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Tranquil garden wedding In commemoration of its 20th anniversary, the Westin Tokyo in Ebisu has launched a unique wedding plan, allowing guests to take full of advantage of its beautiful garden. The hotel's European-themed The Westin Garden, which
Christina Muehlbauer, 24 German teacher (German) I would make it 24 hours maybe not the overland trains, so as not to disturb people, but certainly the subway. If you are in Tokyo and want to go out and party late, you have to wait until around 5 a.m.
The first two cars of a train derailed after colliding into the rear of another stopped train at Motosumiyoshi Station in Kawasaki, Kanagawa Prefecture, on Saturday morning, injuring at least 19 people. According to police, the accident occurred at
Six Japan Railway group passenger railroads have applied with the government for hikes in fares to reflect a hike in the 5 percent consumption tax to 8 percent in April. Of the six, only East Japan Railway Co. sought permission Thursday for a hike in
But in a city where train traffic, that villain of automated subway announcements, can be too faceless a culprit, most riders know nothing of the system to officially assign blame, with a simple note. Since June 2010, the Metropolitan Transportation
A 22-year-old woman was fatally stabbed in front of a train station in Ichikawa, Chiba Prefecture, on Wednesday afternoon. According to police, the victim, identified as Shiomi Yuasa, was walking with her two-year-old daughter and a man with whom she
Skin-care spa treatment plan As temperatures drop, the air is getting drier, and fall and winter can be harsh seasons for skin recovering from the summer sun. In response to this, the Hyatt Regency Tokyo in Shinjuku is offering a spa treatment
False food menus at the Ritz-Carlton Osaka, a luxury hotel affiliated with Hankyu Hanshin Holdings Inc., were caused by human error, the establishment's general manager said Saturday. At a news conference, Oriol Montal apologized for the incident,
Trains may be running full, but there is a decline in number of tickets booked in the past six months, causing worry for cash-strapped Railways. The number of passengers travelling in the non-suburban sector, which include reserved and unreserved
Kyushu Railway Co. will raise the price of the most expensive package for its Seven Stars luxury train service to ¥770,000 per person for double-occupancy, an increase of about ¥200,000, starting with July 2014 departures, a JR Kyushu official said.