Saki TADA TOMITA Director / Travel Consultant
My goal is to share the beauty of Nara with people from all over the world . Hi, I’m Saki Tada and I’m a travel coordinator for both inbound and domestic tourists to Nara.
My major at university was tourism and business management. I have always been interested in travel and solving problems, so becoming a travel coordinator seemed like a perfect fit for me.
In my spare time, if I am not traveling you will most likely find me at a local event or local restaurant, enjoying the warm hospitality of my fellow Naraites.
When designing travel plans, my focus is on creating a story for the traveler. From beginning to end, my hope is that you experience Nara to the fullest, its history, its charm and its beauty. I am sure you will fall in love with Nara and come back time and time again.
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