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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_empty_space][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] The Signature factor Every traveller should add staying at a Peninsula Hotels property to their bucket list. There are a handfull in the world, with more than half of them in Asia, and The Peninsula Tokyo doesn’t disappoint. A refined, 24-storey structure that is among the

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Heritage and haute cuisine come together in Japan’s lively, neon capital, a place where old meets new. The intersection of new and old lies at the heart of Tokyo’s appeal. The frenetic energy of its streets and glowing skyscrapers contrasts with the quiet contemplation of its

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SkiJapan.com has a long history of sending customers on amazing snow holidays. Since starting up in 1992, the travel company has gained an international reputation for their dedication to providing incredible holidays to the best ski resorts in Japan. With offices in Niseko, Japan as well

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First-time skier Samantha Rowntree takes to the slopes at Japan’s newest all-inclusive resort, Club Med Tomamu Hokkaido. Some things haven’t changed since Club Med first appeared on the travel scene in 1950 with a smattering of thatched huts on the beachfront in Solerno, Italy. The resort

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Japanese spas may be synonymous with hot tubs and mineral springs, but now a cache of forward-thinking operators are uniting traditional relaxation rituals with modern techniques and facilities, as Natasha Dragun discovers. 1. The Spa at The Ritz-Carlton, Kyoto One of Kyoto’s newest hotels enjoys one of the city’s best

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Exploring the world on horseback offers a novel perspective for travellers looking for authentic experiences and extraordinary landscapes. If you prefer the saddle to the tour bus, these Globe Trotting rides will have you champing at the bit as equine enthusiasts Kate Pilcher and Marnie

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As a ski destination, it’s hard to beat Niseko, the powder capital of Japan nestled in the heart of Hokkaido. A record-breaking 2017/18 season saw more than 17 metres of snow bury the resort for unmatched, waist-deep, fresh lines and, with bookings recently opened for next

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 The winter wonderland of Hoshino Resorts TOMAMU, Hokkaido, gets a five-star boost this season with the opening of a new shopping precinct. You don’t have to be tearing up the slopes to enjoy the mountains. This is something that Hoshino Resorts TOMAMU has always known, and the Japanese resort has long made

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Venturing out and about is not always necessary when it comes to exploring a destination’s art culture. All over Asia it’s onward and upward with the arts as hotels deepen channels between their guests’ accommodation and their access to art. Here are some hotels that are rewriting the

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