Japan Online Travel

Yamaguchi and Hiroshima are already planning to go into state of emergency

Yamaguchi / Hiroshima – COVID-19 pre-emergency measures for Yamaguchi and Hiroshima prefectures may need to be upgraded to a full-fledged state of emergency, the governors of the two western prefectures suggested on Saturday. “We must have this in mind at all times,” Yamaguchi governor Tsugumasa Muraoka told reporters, referring to …

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Live news: France takes first step towards banning unvaccinated people from restaurants and gyms

© AP US Attorney General Merrick Garland vowed to hold the Jan. 6 perpetrators to account “at all levels” in a speech to the Department of Justice on the eve of the first anniversary of the attack on the US Capitol. Garland defended the Justice Department’s work on Wednesday in …

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Wall Street pours New Year’s champagne

BOSTON: The Wall Street party to start the new year continued until Tuesday, pushing US stocks to new highs, echoing share gains in Europe and Asia, with oil and the dollar rising also. The S&P 500 gained 19.64 points, or 0.41%, to 4,816.2 – a new record – while the …

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Here are my best growth stocks to buy in 2022

I always make sure that my investment portfolio has multiple growth stocks. While the bulk of my holdings are made up of dividend paying companies that generate a constant stream of passive income, the growth component contributes to higher returns over time. There are dominant companies that are taking advantage …

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Most Japanese nationals want to visit Hawaii after pandemic

A recent online survey conducted by Hawai’i Tourism Japan (HTJ) showed that the first destination most Japanese nationals want to go to after the pandemic is Hawai’i. The survey received nearly 14,595 responses, most of which have already traveled to Hawai’i. 64% of those polled said Hawaii would be the …

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Japan maintains budget for overseas lawmakers’ travel despite pandemic

Japan’s budget proposal for fiscal year 2022, as of April, includes 562 million yen in spending on overseas investigative travel by lawmakers, almost unchanged from previous years, although almost all those trips were canceled amid the coronavirus pandemic. With many international exchanges held online, legislator trips are viewed critically by …

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Andreas Reckart, Senior Retail Director of Ricola

“Despite the challenges, our strategy remains the same – Ricola’s main focus remains airports in Europe and Asia, while we are keen to develop distribution in geographies / channels where we still have gaps. ” Ricola Senior Director Travel Retail Andreas Reckart Recount DFNI. How well has your travel retail …

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Infographic: COVID Testing for International Travel | Infographic News

Passengers traveling abroad this December holiday season will have to negotiate the latest COVID travel regulations. With the start of the generally busy year-end travel season coinciding with the rapid spread of the novel variant of the Omicron coronavirus, passengers are sailing with the latest changes to COVID regulations. At …

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A message of caution for those who want to study in Japan

International students enrolled in Japanese universities need to know when they can return. The country previously said it would accept foreign nationals (including those registered to study in Japan) in November but with the new Omicron variant, the government implemented a new ban, stressing many stranded students. Not only do …

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Gatwick Airport: Latest Travel Rules for France, Portugal, Spain, United Arab Emirates and South Africa

Christmas trips have been disrupted for the second year in a row as Omicron cases multiply across the world. Britons are now banned from traveling to 13 countries as it becomes the most dominant variant in Britain. These destinations include China, Japan, and Australia, as countries tighten their travel restrictions. …

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