- These Starbucks spots are not your ordinary morning coffee spot! Get your favourite Starbucks beverage in a one-of-a-kind setting the next time you’re at any of these locations.
- Although most would assume Japan is not vegan-friendly, it actually is. If you’re planning to visit Tokyo, Osaka, or Kyoto, then you need to taste these traditional dishes. Even if you’re not vegan!
All Roads Lead To Japan: ANA Launches ‘Beyond #MissingJapan’ Campaign & MAS Increases Flights To TokyoAll Nippon Airways and Malaysia Airlines are getting travellers excited to visit Japan once again with a brand new campaign and more flight times!
- Budget airline Scoot is getting ready for the year-end holidays by expanding its services to Hong Kong, Japan, and Taiwan! You can also expect more routes to Malaysia and Indonesia.
- Some of your favourite vacation spots have new flying options, including non-stop flights for the first time. Here are the most recent new local and international flight routes that have been launched, great for sparking your wanderlust.
- Bubble Dining seems the way forward when it comes to eating out in the time of COVID-19. We’re talking clear geodesic domes, see-through tents, glass greenhouses, you name it! They’re cute, creative, dreamy, and social-distanced.
- As inspiring as all the athletes of Tokyo’s 2020 Olympic Games were, these eight women Olympians sure stood out. From being the youngest gold medallists to being the first to win an Olympic gold for their nation — their stories are nothing short of amazing.
- With the Tokyo Olympics happening soon and COVID-19 still a major threat in many regions, how is Japan coping with these concerns while ensuring the games go on safely and securely? Koari Sasaki, who sits on the board for the Tokyo Organising Committee, gives us some insight.
- The Tokyo Olympics is set to continue with limited spectators. But that may change to no spectators at all due an increase of COVID-19 cases in Japan. That and restrictions that are unlikely to lift soon.
- Fall in love with these independent stationery stores that are preserving and elevating the joy of writing.
- Kabukichō is one of the liveliest – albeit slightly dodgy – nightlife and entertainment districts in Tokyo, Japan. It’s located in the Shinjuku ward of Tokyo and is well-known as a red light district.
- Omoide Yokocho - or Memory Lane as it's called in English – is a small group of alleys filled with around 60 tiny restaurants and bars. It’s also just around the corner from the world’s busiest train station – Shinjuku.