The first overseas office of the Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO) was established by the Japanese government in New York City. Back in 1952, JNTO’s first office was located at Rockefeller Center. Coincidentally, the first-ever passenger jet also began service that same year. These images were organized by JNTO for the 60th anniversary of the New York office. 1. The entrance of JNTO’s Rockefeller Center office in 1952. 2. JNTO’s office was featured on American television. 3. Holding a model of the world’s first commercial jet airliner, the de Havilland DH.106 Comet. 4. Guests in formal dress at a reception. 5. Trying on a Japanese Hannya demon mask. 6. Promoting the 1964 Tokyo Olympics at JNTO’s office. 7. Posters and brochures were prepared for American customers. 8. In front of the office. 9. In the pre-internet era, people visited the office to plan their trip.