by Andrew Bender – March 2011
The battle of the international airports around Tokyo Bay is evolving with all the drama of a sumo match. On the east side, at 33 years old and Japan’s main gateway, is Narita International Airport. On the west side: the contender, Tokyo International Airport (better known as Haneda Airport), which opened its international terminal in October 2010…
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Among Japanese, Fukuoka’s reputation is akin to San Diego minus the Navy: mild weather, easy transport, youthful population and bubbling shopping and nightlife districts place it consistently among Japan’s most livable cities.
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Find out what’s new in Tokyo, as the opening of Haneda Airport’s new international terminal dramatically cuts travel time into the city.
By Andrew Bender – Anyone who’s ever dozed through the two- to three-hour bus ride, or experienced extreme sticker shock at the $200 taxi ride from Narita Airport into Tokyo will likely cheer Haneda Airport’s new international terminal.
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