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Chiba Prefecture Mascot “CHI-BA+KUN” Introducing Chiba Attractions to Taiwan on Facebook

April 7, 2018 Destination North Asia No Comments Email Email

The Chiba Prefectural Government has opened a Facebook page featuring the prefecture’s mascot CHI-BA+KUN, named “CHI-BA+KUN Taiwan Fan Club,” dispatching information and introducing the prefecture’s attractions in an effort to increase the prefecture’s name recognition and improve its image in Taiwan.

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(1) CHI-BA+KUN introduced Chiba’s attractions at the Taoyuan Agriculture Expo on April 22.
“I stood on stage with Taoyuan city’s mascots Tao & Yuango and others. It was a lot of fun,” CHI-BA+KUN said on the page.

(2) CHI-BA+KUN to introduce “Japanese Heritage: An Edo Travelogue through Four Hokuso Cities — Reliving Edo in Hokuso’s Historical Districts.”
– Sakura: Sakura Autumn Festival
http://www.sakura-maturi.jp/about/index.html
– Narita: Narita Shikisai Sai (Narita festivals in four seasons)
http://www.nrtk.jp/translate/index.php?lang=en&path=/enjoy/shikisaisai/index.html
– Katori: Big Float Festival of Sawara
http://www.city.katori.lg.jp/sightseeing/multilingual/en/en-matsuri.html
– Choshi: Choshi Electric Railway
http://www.choshi-dentetsu.jp/

(3) CHI-BA+KUN celebrated his 11th birthday on January 11. A birthday party for CHI-BA+KUN was held at Mitsui Outlet Park Kisarazu in the Chiba Prefecture city of Kisarazu.

(4) CHI-BA+KUN introduced the tourist attractions of the Chiba Prefecture city of Minamiboso on March 14, including a park where visitors can enjoy picking flowers and viewing a scenic park.
– “Tomiura Biwa Club,” a roadside station in Minamiboso, has the area’s largest field mustard garden on its premises. Visitors can also enjoy picking strawberries and loquats at the facility.
http://www.biwakurabu.jp/10point/index.html
– Approximately one million poppies are in full bloom at Tateyama Family Park’s flower-picking field.

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