A film crew of TV Man Union of Japan visited several tourist destinations in Quang Nam province to make documentaries promoting the landscapes, culture, and people of Viet Nam.
The Japanese film crew worked at My Son Sanctuary.
The locations chosen for filming include the My Son Sanctuary, agarwood extraction in Tien Phuoc, Duy Trinh fish sauce (Duy Xuyen), and the prominent tourist attractions within Hoi An's ancient town, such as the Japanese Covered Bridge (Chua Cau), Phung Hung ancient house, Tan Ky ancient house, Hoi An Museum of Trade Ceramics, and releasing lanterns on the Hoai river.
In addition, the crew also filmed at various culinary establishments, craft villages like Cao Lau cuisine, XQ embroidery workshops, and rural areas surrounding the ancient town.
Earlier, the crew captured images at various experiential locations in Da Nang and Hue, such as My Khe beach, the traditional basket boat experience in Da Nang, the Imperial City of Hue, and the Hue Museum of Royal Antiquities.
The TV Man Union was established on February 25, 1970. It was the first independent television production company in Japan.
Every year, TV Man Union consistently earns numerous prestigious awards for television programs broadcast in Japan.
Reporting by K.LINH - Translating by CAM HY