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Win a Trip to Japan Video Entries

Today is the last day of our Win a Trip to Japan contest in partnership with Japan Airlines and the JAL Explorer Pass. There's still a chance to submit your video - applications close midnight tonight (JST).

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Today is the last day of our Win a Trip to Japan contest in partnership with Japan Airlines and the JAL Explorer Pass. There’s still a chance to submit your video – applications close midnight tonight (JST).

We’ve been lucky enough to receive submissions from across the globe; from Kenya to Brazil, Moldova to America, Bulgaria to New Zealand. To see the full range, search #gaijinpottravel on YouTube and Twitter.

Well done to everyone who’s taken part and we look forward to meeting the winner soon!

Raluca

Architect and designer Raluca began studying Japanese at 14 and her work and everyday life continue to be deeply influenced by Japan, as you can see in her stylish entry below.

Shauna

Vlogger Shauna wants to experience the real Japan and share it with the world. We like her travel videos in this entry.

Bianca

Illustrator Bianca submitted this creative entry which shows her morphing into an anime heroine in Japan.

Didier

Crazy but cool Belgian Didier sent us this hilarious video has his camera ready to shoot 14 days in Japan. Should we make it happen?

Vince

Passionate filmmaker Vince is about to graduate and is ready to share his Japan adventure as a tourism blogger with the world.

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