Pan Pacific Hotels Group enters Tokyo, Japan in 2020

Pan Pacific Hotels Group has signed an agreement to enter Tokyo, Japan to market the five-star hotel Cerulean Tower Tokyu as a Pan Pacific partner hotel through its distribution channels and loyalty program, Pan Pacific DISCOVERY . Culminating at 188 meters, Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel, a partner hotel of Pan …

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Top 10 Ground Vehicles for SEMA 2019

GearJunkie Motors editor-in-chief Bryon Dorr explores every nook and cranny of the 2019 SEMA Show to bring us the best ground vehicles at the show this year. There was a varied and impressive selection of constructions! The biggest auto show on the planet is the annual SEMA Show in Las …

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Clark Investments, attractions continue to grow

THE number of investment businesses and attractions in Clark Freeport continues to increase, making it the leading investment and tourism destination in the Philippines today. In a briefing with Qatar-based media, Clark Development Corporation’s vice president of business development Eva Tejada said the number of investors and locators had increased, …

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Hunter Engineering and Bush Specialty Vehicles team up for SEMA 2019

Connect To share Tweeter To share E-mail Hunter Engineering will welcome Bush Specialty Vehicles to its booth at SEMA 2019 to highlight mobile tire service solutions. “We are extremely pleased to partner with Hunter Engineering to bring this mobile tire and truck repair solution to market,” said Larry Vanover, president …

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Ministers and delegates pledge to introduce 10 million fuel cell vehicles to the world over 10 years at conference in Japan

Ministers and delegates from more than 30 countries, regions and organizations pledged on Wednesday in Tokyo to introduce 10 million fuel cell vehicles, trucks, buses and other hydrogen-powered systems, as well as 10,000 fueling stations. hydrogen, around the world over the next 10 years. This means an increase of about …

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Why can’t we use electric vehicles as a backup battery?

On Sunday September 1, Japan will remember the massive Kanto earthquake of 1923 with the annual Disaster Reduction Day. Also on Sunday, or maybe a day later, Hurricane Dorian is expected to hit Florida. This is the perfect opportunity to remind us that the all-new shiny EV in the garage …

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Toyo Tires unveils the first tire dedicated to side-by-side vehicles

Connect To share Tweeter To share E-mail Toyo Tires unveiled its first tire dedicated to side-by-side vehicles, the Toyo Open Country SxS. The Open Country SxS delivers the performance and design features of the race-winning Open Country M / TR in a smaller package specifically designed for side-by-side vehicles. 32 …

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Michelin and GM to launch airless passenger vehicle tires by 2024

MONTREAL. Michelin and General Motors presented a new generation of airless wheel technology for passenger vehicles – the Michelin Uptis (or “Unique Puncture-proof Tire System”) prototype – at the Movin’On Summit for Sustainable Mobility. Michelin and GM have also announced an agreement to validate the Uptis prototype and have set …

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Japanese hotels want Paralympic officials to pay to make rooms accessible for 2020 Games

The 2020 Paralympic Games are to be held in Japan, and organizers and staff are facing a huge problem: the lack of accessible hotel rooms. According to The Guardian, British Paralympic officials were scouting for hotels near their training camp in Yokohama. Not only did hotels have a “complete disinterest” …

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US military ship embarks JGSDF vehicles for first point-to-point expedition> Commander, US 7th Fleet> Display

SASEBO, Japan (NNS) – Embarkation for the very first point-to-point expedition of Japanese Land Self-Defense Force (JGSDF) vehicles aboard a US military vessel took place at Commander, US Fleet Activities Sasebo , July 27. Boarding was both practical and a training opportunity to enhance interoperability between the U.S. military and …

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Corpse hotels welcome the waiting dead from Japan

Steps from Yokohama Station, nestled comfortably among French bistros, cafes and the famous ramen noodle museum, Lastel is the perfect place for a few nights on the town. The only catch is that to stay there, you have to be dead. Living visitors to Lastel may, for obvious reasons, feel …

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Nissan to recall 3.53 million vehicles: airbags may not deploy

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Nissan Motor Co Ltd on Friday said it would recall 3.53 million vehicles, most of them in the United States, citing passenger-side airbags that may not work properly because the vehicle’s sensors could malfunction . A man walks past the Nissan Motor Co. logo at the company’s …

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Saburi leaves a city of restaurants, taking with it Japanese cuisine

Restaurant Saburi has been a low-key presence on a quiet street in Manhattan’s Kips Bay neighborhood for 10 years. It may seem trivial and even neglected. Its doors are frequently closed, lunch attracts few customers, and old reviews of the restaurant have gathered dust in the window. But the sparse …

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Restaurants open at Christmas

If “no cooking” is on your Christmas wish list, there are plenty of restaurants in the river area that play Santa Claus. Here is a sample of some local places on Christmas Day: waffle restaurant, with around ten locations in the Fluvial Region. Open 24/7. Denny’s900 Tyson Road in Hope …

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