Niki Club, Japan (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
By going beyond local farms to growing food on-site, resorts get the freshest ingredients and avoid fuel-guzzling transport. BY ANDREW BENDER
Read the full story on the website of SilverKris, the in-flight magazine of Singapore Airlines. Featured properties are Niki Club (Japan), Appellation at the Louise (Australia), Cuixmala (Mexico) and the Inn at Little Washington (USA).
Restaurant in Fukuoka, Japan lets you catch your own fish for dinner. Sure, it’s for the tourists, but awesome nonetheless.
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As a frequent traveler to Japan and a one-time resident, one thing I’ve heard over and over: tragedies have struck the Japanese for millennia, yet they’ve always bounced back. I’ve written about Japan after the quake and tsunami (see the story and slide show here). Now that we’ve observed that grim anniversary, it’s worth reminding ourselves why we love Japan in the first place, in words and pictures (click for slide show).
Read the original version of this story published in the Los Angeles Times and revised with a slide show on my Forbes Seat 1A blog.