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Vending machine lust, and looks

The most modern of Tokyo love stories? A young couple canoodling beside a vending machine while using a smartphone.
Tags: Travel, Photography, Food And Drink, Tokyo


Modern Passover dinners in the US

American Jewish cuisine has long been created through fusion. As long as they’ve been wandering the diaspora, Jewish immigrants from all over the world have reimagined traditional dishes wherever they are, incorporating tastes and religious dietary laws with the ingredients at hand. They’ve made fans of gentiles along the way with dishes like pastrami sandwiches, challah french toast, and all manner of stuffed, infused, and rainbow-colored bagels. Despite a history of adaptation, Passover pre...
Tags: Travel, Japan, New York City, US, San Francisco, Atlanta, Brooklyn, Egypt, Nepal, Mission District, Tokyo, Philadelphia, Suarez, All, Steve Cook, Ginsberg


Central Japan International Airport to Nagoya City Railway Express Ticket Discount

We went to Nagoya Japan for the first time in January so let us share our travel experiences for everyone. We flew from Kuala Lumpur to Nagoya Japan with Thai Airways (not sponsored by them) via Bangkok as it was a pretty good deal. Once we reached Central Japan International Airport in Nagoya, we went to collect the Nagoya City Railway Express ticket. ( = || []).push({}); For this trip, we booked our travel WIFI and also the Nagoya City Rail...
Tags: Travel, Japan, Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Tokyo, Headline, Bangkok, Klook, Ana, Osaka, Nagoya Japan, Nagoya, Haneda, Icoca, Thai Airways, Nagoya City


How to Spend Your Time in Tokyo: A Suggested Itinerary for 2019

Posted: 4/25/2019 | April 15th, 2019 Tokyo is one of the most amazing cities in the world. It’s fast-paced, futuristic, and bursting with weird and wonderful activities to keep you busy, including gorgeous shrines, palaces, and temples; hip clubs and bars; and fashionable people and shopping, not to mention cherry blossoms. Tokyo lives up to all the hype you’ve heard about it. You never know what you’ll find here. One second you’ll run into a group of women dressed in pig masks and ’80s dress...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Japan, New York, Disney, Paris, Gwen Stefani, Tokyo, Shinjuku, Eiffel Tower, Google Maps, Miyazaki, Hayao Miyazaki, Kyoto, Mario Bros, Hostelworld


Weekly Roundup, Friday 12 April 2019

An impression of the interior of the new Istanbul Airport, just now opened and the largest in the world. Good morningAn unplanned, but interesting (I hope) attached article today, being a review of a third emergency car battery “jump-start” unit.  Unlike the two reviewed last week, this one works well and I can recommend it with only a very little bit of “maybe” appended to the recommendation.I’m so pleased to no longer have a nagging feeling in the back of my mind about the car’s battery life –...
Tags: Travel, Google, Amazon, New York, Science, London, Sweden, Australia, Russia, Miscellaneous, Cars, US, Los Angeles, Newsletter, Tech, Georgia


AirAsia Fly to Melaka From Penang Daily from RM 12 One Way

After years of waiting, finally AirAsia will start flying from Melaka Airport. AirAsia spreads its wings to the historical state of Melaka with new daily direct flights from Penang starting 1 July 2019. ( = || []).push({}); This is a very smart move as it is really painful to travel from Penang to Melaka (or vice versa). Conventionally, it will take up to 5 hours by car from Melaka to Penang passing by Kuala Lumpur (and the traffic jam). It ...
Tags: Travel, Unesco, Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Tokyo, Malaysia Airlines, Airlines, Kathmandu, Headline, Airasia, Melaka, Penang, Announcements / Press Releases / Statements, Others, Chiang Mai, Nyonya


Japan

Maurice and I have long wanted to go to Japan and finally booked a tour in early April hoping to see the famous cherry trees in bloom. We are going on a group tour but arrived a couple of days early for a bit more time in Tokyo. There was a splendid sunset at the airport in Paris as we boarded. Our first glimpse of Tokyo below as we started to descend. It was a 12 hour flight by the way. We had a bit of a wait before we caught our bus to our hotel and sat in a coffee place wh...
Tags: Travel, Japan, France, View, Paris, Tokyo, Maurice, 7-11, Japanese Toilets, Burberry Trench Coat


Word of Mouth: Tokyo

Design stops that highlight the wonders of the Japanese capital No other city captivates with the same balance of intensity and reverence that’s found in Tokyo. It was developed to meet the unique needs of its inhabitants and in doing so created such a distinct culture that among the chaotic intersections and old-world back alleys surprising discoveries lurk around every corner. Design thoroughly roots itself …
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, Design, Hotels, Restaurants, Bars, Museums, Tokyo, Galleries, Yayoi Kusama, Word of Mouth, MoMA Design Store


After You Dessert Cafe Is Opening at Central Festival Mall Hatyai in June 2019

There were lots of buzz of After You Dessert Café is opening in Central Festival Mall in Hatyai earlier this year. It was supposed to open in April according to many websites out there but it has postponed to June 2019. ( = || []).push({}); We read so many rumours about After You Dessert Café in Central Festival Mall in Hatyai. Thus, we were in Hatyai last weekend, we went to check out Central Festival Mall to clear the rumours. ...
Tags: Travel, Food, Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, Tokyo, Headline, Bangkok, Asean, Announcements / Press Releases / Statements, Others, Pattaya, Hatyai, Shibuya Toast, Thailand - Hat Yai, Central Festival Mall


Japan beaches you should visit

Japan is an archipelago made up of 6,852 islands — albeit several that are just 3,000 feet in circumference. Even so, it has an astonishing 18,486 miles of coastline, putting it at the top of the list of shoreline-rich countries. (Only Canada, Greenland, Russia, Indonesia, and the Philippines have more, and of those, the first three have frigid waters.) That means that Japan is awash in wonderful beaches. It also has its very own, unique beach culture. On your next trip to Japan, make sure to...
Tags: Travel, Japan, California, US, Toronto, Unesco, Philippines, Tokyo, Marco Polo, Beaches, Honshu, All, Shizuoka, East Asia, Kyoto Japan, Miami Florida


#Saudi Aramco Set for Mega Debt Deal Pitched by JPMorgan CEO - Bloomberg

Saudi Aramco Set for Mega Debt Deal Pitched by JPMorgan CEO - Bloomberg:In a bond sale closely watched by investors globally, Saudi Aramco and its bankers are preparing to kick off what could be at least a $10 billion offering this week. Early indications suggest investors are already crowding in.Demand for the most highly anticipated sale of the year already totaled $30 billion, Aramco Chairman and Saudi Energy Minister Khalid Al-Falih told Bloomberg TV in an interview in Riyadh on Monday. The ...
Tags: Travel, Asia, New York, London, Singapore, Bloomberg, Chicago, Tokyo, Riyadh, Aramco, Saudi Aramco, JPMorgan Chase Co, Khalid al Falih, Bloomberg TV, Rupert Neil Bumfrey, Saudi Energy


A Tokyo salary man emerging from the shadows

The Japanese salary man is an ever-present sight in Tokyo, and yet due to his incredibly conformist attire, he is also largely invisible. At least as an individual he is, anyway. The simple addition of a trilby, on the other hand, changes that completely.
Tags: Travel, Photography, Tokyo


#Saudi Oil Giant Set for $10B Debt Deal Touted by Jamie Dimon - Bloomberg

Saudi Oil Giant Set for $10B Debt Deal Touted by Jamie Dimon - Bloomberg:In a bond sale closely watched by investors globally, Saudi Aramco and its bankers are preparing to kick off what could be at least a $10 billion offering next week. Early indications suggest investors are already crowding in.A message circulated among investors on Friday said interest in the most highly anticipated sale of the year already totaled more than $26 billion, according to people with direct knowledge of the matt...
Tags: Travel, New York, Singapore, Chicago, Tokyo, Jamie Dimon, Aramco, Saudi Aramco, Jpmorgan, JPMorgan Chase Co, Rupert Neil Bumfrey, Jamie Dimon Bloomberg


Carlos Ghosn Arrest Was Tactical Move to Probe Money Flows - Bloomberg

Carlos Ghosn Arrest Was Tactical Move to Probe Money Flows - Bloomberg:Soon after Carlos Ghosn was taken into custody last fall, kicking off a bizarre legal odyssey that’s transfixed the automotive world, some wondered whether the financial crimes he’d been accused of were serious enough to warrant the shocking arrest of Nissan Motor Co.’s fabled chairman.Turns out that was just the opening act. The initial arrest last November -- over what some viewed as a relatively minor charge of understatin...
Tags: Travel, Saudi Arabia, Bloomberg, Oman, Tokyo, Nissan, Lebanon, Carlos Ghosn, Nissan Motor Co, Rupert Neil Bumfrey


A photo series: Faded and dying rural Japan

Away from Japan’s main cities and popular tourist destinations, the country is awash with faded and gradually emptying towns and settlements — the nation’s low birth rate and increased urban migration causing the slow death of an ever increasing number of locations. Not so long ago on these pages I documented a now closed and overgrown train line just north of Tokyo, and last year a completely abandoned village in the mountains. Both victims, in slightly differing ways, of the aforementioned so...
Tags: Travel, Photography, Japan, Tokyo


How to Eat Ramen in Japan

In Japan, eating ramen is a near goddamn religious experience.Read more...
Tags: Travel, Food, Japan, Etiquette, Restaurants, Ramen, Tokyo, Lifehacks, Noodles, International Travel


Travel Photos – Iconic Tokyo Skytree At Night and Dawn

I’ve got a huge backlog of travel photos to clear! Normally, I took over a thousand pictures on each of my every overseas vacation. From the overview of a tourist spot to the minute details of every perspective of it, I just love taking photos! Though not all of them worth or suitable to be shared here, they indeed keep my travel memories intact. I vow to share more of them here in the short future! This is my biggest resolution of the year! After sharing my travel photos taken in Busan, here...
Tags: Travel, Japan, Tokyo, Photography Tips, Nikon, Busan, Travel Snapshot, Dawn, Nikkor, Asakusa, Sensoji Temple, Sumida, Rising Sun, Starburst, Tokyo Skytree, Tokyo Skytree Night View


Photographer Captures Cherry Blossom Path “Suddenly Appearing” In The Middle Of Tokyo

The end of March and beginning of April was one of the most eventful few days in recent memory here in the Tokyo area. Not only was April 1st the beginning of a new fiscal year and a new school year (not to mention April Fool’s Day), it was also the day that the government announced the name of its new era, the Reiwa Era. h/t: grapee The period also marked the peak of the cherry blossom... Source
Tags: Travel, Japan, Design, Drone, Tokyo, Spring, Aerial, Blossom, Cherry, Sakura


Tokyo cherry blossom pinks, and yellows

The unusual sight of spring’s pink and white vista viewed through a yellow, UV visor.
Tags: Travel, Photography, Tokyo


32019 Tokyo Japan

Tokyo 3232019 Tokyo JapanSang nay toi se tra phi truong di Japan luc 230Pm. Loi dung buoi sang toi di xe bus den cho Dongmun cua Dai Han gan bo bien. Cho nay noi tieng vi o Seoul cung co cho nay. O day ho ban du thu ma da so la do dung han
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A truly tiny Tokyo bookshop

In Tokyo, there are minuscule outlets with amazing amounts of stock, as well as cupboard-like electronics stores run by little old ladies. And now, it turns out, there are also similarly small bookshops with pleasant looking proprietors.
Tags: Travel, Photography, Tokyo


Landmarks as amateur sketches

When you hear Boise what comes to mind? Nothing? Potatoes? Lovely a place as the capital of Idaho is, it doesn’t exactly conjure up images of… anything. A big part of that is because it doesn’t have an icon, a landmark or associated image that immediately pops into the collective conscious when people hear the name. Some cities have one highly distinct image associated with them, like gondoliers in Venice. Others can be a bit more complex, like New York. To see what images people associated w...
Tags: Travel, New York, London, Berlin, New York City, Idaho, Paris, Sydney, Dubai, Sony, Brazil, Tokyo, Rio De Janeiro, Jesus, Venice, London Underground


Immersive art exhibit in Shanghai

Exhibitions are pushing the boundaries between art and art viewers these days and we could not be happier. After Tokyo’s incredible digital art museum (permanent) and the recent Van Gogh digital exhibit in Paris (open until December 31 of this year), it’s Shanghai’s turn to fully immerse people into art pieces and blow their minds in the process. Photo: teamLab Former oil storage tanks have been turned into the TANK Shanghai, a brand new 645,000-square-foot complex hosting bookstores, resta...
Tags: Travel, Museums, Paris, Shanghai, Tokyo, Van Gogh, All, Digital Art, Digital Art Museum


Tokyo standing bar drinks and line dancing?

Some Tokyo drinkers are definitely more expressive than other Tokyo drinkers.
Tags: Travel, Photography, Food And Drink, Tokyo


How Tokyo Hacks Its Streets and Subways

New York is actually a great city to wander in—it’s pretty safe, pedestrian friendly, and laced with public parks and waterfronts. But when Lifehacker sent a team to Tokyo to find the local hacks, damn was I jealous of the city planning. There are lots of touches that make Tokyo easy to navigate and pleasant to wander.Read more...
Tags: Travel, Japan, New York, Cities, Tokyo, Lifehacks


Always Bring Stomach Medicine When You Travel 

We still don’t know what got us sick in Tokyo. But when four Lifehacker staffers traveled there together this month, three of us caught different bugs at different points. For me, that meant an upset stomach and diarrhea that sent me to bed at 6 every night and made fine dining impossible. I had great luck with…Read more...
Tags: Travel, Health, Medicine, Diarrhea, Tokyo, Lifehacks, Packing, Stomach, Stomach Ache


Tokyo urban oranges

Tokyo oranges that have a distinctly urban flavour.
Tags: Travel, Photography, Tokyo


Snap Cherry Blossom Photos For Odakyu Group 2019 SAKURA Campaign

Member Companies of Odakyu Group in Shinjuku, Hakone, Enoshima and Kamakura to Join Hands in Welcoming Tourists from Abroad The Odakyu Group started a “2019 SAKURA Campaign” from Friday, March 15, to Sunday, April 21, 2019. There are numerous cherry blossom-viewing spots along the Odakyu lines, such as Hakone and Kamakura in Kanagawa Prefecture. Hakone, where the time when cherry trees bloom differs from area to area, is a particularly popular spot because visitors can enjoy viewing cher...
Tags: Travel, Japan, Instagram, Tokyo, Shinjuku, Travel News, Cherry Blossom, Sakura Season, Sakura, Kamakura, Hakone, Shinjuku Station, Kanagawa, Odakyu, Travel By Photos, Odakyu Group



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