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Hakuba village, a downhill skiing venue during the 1998 Nagano Winter Olympics, is a resort located at the foot of the 3,000-meter-high Northern Japan Alps. The Hakuba Tokyu Hotel offers spectacular mountain views and memorable experiences year-round.
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Kyoto, once home to emperors and aristocrats, has a history of more than 1,200 years and is one of the most refined and sophisticated places in the world. This long-standing culture is not an ancient art, but rather a living, evolving tradition that continues to transform in the modern age. People are always fascinated by the beauty and sophistication of its diverse offerings such as its perfectionist Japanese food culture, registered as a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage and elegant crafts,

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Shops and restaurants on the south side of Kichijoji Station

Kichijoji is one of the most popular residential areas in Tokyo. In fact, the vast and lovely Inokashira Park, just a few-minutes-walk from Kichijoji Station, is a relaxing, green respite within the city. In the center of Inokashira, is an expansive boating lake, beckoning you to jump into a rental rowboat or swan pedal boat.Inokashira-Park_GettyImages-sb10064100ak-001.jpg?profile=RESIZE_710x

In Spring, Sakura Surround the Boating Lake at Inokashira Park.

On the other side of the park, the Ghibli Museum,

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THE HOTEL HIGASHIYAMA by Kyoto Tokyu opened July 7, 2022. Situated in a prime location, surrounded by an array of cultural and artistic facilities, this luxury boutique hotel exudes Japanese sensibility in both design aesthetics and warm omotenashi hospitality. Guests will find their stay so pleasurable that it becomes a purposeful part of their Kyoto visit.

Inspired by Traditional Kyoto Culture with a Modern Twist
The five-story hotel features 168 guest rooms located on floors 1 to 5.



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Yonezawa is a castle town in Yamagata Prefecture (Northern Honshu) that was once home to the Uesugi clan (14th-17th Centuries). The original castle buildings have been long destroyed, but Ueshugi Jinja Shrine, which was built at the center of the site, remains. The shrine is dedicated to the powerful warrior, Uesugi Kenshin, and features a treasure house filled with original artifacts, which enhance the town’s Samurai-era ambiance. Yonezawa is also famous for traditional crafts and local culinar

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For more than 1,200 years since the emperor Kanmu moved the capital from Nara, Kyoto has been Japan’s center of culture, art, and cuisine. The Higashiyama ward especially, is home to a plethora of national treasures, temples, shrines, and historic districts. These include Kiyomizudera, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and Gion, an entertainment district famous for its Geisha. Also, Higashiyama ward is surrounded by the Higashiyama mountains and the Kamo river, where visitors can stroll and take in

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The Capitol Hotel Tokyu, located in the heart of Tokyo and already honored with a Five-Star rating by Forbes Travel Guide, has now been certified as a "Legend Collection" property by "Preferred Hotels & Resorts." This graceful building with modern flare and traditional Japanese subtleties was designed by famed architect Kengo Kuma. It recently celebrated its tenth anniversary as a luxurious oasis in Akasaka. It is Japan’s first-ever Legend Collection hotel. Described as an elegant cocoon of Japa

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Kanazawa is the capital of Japan's Ishikawa Prefecture, along the Japan Seacoast. Because of its rich cultural history and preserved art and architecture, it is often called the Jewel of the Hokuriku - Central Honshu - region.

Historically, Kanazawa was the headquarters of the Kaga Domain during the Edo Period (1603-1868). The Kaga Domain was Japan’s second most powerful, after the Tokugawa Shogunate, located in Eastern Honshu. 

The Maeda Clan, headquartered in Kanazawa, were the Kaga Domain's feu

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