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Japan Airlines Launches JAL Onsen Mile

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Japan Airlines has launched JAL Onsen Mile - a new mileage program tie-up with some of Japan's finest onsen (Japanese hot spring) hotels and inns, which enables customers to earn JAL Mileage Bank (JMB) miles at any of the currently selected 57 onsens where JAL Coupons can also be used.

The new JAL Onsen Mile program will reward JMB members for pampering themselves at a wide range of quality onsen hotels and inns throughout the country, where they can accrue 2 miles for every 100 yen spent on day-use plans or overnight stays.

Mileage is accruable for reservations made through the official websites of accredited onsen operators, by phone, or through JAL's website, for check-ins from 1 June 2012.

JAL Coupons, initially only redeemable for JAL Group airline tickets, tour packages, inflight items as well as JAL Hotels, can also be used from 1 October 2012.

Japan is situated in a volcanically active region and endowed with thousands of natural hot springs all over the country. Many onsen hotels and inns are built atop hot spring sources, offering traditional Japanese rooms, authentic cuisine and onsen facilities.

Bathing in an onsen is a common and effective stress-reliever for many locals, and stay-overs at these establishments have become a popular short getaway with family or friends.

 For overseas visitors, a visit to an onsen makes for a memorable, unique experience, and an opportunity to take a dip in traditional Japanese culture.

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