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ANA to begin direct flights between Tokyo and Perth

Partners Information: All Nippon Airways (ANA), Japan’s largest and 5-star airline for six consecutive years will begin offering direct daily services between Tokyo and Perth, Australia in September 2019. The flight will be based out of Narita International Airport and…...

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Visit the Seven Gods of Fortune during the New Year

Partners Information: One Japanese tradition is the practice of “Shichifukujin-meguri”, or “visiting the Seven Gods of Fortune”, during the New Year to pray for good luck and prosperity. Visitors make their way through seven temples or shrines located close to one…...

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Tokyo Nighttime Passport

Partners Information: Enjoy nights out in Tokyo for a bargain with the newly launched Tokyo Nighttime Passport! Purchase this voucher and show it at participating bars, clubs and more in Shibuya and Shinjuku to enjoy limited deals only available with…...

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Koto City Tokyo Traditional Crafts Exhibition

Partners Information: Get up-close and personal with Japanese traditional crafts that have been passed down from the Edo period (1603-1868)! The Koto City Traditional Crafts Exhibition will soon be held in Tokyo. The event allows visitors to see how traditional crafts are created,…...

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50 Awesome Things to Do in Tokyo

In this wild, wacky world of ours, Tokyo is surely the wackiest place of them all. I had my first taste of this delicious city in 2015; Scott had finally convinced me to join him and a group of our…...

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12 Things to Do in Tokyo with Kids

Japan is a safe and family-friendly travel destination. There’s no shortage of activities and attractions to keep kids of all ages entertained. Here are 12 things to do in Tokyo with kids on your next visit. 1. Shop: Tokyo Character…...

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Tokyo Pirates Festival 2018

Partners Information: If you’re a fan of the hit anime and manga series ONE PIECE then you won’t want to miss the TOKYO PIRATES FESTIVAL 2018, the summer festival for all pirates! The event will be held from July 14 to…...

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Tokyo DisneySea with Kids: What to See, Eat and Do

There’s no escaping the fact that Tokyo boasts not one, but two Disney themeparks: Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea. Leaving it off your itinerary if travelling with kids in Japan is sacrilege to some. Having visited Disneyland in Anaheim, we…...

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13 Cool Things To Do In Tokyo in the Morning

Tokyo is a not a friend to the early riser – or the jetlagged. On my recent trip, I woke up every morning around 5 am and, after a couple of hours enjoying lounging about, I was raring to explore…...

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Favourite Things to do for Families in Tokyo

A holiday to Tokyo is a fabulous choice for families – this friendly, buzzing city is perfect for adults and kids and will have you on your feet exploring for as long as you can, each and every day of…...

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Sumida River Fireworks Festival

Partners Information: Sumida River Fireworks Festival – The oldest fireworks festival in Japan The Sumida River Firework Festival is one of the largest and most famous fireworks festivals in Tokyo. The annual event dates back to the Edo period. Enjoy watching around…...

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Bon-dancing and Summer Festival at Zojoji Temple Tokyo

Partners Information: Shiba Park Hotel invites guests to experience Japanese culture at a ‘bon-dancing’ festival at Zojoji Temple on 27-28 July 2018. Bon-dancing is a Japanese tradition. Participants clad in yukata (summer kimono) dance around a yagura (wooden tower). The ritual was traditionally…...

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Hoshino Resorts launches Omo brand hotels

Partners Information: Hoshino Resorts launched OMO, their fourth brand of hotel themed – Get down with the local rhythm. OMO Hotels are made for budget-conscious travellers that want to live like locals. Each hotel provides information on local food, sightseeing spots and fun attractions for a…...

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Oedo Fukagawa Sakura Matsuri

Partners Information: Cherry Blossom Viewing Aboard Traditional Japanese Boats Monzen-nakacho (formerly Fukagawa) in eastern Tokyo is an area defined by its warm, friendly community. During the cherry blossom season, ride in traditional Japanese-style boats ferried by hand on Oyokogawa River,…...

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