EDITION, The Fast-Growing Luxury Lifestyle Brand, Opens The First Of Two Highly Anticipated Locations In Tokyo

TOKYO, Oct. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The premiere of The Tokyo EDITION, Toranomon represents a very delicate balancing act between the refined, elegant, simple and pure approach of Japan’s culture, style and traditions and EDITION’s passion, emotion, sophistication, perpetual subversion of the status quo and desire to break rules to create something entirely new and that has never been seen before. As a result of this unlikely combination, a

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Pets allowed at new Tokyo accommodation for COVID-19 patients with mild or no symptoms



a tall building in a city: Temporary recovery facilities created by the Nippon Foundation are seen in Shinagawa Ward, Tokyo, in July. (Mainichi/Koichiro Tezuka)


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Temporary recovery facilities created by the Nippon Foundation are seen in Shinagawa Ward, Tokyo, in July. (Mainichi/Koichiro Tezuka)

TOKYO — Newly built 140-bed recovery accommodation in the capital’s Daiba district for novel coronavirus patients with mild or no symptoms will allow them to stay with their pets, it has been learned from plans laid out by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government.

As a general rule, COVID-19 patients with

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Travel firms slash ‘Go To Travel’ max discount by up to 75% after Tokyo joins campaign

A poster for the “Go To Travel” campaign is seen at a travel company in Tokyo’s Chiyoda Ward on Oct. 1, 2020. (Mainichi/Kota Yoshida)


TOKYO — Major hotel booking sites offering discounts as part of the Japanese government’s “Go To Travel” tourism promotion campaign are reducing the maximum limit of the spending they’ll cover for holidaymakers by as much as 75%.


Since

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Scattered around world, Canada’s women’s BB team faces extra challenges in advance of Tokyo Olympics



a group of people watching a football game: Canada's guard Miah-Marie Langlois and national teammates cheer during a game at the 2016 Olympics. Langlois and the rest of the team are now spread across the world playing overseas, unsure of when they'll come together next.


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Canada’s guard Miah-Marie Langlois and national teammates cheer during a game at the 2016 Olympics. Langlois and the rest of the team are now spread across the world playing overseas, unsure of when they’ll come together next.

If it was up to Ruth Hamblin, she might be in space right now.

Instead, she’s self-isolating in an apartment in Poland after her basketball team experienced

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Tokyo residents can now travel beyond the city



a group of people standing in front of a building: Kimono-clad Japanese tourists visiting Kaminarimon Gate of the Sensoji temple at Asakusa in downtown Tokyo on Sept 30. EPA PIC


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Kimono-clad Japanese tourists visiting Kaminarimon Gate of the Sensoji temple at Asakusa in downtown Tokyo on Sept 30. EPA PIC

TOKYO: Railway stations in Tokyo and airports across Japan were crowded on the first weekend since the Japanese capital was included in a government subsidy programme.

The “Go To Travel” campaign aims to revive domestic tourism and consumption that took a hard hit due

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Tokyo added to travel subsidy program as discount raised to 50%



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Tokyo became part of the government’s domestic travel subsidy program on Thursday, as the amount of assistance offered to travelers amid the coronavirus pandemic was increased to cover up to half of the entire costs.

A similar initiative to promote consumption at eateries also kicked off the same day, in which points are given to patrons reserving seats that can be used the next time they eat at

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Tokyo residents become eligible for $12.3 bn Go To Travel subsidies

TOKYO — Residents of Tokyo will from Thursday be able to take advantage of national travel subsidies, as Japan seeks to revive its coronavirus-battered tourism industry.

The government is offering 1.3 trillion yen ($12.3 billion) in inducements that cover up to half of applicants’ domestic travel spending — 35% for accommodation and 15% for restaurant and souvenir coupons. The subsidy is capped at 20,000 yen per person per night.

Tokyo

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‘Lost Girls & Love Hotels’ review: Alexandra Daddario’s Tokyo drifting

Alexandra Daddario has a wonderfully expressive face and a natural screen presence, and she’s done her best work on TV in vehicles such as “True Detective” and “”American Horror Story” — but she turns in arguably her finest performance to date in the VOD feature film “Lost Girls & Love Hotels,” a smart and sobering erotic psychological thriller that plays like “Looking for Mr. Goodbar” meets “Lost in Translation.”

Though

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