July 8, 2008

Arigato' gozaimasu, AGGN!

I would like to thank Aichi Goodwill Guide Network for the hospitality accorded to us in Nagoya. My sincere gratitude goes to Reiko Matsukawa, Noriko Hayashi, Shun Sasaji, and Mrs. Watanabe for the courtesy, patience and professionalism they have shown. The trip to Nagoya Castle, Osu-Kannon Temple, Bansho-ji Shrine, and a walk to Osu Street was an amazement. A visit to Toyota Commemorative Museum and scaling Midland Square were incomparable. I know there's a lot more to see in Nagoya, but truly this trip was wonderful and completed our short but meaningful journey in Japan.

Aichi Goodwill Guides Network (AGGN ) is a non-profit organization, established in April 1999, to provide volunteer guide services for sightseeing tours in Aichi Prefecture to guests from overseas. The group promote friendship and understanding of Japan by offering their services as volunteer guides. So if you are travelling to Nagoya on a business trip, leisure or just in transit and wanted to experience Aichi's fusion, I highly recommend AGGN.

You can contact AGGN at Tel. No. 0561-75-6977, Fax No. 0561-75-6977 or check their website at http://www.aggn.jp/

Office:
Aichi Goodwill Guides Network
c/o Nigiwai-Kouryuukan
277-1, Nakajima, Kanikou-cho, Nisshin, Aichi
Zip code 470-0122
E-mail: guide-desk@aggn.jp

Arigato' gozaimasu!
































































6 comments:

Noriko said...

Great photos again!!!
Nice to hear you all enjoyed sightseeing in Nagoya.
Many thanks for sharing your time with us.
Hope to see you again!

mandaragat said...

Domo Arigato gozaimasu Noriko-san! Looking forward to your family's visit here in Saipan.

The Islander said...

wow con todo tour talaga sa japan. hehe.

R-yo said...

uy! i've just been there too!

mandaragat said...

tumpak Mr. Islander! Enjoy to the max..if you happen to visit Nagoya, contact AGGN. Highly recommended yan!!

mandaragat said...

talaga r-yo, Nagoya is a very nice place and nice folks too!