Japanese sushi maestro Jiro Ono, whose creations are the best in the world, warned Tuesday of a sea change in ingredients due to overfishing.
Nestlé, the world’s largest food and drink conglomerate, has bought 20 humanoid robots to help sell coffee machines in its stores across Japan.
The Christian Dior creative director will show the brand’s Pre-Fall 2015 collection in the Japanese capital in December.
Due to overwhelming demand, Noma at Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo has been extended for an extra two weeks.
According to a recent study conducted by Hotel.info, Tourists are most likely to find an immaculate hotel room while traveling to Tokyo.
Luxury hotel The Peninsula Tokyo has launched a PR campaign for their littlest guests by inviting characters from Pokémon to invade their hotel.
Kyoto, Japan has been named the top travel destination in the world by readers of Travel + Leisure magazine in the US.
Alexander McQueen has unveiled its first flagship in Japan, a 4,200-square-foot space in Tokyo’s Aoyama neighborhood.
Japan’s super-speedy bullet train is to offer passengers a chance to soothe their tired feet in a carriage equipped with footbaths.
A hot spring resort in Hakone, Japan, is offering customers a chance to relax in chocolate baths for Valentine’s Day.
Madonna has launched a range of products under the label MDNA Skin.
Gucci is celebrating half a century in Japan with a series of events and special products.
A Japanese railway operator on Friday unveiled a new super-luxury train that has a lounge car with a piano and a bar, top-end dining and 14 private suites.
Prabal Gurung is set to design uniforms for around 10,000 All Nippon Airways cabin and ground staff to celebrate the airway’s 60th birthday in 2014.
Paris is poised to get its first sake tasting salon in a bid to demystify the Japanese rice wine that is still relatively unknown to Western consumers.
Spanish fashion house Loewe and Tokyo-based designer Junya Watanabe have collaborated to celebrate ‘The Year of Spain in Japan’.
The Michelin Guide has unveiled its 2013 special edition guide to Hiroshima, Japan, the very first time guide’s inspectors have rated the region.
Tokyo’s first amphibious buses carry 40 passengers through the city’s low eastern side by road before taking to the Naka river during a 100-minute “Tokyo Splash Tour.”
A pure gold replica of Barcelona football star Lionel Messi’s left foot, worth $5.2 million, was unveiled in Tokyo by Ginza Tanaka on Wednesday.
With its expansive high rises, fancy restaurants and high-profile boutiques, Tokyo has been named the world’s most expensive city in 2013.