Saturday, December 1, 2012

Tokyo, Japan

By Oliver Strand

Some people are still afraid to visit Tokyo. Although located about 290 km from Fukushima Daiichi installation, the city is part of the affected public paranoia against the threat of radiation. But, from a different perspective, fear is actually a benefit. Decrease its number of tourists make the Japanese capital more accessible and friendly. 'Cheaper tariffs of 10 percent over the same period last year, "explained Laurent Vernhes, founder It is likely now to make reservations in a short time at a premium or five-star hotel restaurant. Get a seat on Saturday night in Kagurazaka Ishikawa, a restaurant with three Michelin stars, is also not a problem.

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