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ANA Dishes Up Akita Classics
Until the end of November, those flying business class on ANA to Bangkok, Jakarta, Singapore, and KL can have a taste of northern Honshu.
The ticket prices to Osaka's new ride have not been announced yet.
Japan’s Tallest Ferris Wheel to Open in Osaka
The new attraction surpasses Japan's current tallest Ferris Wheel of 117 meters at Tokyo's Kasai Rinkai Park
Spring Getaway Idea: Hakodate
Repeatedly voted as the most attractive city in the country by the Japanese, Hakodate is now connected to Tokyo by a four-hour Shinkansen tr...
Travel time between Tokyo and Hokkaido is now shorter by 53 minutes with the new service.
New Tokyo–Hokkaido Bullet Train Line Opens
Travel time between Tokyo and Hokkaido is now shorter by 53 minutes thanks to a new shinkansen line.
A private onsen in one of Amanemu's suites.
Aman Opens a Hot Spring Resort in Japan
Amanemu is Aman's second property in Japan, located at Ise-Shima National Park and overlooking the blue waters of Ago Bay.
Hidetoshi Nakata, former football star and creator of N sake.
6 Questions with Hidetoshi Nakata
A decade after retiring from the field, Japanese football hero Hidetoshi Nakata tells us about his new set of goals making his US$1,000-a-bo...
The Tsukihashi room at Hoshinoya Kyoto.
Hotel of the Week: Hoshinoya Kyoto
Nestled deep in the Arashiyama Gorge and accessed via a 10-minute boat ride up a maple-fringed river, the Hoshinoya is Kyoto’s most avant-...
The premium cabin aboard one of All Nippon Airways’ long-haul Boeing 787s.
ANA to Fly Directly From Tokyo to Mexico City
ANA will be the first airline to connect Japan and Mexico after Japan Airlines ended its direct service in 2010.
The Ataraxia Cafe opened in December 2015 and is the first-ever ladies-only otaku cafe.
A Cafe for Female Otakus in Japan
The Ataraxia Cafe is dedicated to providing a comfortable space for female otakus to indulge in their hobby.
A boxy fan purse from the collection.
Olympia Le-Tan Looks to Japan
The French designer created her latest collection—including her beloved book—clutches as an ode to Japan.