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Message from Foreign Tourists in Kyoto (April)

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Friday, April 29th, 2011
Love Kyoto and recommend to come.
England
Anthony (left) and Tracy
(at Gion Night Walk)




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Friday, April 29th, 2011
がんばっペ! 東北 (Gambappe! TOHOKU!)
Ms. Kimberley Bthnile
Newzealand (residence of Fukushima)
(at Gion Night Walk)




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Friday, April 29th, 2011
Come to Kyoto. It's lovely.
Australia
Ms. F. Caldwell
(at Gion Night Walk)




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Friday, April 29th, 2011
We have had a wonderful honeymoon in Japan. We recommend it highly!
England
Kate and Metin
(at Gion Night Walk)




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Friday, April 29th, 2011
Come to beautiful Kyoto!
Singapore
Wni, Andley, Suat
(at Gion Night Walk)




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Friday. April 29th, 2011
Please don't let the recent earthquake in Japan stop you visiting. We have had a marvelous 4 weeks and hope to come back. Our thoughts are prayers, are with the people of Japan at this time.
England
Barrie and Marilyn
(at Gion Night Walk)




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Friday, April 29th, 2011
We have had a wonderful time here in Japan.
India
Chandrasekar, Shankar, Brijesh,Vineethand Sriram (from left)
(at Gion Night Walk)




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Wednesday, April 27th,2011
Kyoto - A beautiful, welcoming city. Come and join in the fun.
Australia
Ms. Ellia Byron (left)
(at Gion Night Walk)




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Wednesday, April 27th,2011
Come to Japan. Do not worry, you will be in safe hands.
Australia
Ms. Hannah (third from left)
(at Gion Night Walk)




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Wednesday, April 27th,2011
Having a fantastic time in Japan. Come and visit.
Australia
Mr. Davy (second from left)
(at Gion Night Walk)




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Wednesday, April 27th,2011
Kyoto is such a beautiful city with so many fascinating things to discover. It's well worth a visit. And none of the beauty has been tawsed by the earthquake.
Australia
Mr. Ash (third from right)
(at Gion Night Walk)




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Wednesday, April 27th, 2011
Booked our holiday two weeks before the earthquake and tsunami and decided to come. Tokyo was fine-felt very safe and are glad we haven't missed out our Japan adventure.
Mr. Gus and Ms. Marinee (couple on the right)
(at Gion Night Walk)




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Monday, April 25th, 2011
I stay in Japan since last November.
Kansai area is safe as same as most part of Japan.
Please visit Japan, enjoy your time and support in that way the people here.
Germany
Mr. Judo (on the left)
(at Gion Night Walk)




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Monday, April 25th, 2011
We had no worries at all about coming to Kyoto.
We wanted to support Japan by coming here after the earthquake.
Canada
Ms. Carina (front row, on the left with sun glasses) Mr. John (on the right)
(at Gion Night Walk)




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Monday, April 25th, 2011
I'm very glad I came to Japan to travel.
It's an amazing country and very safe.
It's easier to travel than most of Europe.
People should come here to support people.
Australia
Ms.Colleen (the woman in front row wearing scarf)
(at Gion Night Walk)




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Monday, April 25th, 2011
Beautiful city is Kyoto under night sky.
Nothing diminished.
Philippines
Mr. Martin (the man on the back row, on the right)
(at Gion Night Walk)




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Monday, April 25th, 2011
Kyoto is so beautiful.
I love the culture and the history.
The people are welcoming.
Philippines
Mr.Javier (the man on the right)
(at Gion Nitht Walk)




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Friday, April 22nd, 2011
Kyoto was and is beautiful and amazing! It's a Japanese cultural Disneyland.
Come and enjoy!
U.S.
Ms. Jenn (the woman on the left end)
(at Gion Night Walk)




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Friday, April 22nd, 2011
Thank you for inviting to join your tour.
U.S.
Ms. Bonny (the woman on the center wearing white cloth)
(at Gion Night Walk)




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Friday, April 22nd, 2011
Very interesting tour. We learnt a lot and actually saw some geisha, which was awesome! Would recommend it to other visitors.
U.K.
Ms.Amber, Ms.Deidre and Mr. David (from the right from the woman on the center wearing white clothing)
(at Gion Night Walk)




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Thursday, April 21st, 2011
As we are staying in Kochi prefecture and know we are far away enough from Fukushima, we can say that the western Japan is quite safe to travel and no risks.
We are going to meet "Ninja" in Kyoto that our children really look forward to.
Sweden
Magnus & Johanna
(at Kyoto Tourism Association Visitor Information Center)




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Wednesday, April 20th, 2011
Kyoto has been untouched by the earthquake and it's absolutely beautiful.
Malaysia
Mr. Ahnaf
(at Gion Night Walk)




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Wednesday, April 20th, 2011
So glad, we went ahead with our visit to Japan - so beautiful, absolutely safe. We love Kyoto! And we'll be back!
Australia
Ms. Megan Baker, Mr. Mike Driver, Mrs. Karen Darren, Mr. Ian Driver (from left)
(at Gion Night Walk)


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Wednesday, April 20th, 2011
Kyoto is lovely! Please come and see what we have seen. We've had a great time!
Britain
Mr. Peter, Mrs. Kazuko, Mr. Edward (from left)
(at Gion Night Walk)




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Wednesday, April 20th, 2011
Kyoto is beautiful. Please come!
Australia
Ms. Alex(left)
(at Gion Night Walk)




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Wednesday, April 20th, 2011
Please come and visit Kyoto. It is a wonderful place!
U.K.
Mr. Joe(right)
(at Gion Night Walk)




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Wednesday, April 20th, 2011
Kyoto is still a place to visit.
U.K.
Mr. Ner Pobemts
(at Gion Night Walk)




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Wednesday, April 20th, 2011
The U.S. government announced a warming against traveling to Japan. It was really shocking to see terrible situation in the eastern Japan on TV in our country, but as we researched we knew that Kansai region is quite away from the devastated area and confirmed it is safe to visit.
We flew in Narita Airport and found people lived and worked ordinary life without difficulty even in Tokyo though it is much closer to the devastated area. We are staying in Kyoto for 5 months and have no concerns and worries about our stay.
U.S.
Jane & Thomas
(at Kyoto City Tourism Association Visitor Information Center)




Tuesday, April 19th, 2011
・I came to Kyoto as we knew western Japan is safe. I feel that Japan should announce to foreign tourists that western Japan is really safe to travel.
・Travel information released by the Australian government says Japan is under the high degree of caution but I researched and confirmed that it is safe, and it actually is.
・We supposed to come as a group but all other members canceled the trip. Only I came and I am going to visit Kyoto, Nara, Hiroshima and Tokyo.
・I didn't stay in Tokyo overnight and use the Kansai International Airport (didn't use the Narita Airport)
・I really look forward to Miyako Odori, shows at the Gion Corner, Noh theater play and Kaiseki cuisine.
Australia
Female
(at Kyoto City Tourism Association Visitor Information Center)




Monday, April 18th, 2011
It was an excellent tour! We had a great time. We only knew about the world of Geiko in the movie of "Memoirs of a geisha," but we could learn more on this tour while having a lot of fun.
U.K.
Female
(at Kyoto City Tourism Association Visitor Information Center)




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