Tokyo will host four online partner presentations at OTM Winter 2020/21. From them, listeners will learn about the strategy of the city's new brand, receive up-to-date information, including on measures to prevent COVID-19, as well as plans for the Russian market after the opening of the direction.
Tourists will not be able to see the same Tokyo twice. The city always changes in the most unpredictable ways and creates new styles, mixing modernity and tradition. This is precisely what the logo and slogan "Tokyo Tokyo Old meets New" reflects, which means "Tokyo Old meets Tokyo New". For every tourist, this city opens up in a different way.
Even the design of the Tokyo logo is made in two different fonts, which conveys the image of the city at the level of intuition. Part of the logo is printed in Gothic type, and part as if written with a brush. It epitomizes the originality of a city where traditions dating back to the Edo period (1603-1868) coexist alongside the most modern culture. Tradition is expressed in black ink, while the new Tokyo, with its innovative future, is displayed in blue, just like the sky spreads out. To give the logo some playfulness, traditional printing is included. It showcases one of Tokyo's newest attractions, the congested Shibuya Crossroads.
Conveys the city's luxurious ambiance and a promotional video about Tokyo. It creates the feeling that a visitor to the city is lost in his daily life. The city has prepared many discoveries, surprises and impressions for tourists. You can also learn more about it within the framework of the special project.
Fortunately, in 2019 the number of travelers from Russia to Japan was 120,000, which is 26.6% more than in the previous year. And this trend is growing every year. One of the main reasons is that visa rules have been simplified in 2019. If the coronavirus did not have such an impact on the global tourism industry, one would expect an even greater increase in tourist flow from Russia to Japan in 2020.
As part of the presentation by representatives of the Tokyo tourism industry at the exhibition, it is also planned to address Russian-speaking representatives of partner companies to the guests:
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Japan views medicine as one of the spheres of the economy that can give a new impetus to the further economic development of the country with Japan's traditional access to foreign markets. The government's draft New Growth Strategy document looks at the emergence of a number of new markets, including transforming the healthcare sector into a business worth 59 trillion yen by the end of 2020. For comparison, a budget of 89 trillion yen was adopted for the current year.
Growth is expected to be ensured mainly through the development of medical tourism, which, according to experts, can ensure the formation of a new 45 trillion yen service market in the country and the creation of an additional 2.81 million jobs. It is noted, however, that so far Japan is lagging behind many other countries with the release of its medicine abroad.
While the names of many Japanese companies and corporations, such as Toyota, Sony, Canon and a number of others, have become common recognizable brands in everyday life around the world The same cannot be said for Japanese healthcare. Most hospitals in Japan are far from seeking to admit foreigners and are focused only on the domestic market for medical services, which is limited. Medical tourism is booming in the world as a whole, and in Asian countries such as Singapore, Thailand and India, where patients from the United States and the United Kingdom are admitted. Of course, this is primarily because in the latter, the cost of medical services is growing rapidly and this encourages patients to travel abroad, where treatment is cheaper. In other words, offshore. This is how market terms become established in medicine.
According to the American Center for Solving Health Problems, according to the Japan Times, 2007. about 750 thousand citizens left the United States to receive medical services. This number is projected to exceed 6 million this year. A number of American insurance agencies, intending to reduce the cost of insurance benefits, are beginning to consider opportunities for cooperation with medical institutions in India, Thailand and Mexico.
Medical tourism in Japan, according to experts, "is still in adolescence, and even in infancy." There are even no official statistics on foreigners who come to Japan for treatment. However, there are already several hospitals in the country that, on their own initiative, began to attract patients from abroad to improve financial performance and are showing interest in medical tourism as a promising development path.
Japan has almost 100 percent health insurance coverage for its citizens. For each procedure, from a doctor's appointment to a number of complex operations, medical institutions receive payments from insurance funds. The list of such procedures and the price list for their implementation are established by a special group of experts based on common sense and cost/effectiveness ratio and are regularly approved by the government. Japanese citizens who do not have health insurance, by an unspoken rule, pay for medical services themselves according to the price list. Moreover, the costs of carrying out socially significant procedures, for example, medical examinations, vaccinations, for persons without insurance, are borne by the local authorities. However, this procedure does not apply to foreigners. Hospitals themselves determine the prices for medical services, which are often several times higher than the list price, and this allows you to earn money on medical tourism.
All information here has been gathered from research on forums and sites about Tokyo nightlife. oaplands (soap lands) is one of the many types of prostitution that exist in Japan, but it is the only one where actual vaginal intercourse is included in the price. You may be surprised to read this considering that it is generally illegal in the country to pay for sex. It is a Japanese word constructed from the two English words "soap" and "earth" and is part of the Japanese nightlife industry, also known as Mizu shōbai. While the main clientele is male, there are also a few soap lands specifically for female clients.
The owners of these establishments have indeed found a loophole in the law: technically, you only pay for bath services, and then it is assumed that the girl will automatically fall in love with you and agree to have sex.
Soaplands began when overt prostitution in Japan became illegal, with a simple bath where women wash the bodies of men. They were originally known as toruko-buro, which means Turkish bath. After a 1984 campaign by Turkish scholar Nusret Sancakli, who condemned the use of this name for brothels, the new name “soap earth” became the winner in a nationwide competition to rename them.
In this review, you will learn everything you need to know about the soap lands with Nuru massage in Tokyo. Which of them accept foreigners (gaijin)? What services do they offer? How much do they cost?
If you are a single expat living in Japan, or if you visit the country regularly, you will probably be interested in meeting smart, open-minded and beautiful Japanese girls. Unfortunately, regular dating sites don't work very well. Prostitution doesn't give you the depth of a relationship. Even the Sugar dating sites have few real Japanese girls. If so, you might want to consider high-end Japanese dating agencies like Universe Club. It is the largest in the country and accepts foreigners (they even have a branch in Singapore).
Sugar dating is a special format of relationships in which wealthy adult men meet young attractive girls or sometimes even boys. They live at their expense, travel with them around the world, take money to open their own business and other needs.
Their concept is simple, similar to Sugar dating: you pay for an annual membership fee, and then a certain fee for each meeting with a girl. in general, if you use their services several times a year, it is cheaper than soapyards or escort services.
Yujo, literally "woman for pleasure." In 1956, the Japanese government passed a law banning prostitution. True, prostitution means only the most common, normal sexual intercourse. But all the variations do not fall under the law, which is actively used by various brothels, most of which are "covered" by the yakuza. Prior to its adoption in Japan, prostitution was viewed only as one of the professions. The laws protected the rights of prostitutes, in return, they had to pay taxes on a regular basis. The predominant religions in Japan are Shinto and Buddhism. In Shintoism, sex is not considered sinful. In the immediate aftermath of World War II, the Naruhiko Higashikuni government established the Special Recreation Organization, a network of brothels to serve the occupying Americans.
Soaplands session prices vary based on location, time of day, vendor rank, and session duration. Clients pay an entry fee for “using the baths” and a separate fee for the masseuse. During the massage, they become "acquaintances", so any subsequent paid sexual services are not considered prostitution. This interpretation of the law has been used since the 1960s. Location of Soaplands in Tokyo:
Check out the educational institutions of the city of Tokyo where you can enroll in language courses or get an education. Training is available for Russians with accommodation in a hostel, private house or in the teacher's family.
Tuition fees in Tokyo range from RUB 1,328 (JPY 1,830) to RUB 72,592 (JPY 100,000) and depend on the chosen language programs of educational institutions (schools, colleges, universities). The UniWestMedia Educational Center will help you with the selection of documents for obtaining a visa to Japan.
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Tokyo, the capital of Japan and one of the most populous metropolitan areas in the world, is a place where surprise and amazement are not uncommon. Examples include the world's largest urban agglomeration economy and the world's busiest rail network. The city has repeatedly ranked first among other countries for delicious food, clean streets, local public transport, nightlife, shopping, friendliness of local residents and much more.
Metropolis is located at the foot of Mount Fuji, which can be viewed less than 180 days a year. By the eighteenth century, the small fishing village of Edo had become one of the largest cities in the world and the capital of Japan. It is also the seat of the emperor and the "city prefecture". If you are considering pursuing a higher education abroad in Tokyo, you have a lot to choose from. Universities are as modern as the city itself, and most have unique offerings for international students looking to study abroad.
Here you can get bachelor's, master's or even Ph.D. degrees in nursing, medicine, information technology, fine arts, technology, foreign studies, pharmaceuticals, nutrition and many other fields. If you are looking for a bachelor's degree, you will have the opportunity to either meet with representatives of science or research, or get creative and grow.
A special master's program in public policy, international governance and other specialized fields awaits you. You can even find a PhD course taught in English and put your research intuition into practice.
Why do people go to rest in foreign countries? Of course, to see other people, learn foreign culture, explore famous sights and ... visit resorts. Japan is rich in hot springs - a treasure trove of spa treatments that are beneficial to health and mood. You can, of course, go to Japan just to see the sights (I do not argue, they are unique here), but it is better to combine business with pleasure - excursions with relaxing SPA procedures full of bliss and bliss. You just need to choose a good resort, where there are many hot springs - there are dozens of such places in Japan, due to high seismic activity. The Japanese literally live on the lid of a boiling pot, but for tourists this is not a minus, but a real gift of nature.
There is a place in Japan that is extremely popular among travelers all over the world, because it is considered the best for spa treatments - the small town of Yufuin, located on the island of Kyushu and erected at the foot of the Yufu volcano. The world knows this city due to the fact that there are 800 hot springs enriched with minerals. The hot springs of Yufuin have been known for a long time - the first documentary mentions of them appeared more than a thousand years ago. Local residents immediately took care of the preservation of nature, thanks to which the quiet rural landscape has not changed at all, despite the fact that this resort has become very popular.
Yufuin Hot Springs will help you to restore your health and completely relax, because this resort is known for its measured and leisurely pace. Local complexes occupy large areas; most hotels also have traditional gardens, as well as other elements of Japanese culture. Some hotels boast small, private lodges where any holidaymaker can enjoy complete privacy.
The main street of the city is called Yunotsubo Kaido, which houses many museums with art galleries and, of course, restaurants with souvenir shops. The sights can be viewed from a stroller with horses - a very atmospheric journey through the city. Due to the presence of hot springs in the city, there are a large number of baths and baths, and there are especially many so-called asi-yu - these are special foot baths.
Your vacation will be diversified by visiting natural attractions. In particular, you can climb to the top of Mount Yufu, which offers a magnificent view of both the city itself and its surroundings. And the Yufu River is famous for its mystical gorge, where you can watch fireflies in May, as well as in June.
The Japanese call hot springs by the term "onsen", and the best place to relax is Takaragawa Onsen in Gunma Prefecture, Central Honshu. What makes the resort unique?
The Gunma Hot Springs are affectionately called "the river of treasures", the name is no coincidence - the Japanese firmly believe in the healing power of the local waters. Tourists, by the way, do not lag behind local residents.
Hot Spring in Tokyo - treatment in the city center
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