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Signature presents the Top Seven adventures that are perfect for Father and Son bonding. Why not treat Dad to an adventure? From shooting sporting clays in Montana to fishing in Russia, hiking in Ethiopia, cycling in South America and driving Land Rovers in Mongolia, a world of active

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Hoshino Resorts continues its campaign to reshape Japan’s travel and tourism industry with its latest property, a luxury ryokan (complete with onsen or hot spring) in a standalone skyscraper; right in the heart of one of the world’s biggest and best cities, Tokyo. Traveller: C. James

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Conrad Tokyo: This luxury Japanese hotel is the perfect five-star city escape.   Hotel Review: Conrad Tokyo, Japan by C. James Dale Goodbye Tsukiji, hello 2020. Our writer finds out how this five-star luxury hotel is looking ahead to the next big thing as the Conrad Tokyo prepares to lose its famous fish

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The hai life There are destinations that move you with their beauty, some that sweep you back in time, and others that worm their way into your heart or, in the case of Japan, steal it with blinding neon-lit force. As understated as it is bold and

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Cherishing the cherry blossoms If you’re wondering what time of year to visit Japan, why not let nature make the decision for you? Time your trip with the blooming of cherry blossoms and you’ll see the festive side of Japanese life as locals gather to celebrate

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The acclaimed chef of renowned Danish restaurant has opened a pop-up in Tokyo, shares C. James Dale. Years before he was labelled a gastronomical genius, before his Copenhagen restaurant, Noma, was lauded as the best in the world and transformed into a Mecca for foodies everywhere,

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There are few better ways to enjoy the holidays in Japan than with a traditional onsen experience, as C. James Dale discovers. The tiny chapel was packed with people when we squeezed into the back, the choir singing “The First Noel,” which struck us doubly appropriate. It was

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