JapanTravelTips 5/30/2015 Ise-Kumano, Japanese Culture and Heatstroke
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- 220.127.116.11 Line-up latest for HYPER JAPAN July 2015
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- 22.214.171.124 Launch of the Takayama-Hokuriku and Ise-Kumano Tourist Passes
- 126.96.36.199 It’s Not JUST Hot — “Summer in Japan” and Watching out for Heatstroke
- 188.8.131.52 Rainbow spas at Hotel Nikko Tokyo; Feast Hawaiian-style at the Imperial; Fireworks buffet at ANA Crowne Plaza
JapanTravelTips 5/30/2015 Ise-Kumano and Japanese Culture and Heatstroke
If you’re a Japanophile living in the UK, you will probably have heard of HYPER JAPAN by now.
Back in 2003 during my first Japanese class, one of the first vocabulary words I learned from our textbook at the time was 喫茶店 (kissaten, which the textbook translated to “café”.
The Central Japan Railway Company and West Japan Railway Company will be launching the “Takayama-Hokuriku Tourist Pass” for foreign travellers, allowing access to the popular Takayama, Shirakawa-go, Gokayama, Kanazawa and Toyama from Nagoya and Osaka.
For those who have yet to experience it, the words “Summer in Japan” can be difficult to understand. In Japan, summer generally refers to the season that begins at the end of May and finishes toward the end of September.
Rainbow spas at Hotel Nikko Tokyo; Feast Hawaiian-style at the Imperial; Fireworks buffet at ANA Crowne Plaza
The Hotel Nikko Tokyo will offer two accommodation plans to brighten up the rainy season from June 1 to July 20. The plans include a trip to the hotel’s Spa Zen Tokyo, which boasts a pool, aroma mist sauna, fitness studio and an outdoor hot tub.