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Visit Japan – Post From Japan

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13:33 PM | 29 May 2013
by Jim Compton-hall
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This award winning work rewards existing tourists for sharing their photos of Japan on Facebook with free internet access.

"Since the catastrophe in spring 2011 Japan have lost 36 percent of their tourists."

Michal Sitkiewicz and Kristofer Salsborn came up with this neat idea to get them back.

This award winning work rewards existing tourists for sharing their photos of Japan on Facebook (with free internet access), thereby promoting the most idyllic, exciting and interesting parts of the country to countless other people.

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