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Sankei Shimbun Travel special feature on Australia’s Northern Territory – Metropolitana May issue – now being distributed inside Tokyo Metro stations

Sankei Shimbun
Travel feature in Australia’s Northern Territory – Metropolitana May issue – now available at Tokyo Metro stations
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Sankei Shimbun is distributing the free magazine “Metropolitana May Issue”, which proposes new lifestyles from various angles, on special racks inside Tokyo Metro stations.
[Metropolitana official website] https://metropolitana.tokyo/ja
[Image: https://prtimes.jp/i/22608/1679/resize/d22608-1679-3df6435e127cd41f2ac6-0.jpg&s3=22608-1679-5b530d772081093e977923b3edad75a9-1241×1754.jpg] [Special Feature] Let’s travel to Australia’s Northern Territory Northern Territory, a territory in northern Australia. The total area is more than three times that of Japan, and you can see different landscapes in each area, such as the red soil in the south and the sea in the north. It is also a place that nurtured the history and culture of Aboriginal people, and we will introduce tourist spots such as Uluru (commonly known as Ayers Rock) all at once.
[Distribution location]
Metropolitana has 53 stations including Tokyo Metro Ueno, Ginza, Nihonbashi, Shinjuku, Iidabashi, Shibuya, Ikebukuro, Otemachi, Tokyo, Yotsuya, Akasaka Mitsuke, Omotesando, Takadanobaba, Ebisu, Gaienmae, Tameike Sanno, Hibiya, Hatchobori, and Yurakucho. A dedicated rack has been set up and distributed free of charge.
Please view the digital book from the URL below.
 https://metropolitana.tokyo/ja
[Publisher] Sankei Shimbun
[Editing/Production] Metropolitana Project
[Contact] metro@sankei.co.jp
More details about this release:
https://prtimes.jp/main/html/rd/p/000001679.000022608.html



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