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Author:Bob Gavey, Issue: December 1999, Topic: Tsukuba web guides

Here's something I think everyone will find useful and interesting: The Tokyo English Information Page http://www2.gol.com/users/pbw/#japan. The links on this page are really good! I especially recommend the Expert on Travel Planner to work out a train route to anywhere in Japan (including the fare).

The Tsukuba Information Center has established a new bilingual web site with a variety of information on Tsukuba, including video on demand. The web site is http://www.info-tsukuba.org/. Have fun surfing.

<< Outdoor Daruma Market: December 1999 | Master Index | Translated from Latin Scroll Dated 2BC >>


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