Tokyo has emerged from the fallout from Japan’s 2011 earthquake and tsunami, re-assuming its position as an Asian hotspot for business travel.
Disney may have started in the US, but its international theme parks have been infused with locally familiar elements, from feng shui in Hong Kong to European inventors in Paris.
The city’s jazz cafes, where locals sit for hours listening to record collections that can numbers in the thousands, are finding new life through a younger generation.
In Seoul, Narita, Singapore and Bangkok, airport layovers offer affordable cultural experiences that act as escape routes from the overpriced tedium of standard airport venues.
The Japanese city is full of baffling – yet logical -- attractions, from maid cafes to plastic food to giant robot statues.
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