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There are many high-end Japanese restaurants in Ginza, but no places give off the same refreshing personality as “Tsurutokame,” which opened less than two years ago. The restaurant is special for its seven itamae chefs, who are all women. Together, they have ushered in a new whirlwind in cooking and cuisine. Indeed, “Tsurutokame” is a rare and special restaurant in Japan. From the moment you open the door of “Tsurutokame”, the chefs’...

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“What If…” Many great art in the world is created by asking that simple question… JTB and the World Heritage Theater (WHT) did just that by asking this question: {WHAT IF… Nikko Toshogu and Kabuki collaborated to create a special performance stage?} And what did they end up with? They created an immortal performance that will remain cherished in the audience’s memories forever.   General...

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July 6/7: A total of 24 of us met at Honolulu Airport and left for Sapporo by Hawaiian Airlines. The flight was’t full so some of us could stretch a little and relaxed. It was about 7.5 hr. smooth flight and landed in Chitose Airport around 4:40 pm。 After checking into the Air Terminal Hotel which was located inside the terminal building, some of us went out to explore inside the terminal for food and shopping. There were many shops...

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The first Luxury Collection hotel to open in Tokyo is an exquisitely designed hideaway in the upscale Kioicho district, a premier address steeped in the history of the Tokugawas and just minutes on foot from the vibrant entertainments of Akasaka. The 250-room Prince Gallery Tokyo Kioicho occupies the top seven floors of a 36-story tower, offering iconic city views from every angle along with exquisitely curated artwork. The...

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General Information about Higashi Chaya Machi Higashi Chaya Machi initially flourished as the suburb of the Kanazawa Castle. Its residents were totally immersed in the art of “No’u,” a traditional Japanese folk singing and dancing performance, so much that “No’u” singing would fall from the skies when one walked the streets of Higashi Machi. Eventually, during the Edo Period this rich musical...

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Day 1- March 18, Saturday Everyone was on time and checked in with no hassle.We took a ANA flight (9hrs 25 mins flight), Honolulu to Narita. Everyone enjoyed the in-flight entertainment and meal.  Day2 -March 19, Sunday We took a chartered bus and checked in to Grand Nikko Tokyo Daiba hotel. Room keys were all ready, our luggage were transferred to the rooms by the staff of the hotel . Service at the hotel was excellent. There were...

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