Cup Noodles Museum in Yokohama

Cup Noodles Museum in Yokohama
The world’s first instant ramen, Chicken Ramen, debuted in 1958. In 1971 cup noodles went on sale for the first time anywhere and instant ramen became an international food. Today 95.4 billion serves of instant ramen are consumed every year. The Cup Noodles Museum is located in Minato Mirai, Yokohama, celebration for the 40th birthday of Cup Noodles and opened on September 17, 2011. You can experience the...

Japanese Kabuki Spectacle Premieres at Fountains of Bellagio, Las Vegas

The Kabuki Spectacle performance of Koi-Tsukami Renowned Japanese Kabuki actors Somegoro Ichikawa and Yonekichi Nakamura will clash with the giant carp from an impressive 165-foot stage constructed inside Lake Bellagio during the 30-minute production Vivid visual imagery set on water using 15 Panasonic PT-DZ21K projectors, reaching nearly 60 feet in height and 984 feet in length. Panasonic presents with Shochiku, renowned global Kabuki...

The World’s Highest Glass Skywalk in Zhangjiajie National Forest Park in the Tianmen

Zhangjiajie is one of the most naturally beautiful place and famous for its scenic sites of Wulingyuan, which place is a UNESCO heritage site. Forest park of Zhangjiajie is also bear the status of being the first national park of China. Tianmen (Heaven's Gate) Mountain Range blesses this place with the bounty of nature. This place is already famous...

Universal Cool Japan 2017

Universal Studios Japan® will be holding Universal Cool Japan 2017, the next in a series of yearly events that has been massively popular both in Japan and with visitors from overseas. Universal Cool Japan takes internationally-praised, cool entertainment brands from Japan and applies Universal Studios Japan®'s trademark creativity and talent for high-quality reproductions to create attractions where you can...

A Holiday Guide to a Winter Vacation in Hong Kong

After three short weeks in Hong Kong, it was easy to see why it has become one of the top destinations for tourists from around the globe. It also made it easy to see why the winter season is the best time to take a family vacation to Hong Kong. During my three weeks here, which began in late-December and ended in mid-January, the weather lingered between...

Sanrio Game Master in Hong Kong

10" tall Ultimate Game Master Hello Kitty with magnetic accesorries inlcuding the mini chess, magic dice and the two head accessories
You will not want to miss the Sanrio Game Master this summer from August 6 till August 23. It is live board game, using people as the game pieces, and is located at KITEC, Kowloon Bay, Hong Kong. Various characters will act as the game masters, which  include My Melody, Little Twin Stars, Gudetama, Bad Badtz-Maru, Osaru No Monkichi, Patty &...

Universal Studios Japan’s Real 4-D Dragon Ball Z Attraction

The Real 4-D "Dragon Ball Z Super World Martial Arts Tournament" feature a new fight for Goku this summer. "The Real 4-D Dragon Ball Z Super World Martial Arts Tournament" will open in the park on June 30 and run until October 1. Other attractions included in the Shonen Jump Summer line-up include a One Piece live show, "JoJo's Bizarre...

8 Must Eat Street Foods of Hong Kong

It's hard to resist snacking when you're in Hong Kong. Here are eight must eat street foods and drinks selected by a Hong Kong media - Sam the Local. If you don’t have time to sit down and eat at a restaurant, you may want to try some Hong Kong street food. These types of food are prepared so that...

Rima Zeidan and the Fung Brothers Show You Gastronomic Hong Kong

Taiwanese model and TV presenter Rima Zeidan explores the foodie side of Hong Kong with the Fung Bros.  Egg waffles worth serenading, Xiaolongbao, amazing pudding in an electronics markets, wallet-friendly Michelin-starred fare and more.... Watch the video and turn on the subtitles.  

The Japanese Sword Museum 刀剣博物館

The Japanese Sword (Token) Museum specializes in Japanese swords. Since the introduction of sword-making techniques from the Asian Continent, Japanese swords have been improved throughout Japans long history of warfare. They were not only traditional weapons but also sometimes regarded as an object of faith or a symbol of power. The Japanese Sword Museum collects and preserves 152 items, including swords such as the ones designated as National Treasures...
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