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TOURISM: In order to attract tourists the Kansai Tourism Bureau has made a concerted effort to spread knowledge about the prefecture’s rich cultural heritage in their promotional campaigns and partnered with United Airlines to host a Media Familiarization Tour from Jan. 11-15. Jolene Toves/The Guam Daily Post
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