Jarman International is actively involved in showcasing Sado Island, Japan, by featuring it in a Japan Today article. “Winter in Sado: A reflective trip to an isle of surprises” highlights the island’s winter beauty and accessibility from Niigata Prefecture. Renowned for unique accommodations such as Hananoki and Andante, Sado Island offers an immersive experience with local cuisine, crafts, and natural wines. The article, developed with Jarman International’s support, invites international visitors to explore Sado Island’s rich history. Landmarks, museums, and traditional shipbuilders’ settlements tell the island’s story, adding depth to the travel experience.
Our Customer Relations Lead, Akane, comments on the island’s seasonal diversity: “While Sado is synonymous with summer, marked by the famous ‘Kodo’ drummers and ‘Earth Celebration’, it also offers a majestic winter experience. This includes the Sea of Japan’s culinary delights, unique townscapes, and skiing opportunities.” Based on these insights, Chiara, our Director of Project Management, provides an in-depth look at these winter attractions in the article. Read the full article on Japan Today for more on this captivating winter destination.
As dedicated supporters and partners of Sado Island, we aim to inspire international residents and visitors to discover a different side of Japan by choosing Sado Island for their next adventure.
Furthermore, the Sado Island Earth Celebration, a vibrant music festival celebrating the island’s rich cultural heritage, is scheduled for August 16-18, 2024. To learn more and experience Sado Island’s unique charm, visit the festival’s official website at Sado Island Earth Celebration.