Chinese (simplified) and English bilingual format.
In addition to distribution at airports, hotels & residences, tourist centers for foreigners, commercial facilities, etc., this pioneering magazine in the inbound magazine market reaches out to as many tourists as possible by having staffs directly distributing the copies on the streets of Ginza, Omotesando, Shinjuku and Shinsaibashi, Ebisubashi.
|Media Overview (as of September 2015)|
||B5-sized and saddle-stitched booklet consisting of 52 - 68 pages|
||Scheduled to be issued quarterly (late March, early June, late September, and late December)|
Each issue is available and distributed for about three months.
|Languages||Bilingual (Simplified Chinese and English)|
||Airports, hotels, tourist centers for foreigners, department stores, sightseeing spots in Tokyo and Osaka * Copies are available also at travel agency counters in China for prospective travelers|
||Tokyo (Ginza, Omotesando, Shinjuku) Osaka (Shinsaibashi, Ebisubashi)|