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Beauty Journey

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Introducing an amazing travel itinerary aimed at helping women to become even more beautiful. We follow influential Asian beauty specialists Cheesie (from Malaysia), Noey (Thailand) and Nana (Taiwan) as they enjoy a very special journey.

Hyogo Prefecture’s Kinosaki Onsen is a well-known resort town where visitors can relax in natural hot springs that smooth and nourish the skin; tuck into a sumptuous-yet-healthy full-course dinner of succulent Matsuba crab; and promenade around the historic streets in fashionable Japanese yukata.

Our three travelers also make an excursion to the rich natural surroundings of Kyotango in northern Kyoto Prefecture for a rare chance to take in the unspoiled landscapes, and savor traditional Japanese washoku cuisine prepared with freshly caught seafood from the nearby Sea of Japan. Just watching will make you want to pack your suitcase for your own unforgettable trip to the land of the rising sun.

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