11 hrs ago
Roppongi in midnight
This photograph was taken at midnight in front of Roppongi Station in Tokyo. Roppongi is a town where daytime is quiet.
20 hrs ago
Nikkei Net Interactive
'Mt Fuji Effect' Expected To Send Asian Tourists Flocking
Japan's tourism industry is hoping to parlay Mt. Fuji's imminent status as a World Heritage site into a growth opportunity, and Asian tourists are seen playing a central role.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Hong Kong ranks top ten worldwide in the Club Sandwich Index.
According to the latest Club Sandwich Index , the top 3 most expensive cities to buy a hotel club sandwich globally are Geneva, Switzerland; Paris, France and Oslo, Norway respectively.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
North Korean schools in Japan: Class action
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Asia Flights from $812+ R/T
American Airlines has discounted summer and fall flights to several Asian cities, including Beijing, Seoul, Shanghai, and Tokyo.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Asia News Network
Japan's luxury summer gifts
Packages of summer gift sets containing wine and gourmet meat are displayed in Takashimaya Nihonbashi store in Chuo Ward, Tokyo.
20 cities earning MOST tourist dollars
Although there are many cities that see large number of visitors, but not all are able to earn top dollars.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
Tokyo on Maryland Avenue
Tokyo pop-punk trio tacobonds play Golden West Cafe June 15 with Groundcover, Echo Hey Hello, and Weekends; and Club K June 21 with Groundcover, Echo Hey Hello, Weekends, Natural Velvet, Jeff Carey, and Sexgender.
Check This Out: Japan Has a 'Suspiria' Themed Italian Bar in Tokyo
While we're waiting for David Gordon Green's remake of Dario Argento's 1977 horror classic Suspiria , a bar in Japan has taken cues from the horror film for their patrons to enjoy.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
The Japan Times
Prabal Gurung takes to the sky, Swedish style lands in Osaka and NukeMe creates turbulent fabrics
Cult fashion designer NukeMe is best-known for hacking sewing-machine software to create distorted embroidery pieces that look like computer glitches and graphical errors.
Tokyo's Tiffany Building up for sale as market recovers-sources
Tokyo's Tiffany Building is up for sale with an asking price of at least 25 billion yen as owner Asia Pacific Land bets on a recovery in property prices, people with direct knowledge of the process said.
The park in early summer
This photograph is taken in Kasai Rinkai Park in Tokyo Edogawa-ku. This is a metropolitan park facing Tokyo Bay.
The Papillion Times
As Japan seeks revival, hedge funds bet on a bust
A University of Iowa researcher who helped on an early clinical trial of the 3-D technology said she thinks it will become the standard - if insurance questions can be resolved.
Sun Jun 09, 2013
The magic of dining at La Truffle in Ma Du Zi
There is something clandestine about both the hotel and the restaurant at Ma Du Zi .
Direct flight from Denver to Tokyo has been years in the making
The inaugural flight between Denver and Tokyo takes to the skies Monday, ferrying with it the vision and aspirations of a region that has worked nearly 27 years to create a direct link between its Middle America location and Asia's economic opportunities.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
Tokyo Nightlife with Haven and Bedwin & the Heartbreakers
Having taken an in-depth look at the urban sprawl that is Tokyo for the first edition of its "FIELD NOTES" video series, Edmonton-based menswear retailer HAVEN recently headed back to the Japanese capital - this time teaming up with BEDWIN & THE HEARTBREAKERS for an inside look at nightlife in the city.
Thu Jun 06, 2013
Daisy Whitney: A strange city can point you to the one you love
Daisy Whitney shares how 'Lost in Translation' helped inspire her hero's journey in her new 'When You Were Here.'
The Japan Times
AirAsia to up overseas flights to offset weaker yen
AirAsia Japan Co., one of the three Japanese low-cost carriers that started last year, is adding more overseas flights to increase foreign currency revenue to offset a rise in fuel and lease costs caused by a weaker yen.
The Japan Times
Take a sky-high meal at Tokyo Skytree; savory cold noodles for...
President Barack Obama is facing a new quandary from a pair of assertive allies, France and Britain, that suggest his stated "red line" for more forceful U.S. action in the Syrian civil war has been crossed, with solid evidence of chemical weapons use by ... Maybe it's just something in the air this time of year that prompts reruns of Igor ... (more)
Wall Street Journal
Japan Becoming Cheaper Place to Send Workers
Not only is Japan is becoming a cheaper place to swill your favorite sake, according to new research it's also becoming a more affordable place for companies to send workers.