Tag Archives: Japan

  • A quick guide on how to travel to Japan on a budget – where to find cheap flight, hotel, food and free attractions to visit.

  • For repeat visitors to Tokyo, you might want to try something different: factory outlet malls shopping! The Garden Walk Makuhari and Yokohama World Porters are about 30 min by train from central Tokyo.

  • Pick up a package to the ‘Powder city’ of the world – Snowy Hokkaido at the forthcoming NATAS Travel Fair.

  • See the beauty of Hokkaido at your own pace where self drive in a foreign country can be so stress free.

  • Natas Fair 1-for-1 Japan promotion starts now till end of 26 Feb. The first 1200 persons who book a tour to Tokyo, Kyushu or Hokkaido and travel between 1 March & 31 May with any partner travel agents like Chan Brothers, ASA Holidays get the deal.

  • Roppongi has made a name as a centre for tourists where a large number of the bars and clubs remain open until 5am. Adding to this image is Roppongi Hills, a large entertainment complex that opened recently.

  • Ikebukuro & Shimokitazawa night clubs are geared towards Tokyo students, so you can find cheap drinks and food deals easily. The whole area has a boho feel that is often lacking in the rest of Tokyo.

  • Shinjuku night clubs offer an interesting insight of Tokyo nightlife. The highlights are Golden Gai area where many tiny bars crammed together and popular Gay clubs like Arty Farty and Annex Bar that can be an eye opener.

  • Shibuya is the most popular Tokyo nightlife hotspot. With so many night clubs and bars competing each other, the Womb still stands out as a sure winner.

  • Tokyo nightlife starts when Tokyoites leave offices and ends at 5am. There are many night clubs and bars offer various styles that suit everyone’s tastes. Expats like Muse Club in Roppongi while the youth prefer Womb Club in Shibuya.