Travel Rob shows us where to see some of the best views of Tokyo.
A spa town in Japan plans an amusement park with spa-based rides, including (it hopes) a roller coaster hot tub.
ANA promotes its plan to use an A380 on Tokyo to Honolulu flights with a contest.
International Air Group makes some moves to drum up new traffic on both Atlantic and Pacific routes.
Tokyo's Narita Airport Terminal 2 now has a great place to wait...and wait, courtesy of a Japanese mattress manufacturer.
Japan's preparation for the 2020 Olympics includes rethinking the symbols that guide people to features and facilities.
At a Zen Buddhist temple, seesaw experiences a ritual with traditional tea and sweet candies: A never-to-be-forgotten rich sensory memory.
ANA gets 3 more coveted slots at Haneda, the closer-in Tokyo airport that many airlines compete to get access to because it gives a time advantage.
Seesaw visits a century-old wasabi farm, and learns how the small green vegetable with the intense flavor is grown and prepared.
Japanese tourism authorities are talking about Okinawa, Japan's outpost Ryukyu Islands prefecture, as the next Hawaii, with more visitors each year.
Wanderpass, a new free app, turns your smartphone into an audioguide for Tokyo...and soon for many more cities.
Japan's network of Bullet Trains (shinkansen) has taken another leap forward with the completion of service to Hokkaido island.
A small town in Japan struggles with declining population, and pins its hopes of growth on tourism and the recent arrival of a 'bullet train' station.
Tokyo's giant rail and subway stations, Shinjuko and Tokyo Station can be a puzzle even for locals who need to switch among many different lines...and for visitors it's even worse. But a new app is designed to save the day for both. Released last year for Tokyo station, it now covers Shinjuku as well, and works in either English or Japanese. It uses positioning beacons inside the stations to help the app show you where you are and where you have to go. You are represented by a bright blue...
Tokyo is dreaming of a mile-high tower with apartments for 55,000 people, to be built on a series of islands that are part of a flood-control system.