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Feline fun in Japan’s cat cafes

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Japan has nearly 150 cafes that house anywhere from 12 to 24 cats, but cuddling with the kitties does not come cheap.
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The Passport blog

In Asia, a boom in low-cost flights

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The large Asian population, combined with a rapidly developing middle class in a period of economic growth, is spurring demand for more and cheaper flights.
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Spring skiing, Japanese-style

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The ski resort of Niseko, famous for the quality and consistency of its light, powdery snow, has one of the longest seasons in Japan with most runs staying open until early May.
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Mini Guide

Mini guide to Singapore

Where else can you find a temple honoring Buddha’s tooth? Head to this island city-state for a twist on religion, nature and art, along with some top notch dumplings.
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Beyond the Headlines

Hunting for the world’s most expensive fungus

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Italy and France may have brought fame and fortune to the truffle, but this rare mushroom can actually be found all over the world if you know where to look.
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Should you travel to Japan?

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While there are still scars from the 11 March earthquake and tsunami, visitor numbers are slowly returning to normal, particularly in the country's southern and far northern regions.
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