[New Zealand Tourism Board] New Zealand says 39 “New Zealand says 39” project launched
New Zealand Tourism Board New Zealand says 39 “New Zealand says 39” campaign launched to express gratitude from New Zealand to Japan Rugby New Zealand national team “All Blacks” also appeared “New Zealand Thanks Festival” held to enjoy New Zealand New Zealand says 39 “New Zealand says 39” to give a sincere gratitude to the Japanese people from New Zealand when the rugby New Zealand national team “All Blacks” and many rugby fans come to Japan. (Read: New Zealand Says Thank You) “project. “The New Zealand Tourism Board, Chairman Jamie Tuuta, said: “Japan and New Zealand are very similar in terms of topography, such as being a long and narrow island country in the north and south, and the emotional nature of hospitality, consideration for others, and customs for gifts. I’m waiting. I look forward to the stronger bond between Japan and New Zealand. ” The special project website (www.newzealand.com/nzsays39) has been opened from today, and various information is distributed and various campaigns are developed through this site and social network (SNS). From the end of this month, “New Zealand Thank You Fest” will be enjoyed and enjoyed by Japanese people in Roppongi, Aoyama, and Sakai (campsites of “All Blacks”). It will be held. On September 22nd (Sunday), Rugby New Zealand representative “All Blacks” will appear at the event venue as a special project supporter. [Image 1
As a symbol of the “New Zealand says 39” project, this time “All Blacks” wears a specially prepared “New Zealand says 39” logo T-shirt and participates in the event of this project. I express my gratitude.
In addition, Air New Zealand, which supports the air travel to the world ’s largest rugby tournament by “All Blacks”, changed the flight name of the flight NZ99 that the players are boarding to “NZ39”, and the airport staff Participate in this campaign in a unique way unique to the company, such as sending out the aircraft with Haka.
The New Zealand Thank You Fest venue will show you all of New Zealand’s attractions, from New Zealand traditional culture and music, food and tourism to the latest technology. In the entrance zone, Mauri Stone named Te Kopu Whanui, an indigenous Maori culture, will give visitors a sense of appreciation for the New Zealanders and the bond between Japan and New Zealand. ) And Te Kuwaha called Te Haeata Whero. And in the venue created with the concept of reproducing New Zealand’s modern cityscape, there are a shop zone with cafes & bars, shops, food trucks, a park / stage zone that shows New Zealand’s old and new music and performances New Zealand for visitors It is an event that allows you to experience this. [Image 6
In addition, on the special website launched today, you can watch special movies introducing the charm of New Zealand and the outline of this project, as well as various information such as the latest information and campaigns of “New Zealand Thank You Festival” through this website and various SNS. We will send information. On Twitter, the first Twitter Follow & Retweet Campaign “Thank you from Japan from New Zealand! Thank you Campaign” will be launched today, and will be the second after the tournament ends. Is also scheduled to be implemented. In addition, live streaming distribution via SNS (Twitter) is scheduled for the New Zealand Thank You Festival on Sunday, September 22. [Outline of New Zealand Thank You Festival] Date / Time: 1. Saturday, September 21, 2019, 11: 00-18: 00, 22nd (Sunday) 11: 00-20: 00 Tokyo, Roppongi Hills, Great Roof Plaza 2. October 5, 2019 (Sat) 10: 00-16: 00, 6th (Sunday) 10: 00-16: 00 Tokyo, United Nations University Square 3. October 12, 2019 (Saturday), 13th (Sunday) 11: 00-18: 00 Chiba / Kashiwanoha Plaza Admission: Free entry Organizer: Tourism New Zealand Support: (1.2.) Tokyo (3.) Sakai City Details: * Parts may vary depending on the venue. [Table 3: https://prtimes.jp/data/corp/48781/table/1_1.jpg”>
[Special website for New Zealand says 39 project] URL: www.newzealand.com/nzsays39 Opening period: Thursday, September 12, 2019 to Sunday, November 10
■ New Zealand Tourism Board SNS Official Account: [Twitter] https://twitter.com/purenzinjapan [Instagram] www.instagram.com/nzsays39 [Facebook] www.facebook.com/TNZJapan [Table 4: https://prtimes.jp/data/corp/48781/table/1_2.jpg”>
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