Japanese Route 66 Website Shows International Love for the Mother Road

Here's a letter our Association received from Japanese Route 66 Enthusiast, Hiroshi Hanamura, with news of a new Japanese Route 66 website. Isn't it great to know that the Mother Road's appeal stretches all the way around the globe? Please do give Hiro's site a visit to see how they do Route 66, Japanese style!

Japanese Rt 66 site.pngDear my friends,

Finally my new Route 66 website has just been launched and I'm so happy to let you know about it. Actually the site is built for letting japanese visitors jump over there to travel on the real highway.

Not only my Route-66 photography but a special program of a Japanese FM radio station called J-Wave which is taped on June 6, 1994 will sure to make you fun.
Who's on air? Well, get visit my "Route 66 On the Table" and figure them out.

Let me allow to express my thanks to Jeff Meyer, Ramona Lehman, Michael Wallis, Jim Ross, Frank Kocevar and David knudson to join "Our Friend" page. They can give the Japanese visitors great advice to travel...

If I have many comments, I can make this site in English so feel free to send them to me.

Enjoy.

http://www.hanadesign.net/route66.html

Hiro
(Hiroshi Hanamura)

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