Latest posts with tags "Osaka"

Europa Sailing School in Subic Open to International Students

Feb 04, 2020 / Yachts

Newly opened Europa Sailing School in Subic Bay is located an hour from Clark Airport, connected by direct flights to many key cities in Asia.


New Cuisine Stars: Michelin Guide Kyoto Osaka 2017

Oct 23, 2016 / Gastronomy

The Michelin Guide Kyoto Osaka 2017 makes some surprising inclusions, including Cajun and Pakistani cuisines, bringing the total cuisines in the book to 32.


Japan beats France on three-star restaurants

Oct 19, 2011 / Gastronomy

Japan has overtaken France for the number of restaurants with three Michelin stars, according to the latest guide to the nation’s western cities to be released on Friday. Japan is now home to 29 establishments that hold the highly coveted three-star rating, against 25 in France. The latest version of the Michelin guide to Kyoto, […]


Michelin Guide Kyoto Osaka Kobe 2011

Oct 20, 2010 / Gastronomy

Michelin unveiled Tuesday its new guide to Japan’s western cities of Kyoto, Osaka and Kobe, with a novelty: a selection of 106 top restaurants that offer courses under 5,000 yen (60 dollars). The guide, due to hit Japanese bookstores on October 22 in both Japanese and English, lavished the ancient capital of Kyoto with seven […]


World’s Most Expensive Cities To Live – 2009

Jul 07, 2009 / Luxury Homes

Tokyo is the world’s most expensive city, according to Mercer’s 2009 Worldwide Cost of Living survey released today, with the cost of living up 13.1% from 2008. Japan’s capital is followed by Osaka and Moscow, which held the top spot in last year’s rankings. Geneva comes in fourth. The significant changes from last year are […]


$1.5 mn Bejeweled Bouquet

May 24, 2008 / Jewellery

An employee and a sales clerk of Takashimaya Department Store introduce a bouquet made of jewelry in Osaka on May 23, 2008. The 1.5 million dollars bouquet consists of a 11.5-carat yellow diamond ring, seven yellow gold diamond brooches and 46 Mexican opal brooches with silver leaves, stalks and base. Via msnbc


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