Indoor dining spins Redwood City restaurants

REDWOOD CITY, CA – Many restaurants in Redwood City have welcomed patrons for dining inside, a small step towards a return to normalcy amid the coronavirus crisis that has given a much needed boost to a ailing sector of the local economy. Restaurants in Redwood City have been allowed to …

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Best Western Hotels & Resorts Unveils Inaugural Property in Fukuoka, Japan

Best Western® Hotels & Resorts continues to expand its portfolio in Japan with the launch of Best Western Plus Fukuoka Tenjin-minami, the brand’s first hotel in Fukuoka, an attractive coastal city and the largest metropolis on the island of Kyushu . The Best Western Plus Fukuoka Tenjin-minami is a brand …

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Leading Hotels of the World adds 12 members

NEW YORK — The Leading Hotels of the World Ltd. (LHW) added 12 new members to its portfolio. LHW’s fall collection is defined by their independence and deep cultural ties within their destinations. Additions to the property include hotels around the world set in restored monasteries, luxurious tent camps, expansive …

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Best Western Hotels & Resorts commits to Japan’s bright future with the opening of the Best Western Hotel Fino Shin-Yokohama

Best Western Hotels & Resorts continued to expand its portfolio in Japan with the launch of Best Western Hotel Fino Shin-Yokohama in Yokohama, Japan’s bustling seaport and second largest city. The Best Western Hotel Fino Shin-Yokohama is nestled in central Yokohama, just a five-minute walk from JR Shin-Yokohama Station – …

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Best Western Hotels & Resorts commits to Japan’s bright future with the opening of the Best Western Hotel Fino Shin-Yokohama – Hospitality Net

Best Western Hotels & Resorts continued to expand its portfolio in Japan with the launch of the Best Western Hotel Fino Shin-Yokohama in Yokohama, the bustling seaport and the second largest city in Japan. The Best Western Hotel Fino Shin-Yokohama is nestled in central Yokohama, just a five-minute walk from …

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Kabutocho in Nihonbashi reinvents itself with trendy new restaurants and bars

Tokyo’s old Wall Street might not be the first place that comes to mind when thinking of a hip new foodie destination, but that’s exactly what’s taking shape in Kabutocho. Right next to Nihonbashi Station, Kabutocho flourished in the 1920s as Tokyo’s commercial center and was home to the country’s …

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Best Western® Hotels & Resorts expands in Asia with brand new midscale hotel in Tokyo

Best Western Hotel Fino Tokyo — Photo by BWH Hotel Group® Best Western Hotel Fino Tokyo — Photo by BWH Hotel Group® Best Western® Hotels & Resorts announces the opening of the Best Western Hotel Fino Tokyo Akasaka, located at 3-7-12, Akasaka, Tokyo. The hotel has 87 rooms, including standard, …

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Five cool new restaurants to check out at Eat Play Works in Hiroo, Shibuya

It sounds like a modern take on Tokyo’s famous bustling food scene, but instead of the side-by-side 1600s street stalls or cozy 20th-century ramen shops, this new dining room in Hiroo has 16 (September 17). small restaurants side by side. Called Eat Play Works, the resort offers a unique dining …

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These 16 Tokyo Hotels Offer Local Residents Up To 50% Off

Japan’s Go to Travel campaign has not gone as well for Tokyoites so far, with the city currently being excluded from the campaign due to a spike in cases of the Covid-19 coronavirus. With people discouraged from traveling to or from Tokyo, hotels in the city are now offering vacation …

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Philips MasterDuty lighting line for medium and heavy vehicles

Lumileds has launched a new line of Philips MasterDuty headlight bulbs specifically designed for Class 2-8 medium and heavy duty trucks. According to the company, the bulbs are designed to handle rough terrain and damaged pavement while providing protection against mechanical shock. The bulbs should also offer a battery life …

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Marriott expands AC Hotels brand in Japan

AC Hotel by Marriott Tokyo Ginza — Photo by Marriott Marriott has extended its AC Hotels brand to Japan, with the opening of the 296-room AC Hotel by Marriott Tokyo Ginza. Located in Tokyo’s upscale Ginza district, the hotel’s modern glass and stone facade makes it a standout landmark in …

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These are the best restaurants in Leeds to try when they reopen – according to TripAdvisor

After months of eating there, it’s no surprise that many of us are looking forward to our first meal. To help you decide where to go for that special occasion, here are the top 10 restaurants in Leeds, according to TripAdvisor. La Taberna is a popular family-run tapas restaurant, located …

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The future of restaurants after Covid: big challenges, changes to survive

Contributors: Kate Krader Updated June 18, 2:11 p.m. EDT What do you want to know Restaurants across the United States are weighing their future now that public dining restrictions have been lifted in most states. There is reason to be optimistic as so many establishments are returning to 100% capacity. …

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Top 5: The best pizzerias in Tokyo

Once upon a time, you would probably have been laughed out of the room for trying to compare any pizza in Japan to those in the homeland of the dish. Now Tokyo acts as a ready challenger, with enough interesting options to make compiling a list of the best pizzerias …

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Restaurants try drive-thru amid virus in Japan’s largest Chinatown

Yokohama – A group of about 20 restaurants in Yokohama’s Chinatown launched a drive-thru Wednesday as part of efforts to retain customers amid the coronavirus pandemic. Customers who order by phone in advance can purchase hot meals at restaurants in a nearby parking lot, according to the Yokohama Chinatown Development …

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Yokohama’s Chinatown Restaurants Launch Drive-thru Amid Virus

A group of about 20 restaurants in Yokohama’s Chinatown launched a drive-thru on Wednesday as part of efforts to retain customers amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. Customers who order by phone in advance can pick up hot meals from restaurants in a nearby parking lot, according to the Yokohama Chinatown …

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U.S. auto market glut leaves freighters laden with parked vehicles at sea

Nearly two football fields long, the freighter Jupiter Spirit arrived in the Port of Los Angeles on April 24 after a nearly three-week journey from Japan, ready to unload its cargo of approximately 2,000 Nissan Armada SUVs, Rogue crossovers and Infiniti sedans in a quick half-day operation. But when the …

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The 5 best Japanese restaurants in San Diego🥇

Different types of sashimi. Source: Pixabay Below is a list of the best Japanese restaurants in San Diego. To help you find the best Japanese restaurants near you in San Diego, we’ve put together our own list based on this list of review points. The best Japanese restaurants in San …

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Governor condemns restaurants in Japan for banning foreigners amid virus fears

Saga Governor Yoshinori Yamaguchi addresses the press after a meeting of the Coronavirus Countermeasures Working Group on March 27, 2020 (Mainichi / Shizuka Takebayashi) SAGA – A governor in southwestern Japan has criticized local businesses for refusing to serve overseas customers over fears over the coronavirus pandemic, telling them to …

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Racist letters sent to Yokohama Chinatown restaurants amid Japan coronavirus fears

A letter sent to a longtime restaurant in Yokohama’s Chinatown shows discriminatory attacks against Chinese people, in this photo taken in Kaiinkaku in the city’s Naka district on March 4, 2020. (Mainichi/Hiroshi Maruyama) YOKOHAMA — Several restaurants in Chinatown in this city, south of Tokyo, have received letters containing hate …

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Westin Hotels & Resorts debuts in Monterrey, Mexico

Westin Hotels & Resorts continues its commitment to bring unparalleled wellness offerings to Mexico with the opening of The Westin Monterrey Valle, the brand’s first hotel in Monterrey, and its 8e property in Mexico. Acquired by Fibra Inn and operated by Grupo Hotelero Prisma, the new Westin Monterrey Valle is …

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Cruise lines and hotels are making changes amid the coronavirus outbreak

Cruise lines reroute ships and hoteliers issue waivers in China as the coronavirus outbreak spreads and governments around the world scramble to contain the deadly virus. China’s envoy to the United Nations said on Friday there had been more than 9,800 confirmed cases of the virus in China, with 213 …

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Nissan adds nearly 346,000 vehicles to Takata recall saga

Automotive News FILE – In this file photo from February 9, 2017, the Nissan Motor Co. logo is seen on a car on display in the gallery at its global headquarters in Yokohama, near Tokyo. Nissan is recalling more than 450,000 vehicles around the world because a brake fluid leak …

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Over 300 participating restaurants announced for Dine Out Vancouver 2020

Going on a diet in January? Not for Vancouverites. 18and The annual Dine Out Vancouver festival begins January 17 and ends February 2, 2020. It’s the largest foodie event in Canada, with over 300 restaurants participating this year. Pre-fixed multi-course menus priced at $15, $25, $35 and $45 will be …

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New hotels around the world for 2020

From a bursting new project in downtown Las Vegas to new properties in the Caribbean and Europe, 2020 is shaping up to be a great year for new ones. Hard Rock alone plans to open nine hotels around the world. THE ADVERTISEMENT Here’s a look at some of the new …

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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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GB Paralympics stunned after Yokohama hotels demand payment for accessibility | Paralympics

British Paralympic officials said they were stunned when hotels close to their training camp for the 2020 Games asked them to pay to make rooms accessible to athletes in wheelchairs – then pay again to convert them by the after. A senior official said there had been ‘complete disinterest’ from …

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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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