Robert Garcia: Plenia Travel
Madrid-based Plenia Travel, a long-time member of Virtuoso, the world’s premier luxury travel consortium. The company’s travel designer, Roberto Garcia, was invited to visit FamTrip and gave us the following feedback.
The owner of the business gave us a tour of the area, and the interaction with the producer at Wasabi Field and the director’s private guide explaining about Japanese swords were memorable.
Mt. Fuji is so beautiful and the explanation of the guide showed us that there is a deep connection between Mt. Fuji with the spirit of Japanese people, so “Best of the Fuji” is a great name!
-Madrid-based Plenia Travel, a long-time member of Virtuoso, the world’s premier luxury travel consortium. The company’s travel designer, Robert Garcia, was invited to the Fam Trip and received the following impressions.
・ The fact that the business owner himself guided me around the area, the contact with the producers at Wasabi Field, and the explanation of the Japanese sword by the director’s private guide left an impression on me. I think that many Westerners will be fascinated by the experience that can only be done in Japan.
・ Mt. Fuji is so beautiful that the guide’s explanation clearly shows that it has a deep connection with the Japanese spirit, so I think Best of the Fuji is a wonderful name.
・ I learned for the first time that this area is a production center for Japanese tea, so why should I launch more?
・ I would like to see some ideas such as giving the spirituality of Mt. Fuji a meaning that makes it a commercial value for honeymooners.
・ If you give a lecture on the history of Japan in advance (why the ceiling is low, why there are ikebana here, etc.), you should be more excited about Japan.
・ It would be great if you could have a souvenir to commemorate your life at the hundreds of dollars level.
・ Western food is desirable for breakfast (too much)
・ Enrich the nightlife “mo”!
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