1. Tokyo to Test New Coronavirus Contact-Tracing App: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-06-08/tokyo-to-test-new-coronavirus-contact-tracing-app-in-july 2. Tokyo Olympics 2020: Japan PM Shinzo Abe says Games will be held in 2021: https://www.bbc.com/sport/olympics/53059693 3. Tokyo Olympics will go ahead in 2021, Japan PM Shinzo Abe says: https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2020/mar/24/tokyo-olympics-will-go-ahead-in-2021-japan-pm-shinzo-abe-says 4. Tokyo plans to offer free coronavirus tests to all residents: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-health-coronavirus-japan-tokyo/tokyo-plans-to-offer-free-coronavirus-tests-to-all-residents-idUS
Gunma, easily accessible from Tokyo, boasts famous hot spring resorts, nature, and historical sites. Read on to learn the best things to do and places to visit in Gunma, from Kusatsu Onsen to the outdoor heaven of Minakami, alongside food, hotels, and access from Tokyo.
Also called Grutto Pass, this is a very convenient QR code ticket that offers entrance tickets as well as discount vouchers for 101 museums and other facilities in the Tokyo area. What you need to know to use Grutto Pass Although the entrance fees are not
As international travelers flock to Japan following its re-opening, Michelin-starred Esterre continues to refine its culinary appeal in the star-studded Michelin capital of the world with the appointments of Kei Kojima as chef de cuisine and Normand Jubin as chef pâtissier.
Yokohama, the famous port city near Tokyo, is hosting a year-long flower festival! Garden Necklace Yokohama 2023 showcases the seasonal flowers that grace the city's parks and gardens, alongside events such as ikebana exhibitions. Read on to learn about the highlights that shouldn't be missed.
Tokyo boasts several scenic locations where visitors can enjoy hydrangea flowers in June during the rainy season. This list features ten beautiful hydrangea locations - from temples in the city hosting festivals to a Hydrangea Mountain covered in blooms and locations in nearby Kamakura.
Chiba is Tokyo’s neighbor to the east, and it includes the popular resort area of Boso Peninsula, which is one of its largest areas within the prefecture. While many may associate Chiba Prefecture with Narita Airport, Japan’s largest airport, and it being home to Tokyo Disney Resort, the prefecture offers so much more. The beaches are popular for surfing, which brings a lot of surfers from neighboring areas for day trips or weekends. The mountains are ideal for hiking, and the mild climate and seas allow the production of many foods. Chiba produces many vegetables and fruits distributed all around the Kanto region and beyond; it also boasts of peanut production and soy sauce, as well as marine products such as sardines, among other products. Here are some of the best things to do in Chiba! Main image: PIXTA
Recently, our team had the lucky opportunity to visit The Capitol Hotel Tokyu and get to know its staff. The hotel is a stylish modern place and filled with artworks all around. We had an amazing time there, which is why we bring you an interview