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Tokyo by surprise

Japan is currently on a high from winning the bid to host the 2020 Summer Olympic Games.

Japan Tourism Agency selects Charming Japanese Souvenir Contest winner

TOKYO, Japan - Foreign judges from 15 countries and regions as well as experts from selected domestic sectors -- including sightseeing and distribution -- appointed to a panel of the Charming Japanese

VisitBritain goes to Tokyo to secure more business from Japan

VisitBritain is leading a tourism delegation to Japan, the home of 1.7 million High Net Worth Individuals second only to US, to build on the profile Britain received in 2012.

National WWII Museum highlights history of Olympics in wartime

NEW ORLEANS, La. - Hosting the Summer Games require years of planning and millions of dollars. Stadiums are built, funds raised, posters painted, tickets purchased and hotels and planes booked.

Super specials at Tokyo hotels from agoda.com

SINGAPORE - Agoda.com, Asia’s leading hotel booking site and part of Nasdaq-listed Priceline Group (Nasdaq: PCLN), today announced super specials at top hotels in Tokyo.

Why in the world should you have your next conference in...

The Japanese city of Sendai proved last month when it successfully hosted the first three-days of the 12th edition of the World Travel & Tourism Council’s Global Tourism Summit that not only is it o

Japan: A WTTC affair to remember

It is now common knowledge that not only did Japan successfully host this year’s World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) Global Summit, but it managed to bring new elements to the annual gathering of

International professionals gather for opening of WTTC in Tokyo

The World Travel & Tourism Council’s (WTTC) 12th Global Summit opened today with 1,200 international and Japanese industry professionals and government leaders from around the world gathered at the

WTTC Global Summit kicks off in 2 weeks in Japan

The World Travel & Tourism Council’s (WTTC) Global Summit in Tokyo and Sendai begins in two weeks, with a host of world-class speakers confirmed to contribute.

Garuda Indonesia launches Tokyo-Bali service

TOKYO, Japan - Garuda Indonesia, has announced a new flight service from Tokyo – Haneda Airport to Bali – Denpasar Airport effective 28 Aril 2012, details are as follows : Flight Schedules:

ITE and MICE promotes event at Tokyo meeting expo

To promote greater awareness and attract more buyers, trade visitors, and exhibitors from Japan, ITE & MICE exhibited this year in “IME2011 - The 21st International Meeting Expo” held last month i

Magnitude 7.0 earthquake strikes eastern Japan, Tokyo

Strong earthquake rocked eastern Japan on Sunday, according to US Geological Survey report.

15 free things to do in Tokyo

Tokyo has a reputation as an expensive city, but it offers a wide range of options for even the most budget-conscious traveller. Here is a list of great free things to do in Japan’s capital.

Air China inaugurates rotations between Chengdu and Tokyo

BEIJING, China - Air China has further cemented its network by launching direct links between Chengdu and Tokyo on June 16.

Japan shares lessons learned from recent crisis

This year’s edition of the yearly World Travel & Tourism Council’s (WTTC) Global Travel & Tourism Summit was held Las Vegas, Nevada.

JAL to launch nonstop Tokyo-Boston service in 2012

Japan Airlines (JAL) announced today that it will launch a brand new route between Tokyo's Narita International Airport and Boston Logan International Airport starting April 22, 2012.

Weeks after quake Japan’s tourism still on its knees

In the cavernous lobby of the Tokyu Hotel in Tokyo, executives sip $14 coffees, crisply dressed waiters hover with English-language menus and bilingual reception clerks wait patiently for incoming gue

Japan Airlines adds extra Tokyo-Osaka flights

The JAL Group today announced plans to operate daily roundtrip extra flights from Tokyo (Haneda) and Osaka (Itami) to Sendai Airport between April 13 and April 20, 2011 utilizing Boeing 737-800s with

Are US carriers clinging onto Tokyo to avoid revenue losses?

The increasing risk of radioactive fallout and aftershocks from last week’s earthquake prompted German Deutsche Lufthansa AG to pull out of Japan’s capital.

Tourists begin slow exodus from Tokyo

Fearing the possible risk of contamination as Japan confronts a post-quake nuclear emergency, foreigners have begun a slow exodus from Tokyo, although some are maintaining a stiff upper lip.
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