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KYOTO, JAPAN. July 7, 2014 — IAM Group Japan Ltd, a fully-licensed and bonded travel agency in Japan, is positioning its core business to revolutionize the online travel industry. The company is soon to launch a proprietary digital order ticket system, video conferencing via Skype and Google Hangouts, and a video call system staffed by a fully English-speaking staff, all of which cater to travelers seeking the authentic Japanese travel experience.

IAM Group offers Escorted Tours, Independent Packages as well as Group and Customized Packages. The company focuses on guiding the traveler thru the traditional Japanese experience, integrating various cultural activities, sporting events and unique historical tours. IAM Group further provides the authentic Japanese experience, with most of their clients staying in upscale Ryokans (traditional Japanese inns), which offer the highest quality food, service, and traditional atmosphere. These unique, Japanese-style inns allow guests to appreciate the traditional culture of Japan and follow the same traditions that have been practiced for hundreds of years.

Additionally, IAM Group also offers itinerary consulting services, as well as facilitates the procurement Japanese cell phones, internet connectivity and travel insurance.

Says company president: “Our goal is to allow our tour members to travel as “temporary Japanese” to break down as many barriers to the lifestyle, customs and traditions as possible to allow the maximum cultural exposure and experience.”

The upgraded website launch is slated for July 21, 2014. Learn more at: http://iamgroupltdjapan.com

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Media Contact
Company Name: IAM Group
Contact Person: Kaito Itou
Email: info@iamgroupltdjapan.com
Phone: +81-45-243-7731
Address:5-62, Chojamachi, Naka-Ku
City: Yokohama-Shi
State: Kanagawa
Country: Japan
Website: http://iamgroupltdjapan.com

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