• Godzilla to be the new tourism icon in Tokyo

    Published on : Friday, April 10, 2015

    The Godzilla, fire breathing monster which caused quite a bit of fear in the silver screen has taken a different role in Tokyo. The monster has been appointed as the tourism ambassador for Shinjuku ward, which is famous for its …

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  • Princess Cruises unveils 2016 Japan Cruise Program

    Published on : Wednesday, April 8, 2015

    Carnival Corporation & plc announced that its Princess Cruises brand, the top North American cruise line in Japan, will offer an array of Japan voyages from Tokyo and Kobe in 2016 that circumnavigate the country, visiting the top-rated ports with …

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  • Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo offers helicopter tours of Mount Fuji

    Published on : Tuesday, March 31, 2015

    Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo is delighted to announce the launch of its lavish accommodation package, Helicopter Flycation, which includes a private helicopter tour of Mount Fuji. Guests will fly aboard a Eurocopter Hermès Edition from Tokyo above the shoreline of Sagami …

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  • 551 hotels in Tokyo fully booked for the cherry blossom festival

    Published on : Wednesday, March 25, 2015

    With the cherry blossom season and  weak yen,  Japan has most certainly become a favourite spring destination for tourists this 2015.   This is the best time to visit Japan if you would like to explore this matchless beauty. The …

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  • ANA to offer first Halal-Certified “Japanese confectionery” on International Flights

    Published on : Wednesday, February 26, 2014

    From March 1, certain ANA international flights will offer halal-certified*1 “Arare”, Japanese confectionery, giving our customers more chance to experience the taste of Japan. The global Muslim population is estimated at 1.6 billion people and to better cater to the …

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  • Severe snowstorm disrupts travel services – tourists stranded in Tokyo

    Published on : Tuesday, February 11, 2014

    More than hundred flights were cancelled; railway service suspended and roads were closed due to a heavy snowstorm in Japan. More than 10 inches of snow fell on Tokyo over the weekend. The disastrous weather resulted in some frustrating travel …

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  • Tokyo to promote its tourism prospects in Indonesia and Vietnam

    Published on : Friday, February 7, 2014

    The tourism and development department of the Tokyo Government in Japan has planned to overseas promotion campaigns to attract greater number of foreign visitors to the Japanese capital. Tokyo will conduct seminars and business meetings in Indonesia and Vietnam to …

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  • Interislander Re-opens Passenger Bookings from January

    Published on : Friday, November 29, 2013

    Interislander has today re-opened the booking system for new passenger vehicle bookings for both the Kaitaki and Stena Alegra from 12 January to 31 March, 2014. Aratere’s interim replacement ship, Stena Alegra, will provides two passenger sailings per day from …

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  • Singapore Airlines To Add Fifth Daily Flight To Tokyo

    Published on : Friday, November 29, 2013

    Singapore Airlines will add a third daily flight to Tokyo’s Haneda Airport in March, lifting to five the number of daily services to the Japanese capital, including two to Narita Airport. Flight timings for existing Haneda services will also be …

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  • Volcanic eruption in Japan raises a new island in the seas

    Published on : Thursday, November 21, 2013

    Approximately 1000 kilometers south of Tokyo, in Japan, amid the black smoke of the volcanic eruption a new island is observed in the seas. It is produced by a new submarine eruption which is currently taking place about 500 m …

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