Full of Popular Autumnal Leaf Spots, Festivals and Food"Miyako Arekore" Autumn Issue Distribution5 September 2013 - Sightseeing/Events
Distribution of the autumn edition of "Miyako Arekore," which is an information magazine featuring sightseeing information for people in the Tokyo Metropolitan area and published by the Kyoto Shimbun Co. Ltd., began in Tokyo at Toei and Tokyo Metro subway stations on September 5. It is filled with the essence of autumn, including famous autumnal foliage sites, festivals, gourmet food stores and others.
Aiming to assist in local promotion, the newspaper company produces this magazine every spring and autumn. It has distributed one million copies as an insert in the October issue of the free paper, "Metro Guide," published by the Nikkan Kogyo Shimbun Ltd., which is placed at 138 stations in the Tokyo Metropolitan area.
This magazine is in tabloid format with 16 pages in color. With the theme of "Minori Somari Fukamariyuku Kyoto ga Arimasu," or Kyoto has a fruitful, colored and deepening attraction, it introduces the beauty of autumnal leaves in Yoshimine-dera Temple in Nishikyo Ward, Kyoto, and other places, using pictures and text. It contains information on sweets using traditional vegetables of Kyoto, as well as the charm of famous gardens and art museums around the city. A total of 50,000 copies "Miyako Arekore" are also offered at tourist information centers and some hotels in Kyoto City.(translated by Galileo, Inc.)