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A Special Guide for Japanese Tourists will be Published in the Khabarovsk Territory
31.05.2019 10:54
A Special Guide for Japanese Tourists will be Published in the Khabarovsk Territory

A special guidebook will be published for residents of Japan traveling in the Khabarovsk Territory.

      According to the tourism department of the regional ministry of culture, the publication will presumably include information about the national village of Sikachi-Alyan and the petroglyphs that are located there. It will also include interesting facts about the Amur cliff, the museums  of Grodekov and the Far Eastern art, about squares, monuments of architecture and temples of Khabarovsk.

      Japanese residents often choose the Russian Far East for their travels. For their convenience, a guidebook has been published that includes information about the cities of the Russian Far East and Siberia.   It is planned that the new guide will be distributed in Japan travel agencies.

      According to the committee, in 2018 more than 4 thousand people from Japan visited the Khabarovsk Territory. Often, guests from the Land of the Rising Sun prefer sightseeing tours in Khabarovsk, gastronomic tours and master classes. They are interested in the life and culture of the small peoples of the North.

      In the Khabarovsk Territory, more than 150 routes and excursions of ecological, ethnographic, cultural, educational, adventure, industrial orientation have been developed. In the direction of ethnographic tourism, weekend tours with a visit to the “Campsites of Kindreds” in the village of Sikachi-Alyan, ethnographic routes to the places of traditional existence of indigenous peoples are popular.

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Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Khabarovsk Territory Russian regions    

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