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Waterfall dining in Yurihama Tottori

Partners Information: Fancy a traditional Japanese meal next to a waterfall? At the Imadaki Waterfall in Yurihama, Tottori Prefecture, you can enjoy a unique dining experience of “taki doko cuisine (Eat Near a Waterfall)” in Japan. While listening to the relaxing sound of a…...

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Restaurant Kamakura Village in Iiyama Nagano

This coming winter, tuck into some delicious hot-pot in a toasty warm kamakura (snow hut), a unique experience to Iiyama City! Enjoy a special village light-up, only on weekends. Book early to secure your place. Schedule Jan.26 (Fri.) – Feb.27(Tue.) 2018…...

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Tokyo Yukata Experience

Experience summer in Japan with a Yukata Package Available to travellers only in July and August, Keio Department store’s Yukata Package includes a Yukata set, fitting fee, and photo-shoot fee. The Yukata set is yours to keep, so after your…...

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Shiga Fireworks Festivals

Fireworks Festivals are one of the highlights of summer in Japan. Here’s a list of upcoming Fireworks Festivals to enjoy in Shiga Prefecture in 2017: Biwako Great Fireworks Festival Date: 2017.08.08  7:30pm~8:30pm (In the event of bad weather, the event will…...

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EAT JAPAN: an essential guide to this culinary hot spot

We recently partnered with the team at Qantas along with Gourmet Traveller & International Traveller magazines to produce this must-have 16-page guide on the incredible culinary experiences that await any hungry (and thirsty!) explorer to the land of the rising…...

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Mt Fuji Climbing Dates and Tips

Mt Fuji climbing season is starting soon! With proper training and preparation, your Mt Fuji climb will be a memorable experience. 2017 climbing season dates The trails will be open as follows: Yoshida (Yamanashi Prefefecture side): Sat 1 July to Sun 10 September…...

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Japanese films at Sydney Film Festival

A selection of Japanese films will be showing at this year’s Sydney Film Festival, which runs from 7-18 June 2017. Ama-San Ama-San A lyrical introduction to the traditional world of Japan’s free-diving fisherwomen. A multiple award-winning documentary from Portuguese director…...

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Firefly viewing spots in Shiga

Moriyama Hotaru Park and Walk A 3km walk from Moriyama Institute of Fireflies to Moriyama Station is set up for firefly viewing, a symbol of early summer in Moriyama. Various events will take place during the festival. When Late May…...

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Experience Zen Buddhism at Enryakuji Temple

More the teachings of Zen, the origin of Japanese culture. Learn about the spirit of Zen Buddhism, practice Zen meditation, transcribe sutras and try your hand at other Zen practices at the pilgrims’ lodgings in Enryaku-ji Temple, a World Heritage…...

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Fukuoka Fair at Tobu Department Store 25-30 May

Indulge in Fukuoka favourites at the Fukuoka Fair at Tobu Department Store! Must-try dishes include the traditional Hakata Tonkotsu (pork bone) Ramen and fluffy shaved ice. Date Thursday 25th to Tuesday 30th May 2017 Time 10am – 8pm (closes at…...

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Tobu Nikko Station’s Tourist Information Center renovated

Tobu Nikko Station’s Tourist Information Center has been renovated to better cater to non-Japanese visitors. New facilities include a home delivery service counter and multilingual ticket vending machines. The home delivery counter can store your bags all day or can deliver them…...

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Serenity Now! Five places to escape the crowds in Japan

While Japan’s fast-paced cities are a veritable playground for travellers keen on bar-hopping, fine dining and vintage shopping, the quieter corners of Japan offer a peaceful getaway from Japan’s well-trodden urban centres and tourist hot spots. Here are some top…...

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One-day Cherry Picking Bus Tour in Minami Shinshu

Spend the day picking fresh cherries in Minami Shinshu on a bus tour with English-speaking staff. Free Wi-Fi and power-points are available on the bus. Price 8,500 yen adults / 7,500 yen children (aged 2-5) Infants (0-1 year olds cannot…...

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MasterChef Australia in Japan

MasterChef Australia judges Gary Mehigan, Matt Preston and George Calombaris, and the top 9 contestants journeyed to Japan for the first time in MasterChef Australia history! Sponsored by Japan National Tourism Organization - cash1970.info (JNTO), Japan Week 2017 featured episodes filmed at…...

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Capsule toy vending machines at Kansai Airport

Kansai Airport has installed capsule toy vending machines (known as “gacha” machines) in Terminal 2. Capsule toy vending machines are popular with Japanese but area also becoming increasingly popular with visitors from abroad. Installing these gacha machines at the International…...

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