Migliore Parsons

  • For a taste of cosmopolitan and country life, head to Tokyo and Kyoto. Combining the two cities provides a great glimpse into the wide spectrum of possibility in Japan.Begin in Tokyo, with the neon-color fashion of Harajuku, alleyways dotted with closet-size bars, and a hotel that floats eye level to an endless orange skyline. Then head to Kyoto,…[Read more]

  • The history here is one you can taste in each sip.Ginza 8-10-15Tsukiji Fish MarketThis fish market, recognized by film lovers in Jiro Dreams of Sushi, is a sensory and culinary adventure. The famed 81-year-old market is the largest wholesale fish market in the world and represents the best of Japanese dedication to production. Here,…[Read more]

  • Visiting Japan is an electric experience, heightened by unrivaled cuisine, design, and culture. Hordes of people line up to sip coffee made from beans that have been aged for more than 40 years or brews mixed with Champagne or cognac. Dark wooden tables are illuminated by glass lamps and gold-framed French poems hang on the wall. The history here…[Read more]

  • And with the sleek bullet train connecting the cities in under three hours, dancing into the night and then meditating in the morning have never been easier.Here are just a few places that embody the best of each city’s distinct pace.Tokyo, JapanTokyo, JapanPhoto: AlamyTokyoCulinary EscapadesCafé de l’AmbreIn Tokyo, staying energized while expl…[Read more]

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