The magazine of the British Chamber of Commerce in Japan
Cruise or lose
Japan’s love of British culture helps sea voyage sector
Experience the wonders of Kobe
Fore! Two men Plus two triumphs
Nikko’s Victorian legacy
Tea and scones served at 19th century British villa
Keen on cruising
Japan joins the latest global travel trend
A class above
Airlines team up to go the extra mile for business travellers
Myanmar: Rebuild and revive
Scots cruise firm helps two nations fix empire outpost
Kyushu: Cornwall of Japan
Island abounds with UK-related draws
Mountains of fun
Hakuba village entices city dwellers to its green season
Past & present
Solomon Islands teem with UK and Japan heritage, FDI and war relics
No shortage of luxury staycation options in Japan
Paul Christie, the 38th Cool Japan Ambassador, talks about his plans to highlight a different side of the country
Who needs a travel specialist?
In exciting news for travellers, British Airways (BA) and Japan Airlines (JAL) have established a joint business agreement on certain flights between Europe and Japan.
Founded in 1919, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is the oldest airline still flying under its original name. Operating safe and comfortable flights in Japan for 61 years, KLM is the only airline that has direct daily links between Narita and Kansai airports and Amsterdam.
Rubble in Paradise
The island of Pohnpei has a state-of-the-art airport that is the envy of the Pacific, thanks to the efforts of Brian Moore, the British manager of the project for Japan’s Penta-Ocean Construction Co., Ltd.
Wish you were here!
Volunteers tell world Japan is open again for tourism.
British Airways Committed to Japan
When British Airways (BA) started its services out of Tokyo (Haneda) International Airport on 19 February last year, it had no inkling of the tragic events that were about to engulf Japan. The new route had to be suspended, but it’s now up and running again, and there was never any question of Britain’s flag carrier reconsidering its commitment to this market.