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Kanj Saurav
2. Sushiro High-Tech DiningWith a touch-screen device for ordering food at the table, a conveyor belt that delivers the food right in your plate, Sushiro High-Tech Dining attracts many travel foodies from around the world. There is net ticketing facility that helps you book your table from home, shows you the waiting time; and pings you 10 minutes before you get a seat.3. Vidor Center, AravaEver dreamt of creating your own rainfall? Even if not, Vidor Center in Israel offers you a simulation where you can induce an artificial rainfall, watch crops grow and be a part of various ultra-tech agricultural innovation in green houses thriving with greenery, situated in the middle of a desert.4. Akihabara DistrictTokyo, Japan – Taking video gaming to its more futuristic version, Akihabara district is an endless gaming arcade in Tokyo with thousnads of gaming options, digital bill boards and all the glitz and glamour that you would expect from a shopping centre from the year 2050.
Kanj Saurav
BATJ Durga Puja Association will be celebrating the festival in Tokyo, Japan. Address: Ota City Industrial Plaza, Minami Kamata, Ota-ku, Tokyo
Mayank Singhal
Next Morning, i headed to Tokyo - Japan's capital and the world's most populous metropolis. mixes the ultramodern and the traditional, from neon-lit skyscrapers to historic templesReached there by 1pm from bullet train.I stayed in a small hotel in Tokyo for 3k per night. however i went to one of the hotels just to check out how does it look from up and here is the view
Purvika Bazari
Day 9 - Shopping in Tokyo
Purvika Bazari
Day 3 – Tokyo:One can't get over Sakura:The significance of the cherry blossom tree in Japanese culture goes back hundreds of years. In their country, the cherry blossom represents the fragility and the beauty of life. It's a reminder that life is almost overwhelmingly beautiful but that it is also tragically short.Today, we headed to other famous parks to spot Cherry blossom surrounded by a different scenery. Yoyogi park is a famous hanami spot where you will find locals relaxing and enjoying the Sakura. There are beautiful ponds and over bridges in the park that give it a picturesque view.