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Hand in glove, Tokyo underground version

And if the people stare, then the people stare Oh, I really don’t know and I really don’t care
Tags: Travel, Photography, Tokyo


Kingdom Hearts Disney Hotel Room Fully Decked Out

The Tokyo Disney Ambassador Hotel has announced it will feature a time-limited Kingdom Hearts Special Room at its premises. The special room will feature all kinds of referential material to the video game franchise and will even come with a unique Keyblade-shaped keycard: Rather than just any old piece of metal or plastic, guests staying the Kingdom Hearts room […]
Tags: Games, Hotels, Disney, Tokyo, Anime, Kingdom Hearts, Tokyo Disney Ambassador Hotel


#Saudi Plot Set to Twist in Stock Market's Tale of Two Halves - Bloomberg

Saudi Plot Set to Twist in Stock Market's Tale of Two Halves - Bloomberg:For Saudi equities, 2019 may be a story of two halves.The kingdom’s stocks are set to rally in coming months as billions of dollars gush into the market on its inclusion in benchmarks for developing-nations. But that may give way to selling before Ramadan, the month of fasting which will begin in May, as concerns over reforms and oil move back to the forefront, according to Nomura Asset Management.It will be “a positive fir...
Tags: Travel, Middle East, Tokyo, Rupert Neil Bumfrey, Tarek Fadlallah, Nomura Asset Management, Nomura Asset


A Tokyo meal delivered the traditional way

Modern delivery motorbikes or more old-school Honda Super Cubs are the standard method these days for quickly, and efficiently, transporting meals around the capital. Now and again, however, it is still possible to see how things used to be done.
Tags: Travel, Photography, Food And Drink, Tokyo, Honda Super Cubs


Travel Inspiration – 4 best Places for a Gap Year

Work, school and stats homework; they all take a toll on the body and mind. So the best thing you can do to refresh your body is to go on a gap year. Your reasons for such trips might be different from others. But whatever the reason behind your decision, a gap year will undoubtedly be one of the best times of your life. It’s a good time to unwind and explore other places you have been dreaming of visiting. So, if you are thinking of where to spend your gap year but can’t figure out an ideal loc...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, Japan, Spain, Rome, La Liga, New Zealand, Tokyo, Rome Rome, Europe Spain, Takayama Matsuri, Barcelona Valencia Madrid, Seville Watch


Global Wellness Summit Announces Prominent Co-Chairs from Asia to Curate 13th Annual Conference – First to be Held in Hong Kong

The Global Wellness Summit (GWS), the foremost gathering of international leaders in the $4.2 trillion global wellness economy, today named Catherine Feliciano-Chon, a leading brand development and communications expert with offices in Hong Kong and Shanghai, and Tokyo-based spa/wellness investor and entrepreneur Yoriko Soma to co-chair the leading conference on the business of wellness. The Summit returns to Asia for the third time in its thirteen-year history and will take place at Gran...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Tokyo, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, Global Wellness Summit Announces Prominent Co, Catherine Feliciano Chon, Yoriko Soma


One of These Nights in Rio

I’m getting antsy because it’s 6:30 p.m. and I haven’t accomplished anything yet today. Well, technically, I did—we packed, checked out of the hotel in Florianópolis, took a taxi to the airport, queued at the GOL check-in counter to get boarding passes, weighted our checked baggage at the self-service kiosk and pay for them (it’s 60 reais if you do it yourself but 120 reais if you do it at the counter) then queued again to drop off the two backpacks now properly tagged. We waited at the very cro...
Tags: Travel, Toronto, Paris, Brazil, Tokyo, Rio De Janeiro, Jesus, Sugarloaf, Rio, Sao Paulo, Ipanema, Copacabana, Botafogo, Oscar Niemeyer, Feng, Florianopolis


Tokyo street-side food and drinks

A relatively humble street-side food stall, but one that the owner quite rightly feels very proud of.
Tags: Travel, Photography, Food And Drink, Tokyo


The Ultimate Guide to the Best Restaurants in Brussels, Belgium

If you are looking for the best restaurants in Brussels, Belgium, look no farther. We’ve rounded up our top picks from 15 years of dining in Brussels to bring you those with staying power. Don’t read while hungry! The Brussels restaurant scene is always changing. New hot spots appear and disappear seemingly overnight, especially in hip neighbourhoods like St. Gilles and Ixelles. While we love taste testing what’s new and popular, for us, the best restaurants in Brussels are those with staying ...
Tags: Travel, Google, Facebook, Japan, London, Morocco, Paris, Italy, Belgium, Tokyo, Michelin, Brussels, Tripadvisor, Alison, Waterloo, Best Restaurants


Japan's New 'Sayonara' Tax on Travelers Is Here

Thanks to a bevy of flight deals and new routes, it's now easier than ever to get to Japan — but it also just got slightly more expensive to leave the country once you've had your fill of Tokyo sushi, Okinawa beaches, and Kyoto temples. On Monday, the country began collecting a "sayonara" tax from visitors. The new fee of ¥1,000 ($9.23) will be tacked onto plane and ship transportation fares of all passengers when booking, regardless of nationality.
Tags: Travel, Japan, Tokyo, Kyoto, Okinawa


Rhum Bar 1802 and MASHA Restaurant

In my younger days, I was a full out disco king, going out to clubs like Studio 54 or Area in New York almost every night of the week. Strutting my best moves on the dance floor, I was stiff competition for John Travolta aka Tony Manero in Saturday Night Fever.   Nowadays, I don’t go out much anymore at night except to have dinner at restaurants. I’ve put my platform disco shoes, shiny shirts unbuttoned practically to the waist, and bell bottom pants into storage and now wear furry slippe...
Tags: Travel, New York, Netflix, Openings, Paris, Tokyo, Cinderella, Parties, Guatemala, John Travolta, Nightlife, Restaurant Reviews, Santo Domingo, Alexandre Dumas, Tony Manero, Monte Cristo


Eating raw chicken sashimi in Tokyo

When it comes to eating sashimi in Tokyo, fish is by far the most ubiquitous offer. But it’s not the only one. Restaurants also serve shikasashi (deer), basashi (horse), and — perhaps most hotly debated of all — torisashi (chicken). The name loosely translates to “raw bird,” and it’s exactly what it sounds like: thinly sliced raw chicken breast served with a flavorful salt or sauce. I never thought I’d order raw chicken sashimi-style. Like most Americans, I grew up deeply terrified of salmon...
Tags: Travel, Food, Japan, New York, US, Tokyo, Michelin, States, Salmonella, Anthony Bourdain, Japanese Food, Berkley California, Birdland, Ginza, Minato, Sukiyabashi Jiro


Reptile bar in Tokyo

If you’re sick of the traditional bar scene, Tokyo’s Bar Yatonokami might be the change you’ve been looking for. Just west of Tokyo’s city center, this bar’s aesthetic resembles a shady club, with blue fluorescent lights, pictures of reptiles covering the walls, and an attic-like second-floor location. When you open the door, you’ll be greeted by rows of reptile terrariums, home to over 100 creatures. 本日もオープン夜刀神! 雰囲気は変わってきましたが相変わらず、よくわからないモニター脱皮中で汚いけれどご愛嬌 ……なんだろ、これ pic.twitter.com/eQynsod5...
Tags: Travel, Japan, Cafes, Tokyo, Osaka, All, Kobe, Yokohama, Nishikawa, Animal Cafes, Reptile Cafes, Yatonokami, Bar Yatonokami, Reptile Cafe


Where to travel by zodiac sign

Maybe you think astrology is stupid. Maybe you think it’s a bunch of hippie-dippy junk science people use to excuse bad behavior. “Well you should have known I was going to was going to cheat on you, Janet. I’m a Scorpio!” Ok, well put that aside for a second. Because if you buy into astrology — if only for the time it takes to read your horoscope — it can be pretty entertaining. And sometimes, surprisingly accurate. Besides, even if you’re not into astrology, there’s a good chance someone yo...
Tags: Travel, Japan, Instagram, Montana, Mexico, La, Israel, Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, America, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Barcelona, Colombia, Thailand, Maine


Tokyo short shorts and colourful sorts

When it comes to short and incredibly revealing shorts, then this previously photographed fella genuinely takes some beating. However, when it comes to both bare legs and an incredibly bold look, then the man below is arguably in a league of his own.
Tags: Travel, Photography, Fashion, Tokyo


New Japan International Tourist Tax Starts Tomorrow

New Japan International Tourist Tax Starts Tomorrow ( = || []).push({}); There is a new Japan International Tourist Tax starting tomorrow. Effective tomorrow, 7th January 2019, International tourist to Japan will need to pay a new 1,000 Yen (RM 38) departure tax. This is similar to the Indonesia Departure Tax. The new Japan International Tourist Tax will be used to expand and enhance the country’s tourist infrastructure. Revenue from the International ...
Tags: Travel, Japan, Featured, Indonesia, Hawaii, Tokyo, Malaysia Airlines, Headline, Osaka, Announcements / Press Releases / Statements, Others, Fukuoka, Osaka Japan Sakura, Japan International Tourist Tax Today, Related Posts Travellers, MorningKansai International Airport


France, Paris

14h Palais de Tokyo, les derniers jours de l’expo On Air de Tomás Saraceno Copyright Jacques Witt [Author: Jacques Witt]
Tags: Travel, Tokyo, Blogroll, France PARIS, Actualité, Non classé, Photographie, Photojournalisme, Voyages, Jacques Witt


How I Research My Solo Travel Destinations

Posted: 1/2/2019 | January 2nd, 2019 Kristin Addis from Be My Travel Muse writes our regular column on solo female travel. It’s an important topic I can’t adequately cover, so I brought in an expert to share her advice for other women travelers to help cover the topics important and specific to them! In this month’s article, she shows you how she researches and plans her trips! What’s the best way to go about researching your next trip when all of the decisions will fall to you as a solo travel...
Tags: Travel, Google, Facebook, Europe, Japan, Pinterest, Instagram, Bali, Indonesia, California, China, India, SIM, Thailand, South Africa, Antarctica


January 1, 2019 in São Paulo

The sun was shining, the city sounded dead quiet and we didn’t need hangover remedies since we only had half a glass of a mini bottle of cheap champagne bought for 9.90 reais ($2.55) at the 24-hour Extra supermercado on New Year’s Eve—don’t ever ask me to bring wine to your party, I make terrible choices. The day was starting well—or rather, the afternoon was considering we all went to bed very late and got up at noon. We already knew tudo estará fechado because all when there’s a holiday, every...
Tags: Travel, Brazil, Tokyo, Chanel, Santa, Sao Paulo, Avenida Paulista, Paulista, Rua Augusta, Sukiya, Sao Paulo SAO PAULO, South America 2018-2019, Libertade, Bella Paulista Rua Haddock Lobo, Avenida Pausliata, Alameda Min Rocha Azevedo São Paulo


Travel News: January 1, 2019

Venice Will Start Charging an Entrance Fee to Day-Trippers to Combat Overtourism Skift A measure in Italy’s 2019 budget law will allow the local government in Venice to charge day-trippers for access to the city’s historic center as a way to help defray the considerable costs of maintaining a popular tourist destination built on water, the mayor said. Venice Mayor Luigi Brugnaro said late Sunday on Twitter that the new visitors’ tax would “allow us to manage the city better and to keep it clean...
Tags: Travel, Japan, Italy, Tokyo, Venice, Royal Caribbean, News And Deals, Nassau, Luigi Brugnaro, Aguilar, Stroopwafel, USA Today United, CruiseRadio, Royal Caribbean Issues Crime Warning, Nassau Bahamas Travel Pulse The Bahamas, Dionisio D Aguilar


00:00 in São Paulo – “Réveillon na Paulista” 2019

“How long do we have to wait?” “Ninety minutes.” “WHAT? I can’t do that!” “Well, I hope you can because we don’t really have the choice. First, it’s a bit of an old tradition that the new year starts at midnight, second we’re kind of stuck in a crowd of 1.7 million people.” “My tummy hurts. I really need food right now.” “How is that possible? You had one of these Tokyo bowls with rice and beef just two hours ago! Look, Mark, the other kids are waiting quie—” Never mind, I’ve just realized the f...
Tags: Travel, Brazil, Tokyo, Centro, Rio, Sao Paulo, Mark, Avenida Paulista, South America 2018-2019, Paulista São Paulo, Carrefour Paulistas, Libertade Little Tokyo, Eve São Paulo, Eve Avenida Paulista, Avenida Paulista Waiting


Kamakura Travel Guide – All You Need to Know About This Seaside Escape

Less than two hours from the crowded side streets of Tokyo is Kamakura. A small town so striking, it’s been the setting for dozens of Japanese movies, anime series and even music videos. Once the very real battleground of Samurai and Ninja, Tokyoites and savvy tourists flock to the seaside every weekend to escape the […] Read the original post Kamakura Travel Guide – All You Need to Know About This Seaside Escape on The Planet D: Adventure Travel Blog.
Tags: Travel, Japan, Guest Posts, Tokyo, City Guides, Kamakura


A selection of my favourite photographs from 2018

With another year rapidly nearing its end, it’s time once again to select my favourite photographs from the past 12 months. In a world that all too often can seem full of nothing but dishonesty, chaos and a complete lack of empathy, photography has once again been a personal saviour. The simple process of heading out and seeing what happens remains a constant source of both joy, and contentment. It’s also a key factor in my desire to find interesting new places in Tokyo, as well as Japan in gene...
Tags: Travel, Photography, Japan, Tokyo


Exclusive: New allegations against Ghosn concern payments to #Saudi businessman - sources | Reuters

Exclusive: New allegations against Ghosn concern payments to Saudi businessman - sources | Reuters:Fresh misconduct allegations brought by Tokyo prosecutors against ousted Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn center on the use of company funds to pay a Saudi businessman who is believed to have helped him out of financial difficulties, two company sources with knowledge of the matter said.Prosecutors arrested Ghosn for a third time on Friday, accusing him of aggravated breach of trust in transferring per...
Tags: Travel, Tokyo, Nissan, Reuters, Ghosn, Carlos Ghosn, Rupert Neil Bumfrey


Best of CH 2018: Travel

Destinations, drives and adventures that we still dream about Circumnavigate the world—time and again—in 365 days. That’s what our editorial team did in 2018. From revisiting old haunts in the USA’s Rust Belt to combatting sandstorms in the Gobi Desert, we approached every destination with wide eyes and curiosity. We flew, drove and hiked our way across the continents and the following stories reflect the …
Tags: Travel, Usa, Design, Hotels, Architecture, South Africa, Road Trips, Morocco, Tokyo, Iceland, Detroit, Gobi Desert, Pittsburgh, Word of Mouth, Best of CH 2018, CH Morocco


Climbing Inspiration – 7 of the Top Male Rock Climbers

Guest Post by Brandon Villatoro (Travel Experta’s son) My brother and I are in training and to get our inspiration we watch the best climbers out there. We love watching the best female rock climbers as much as we the guys. 7 Top Men Rock Climbers – Who We Love to Watch and Learn From Jernej Kruder A professional rock climber from Slovakia who has been climbing for many many years. He finally won first place in the Climbing World Cup in 2018. Now, he is considered one of the best boulderers...
Tags: Travel, South Korea, Texas, US, Climbing, Tokyo, Slovakia, Alex, Chris, Chris Sharma, IFSC, Daniel Woods, Kai Lightner Kai, Brandon Villatoro, Jernej Kruder, Jongwon Chon Chon


Three Days in São Paulo, South America’s Largest City

At the airport, we stood by the same carousel that never delivered our backpacks three years ago. This time, they showed up almost right away and we breathed a sigh of relief. It was hot in the airport arrival hall and even hotter outside—35⁰C according to the many digital boards displaying the temperature and local time. I was surprised because São Paulo tends to be cooler than many other Brazilian cities and very unpredictable weather-wise. The first thing you’ll notice during the 40-minute ta...
Tags: Travel, Hong Kong, Canada, Paris, Brazil, Tokyo, Champs Elysees, Buenos Aires, Ottawa, Centro, Sao Paulo, Largest City, Avenida Paulista, Paulista, Rua Augusta, South America 2018-2019



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