Wider seats are being installed to lure business travelers
A Japanese ski resort adds a thriller ride to its summer season activities
A pilot project aims to reduce luggage weight and fuel consumption by renting clothes to travelers
PHeymont landed in Tokyo after a 14-hour flight and with an overnight layover. Just enough time for a tower visit and a night's sleep!
An evening walk to Tokyo Tower took PHeymont past a temple garden in evening light
A currency conversion glitch on one of ANA's websites may be a bonanza for those who moved fast
ANA is removing overhead flight monitors at Tokyo Haneda airport, telling passengers to use their phones instead
A true hands-off hotel opens in Japan, connected to a rail station
Japan is ready to allow the cruise business to resume, but is requiring fairly strict anti-Covid protocols as others loosen them.
JR East railroad is offering enthusiasts of Japan and railroading an opportunity to drive their own trains
Japan re-opens a bit further, but is still far short of its goal for revival
Japanese and Dutch rail operators are using actual simulators to give the experience of learning to drive a train.
While others are enhancing kiosks and adding more, a Japanese airline is going all out for app-based check-in
H.I.S. turns to farming after pandemic-era losses, and will also operate farm experience tours.
An excursion for dogs and their people will run on chartered bullet trains.