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Japan Golden Route

Many foreign visitors mistakenly believe that it is very expensive in Tokyo but this is not really true. Many visitors know about "100-yen Shops" and enjoy shopping at these and other discount shops, while dining out is also becoming more affordable for them. Some would go to soba (Buckwheat noodles) shops to have tempura (Deep-fried in vegetable oil, fish and vegetables) soba noodles, rather than going to tempura shops only to order tempura. Also, they go in a group to enjoy sharing nabe (pan menu). It seems that they really know how to enjoy their stay in Japan in an affordable way," says Mr. Katsuo Tobita, the owner of Ryoken "Shigetsu" in Asakusa, Tokyo. In the sections below, you can find either free or low cost tips that will make a trip to Japan really enjoyable, yet still not in a "cheap" way.

Hakata Gion Yamakasa in Fukuoka

Hakata is a district located in Hakata-ku in Fukuoka City, east of the Naka-gawa River, and is one of the central areas of Fukuoka, the largest city on Kyushu. Fukuoka City is a town that has developed on both sides of the Naka-gawa River, since Kuroda Nagamasa, a general of the samurai army in the 17th century, constructed Fukuoka Castle there. The eastern side of the river has developed as Hakata, a merchant town, while the western side developed as Fukuoka, a castle town. Recently, with an influx of tourists from other Asian countries, the city has also become international. Around Hakata Station, lots of office buildings are rising, and restaurants and hotels stand close together. After Canal City, a large-scale compound institution, was constructed, the city has become vitalized as a commercial town again. That the restaurants cluster together, which provide the most delicious dishes at the lowest price you can have only in Hakata, is a characteristic of this area, and young and old flock here together.

Daisetsu-zan, Hokkaido

Asahikawa is located almost in the center of Hokkaido, and is the second largest city in the prefecture after Sapporo. The city is full of natural splendor, with the magnificent Mt. Daisetsu-zan in the background and 120 rivers flowing through it. It is also the gateway for tourism to Soun Gorge and the Furano area. Asahikawa's thriving art world has led it to be called a town for art. Sculptures that made a famous sculptor dot the shopping park along Heiwa-dori Avenue, the road that leads straight from Asahikawa Station.Situated on a hill overlooking the town, the Hokkaido Traditional Arts and Crafts Village is full of buildings resembling castles from the Middle Ages in Europe, and has the atmosphere of an amusement park. There is a gallery of works made using the world-famous Yukara-ori, the traditional textile fabric of Hokkaido, from which you can get a better understanding of traditional Japanese fabric.

Shiretoko Hokkaido

The Shiretoko-hanto Peninsula in northeastern Hokkaido juts out into the Sea of Okhotsk. It is said to be the last unexplored region of Japan, and consists of steep mountain peaks covered with virgin forests. Cormorants and white-tailed sea eagles live there, and the whole area has been designated as a national park. The towns of Utoro and Rausu on the eastern side of the peninsula are the starting points for tourists. Visitors can see the whole of the peninsula and its cliffs by boarding a sightseeing boat that departs from Utoro Port.Shiretoko is known as a "waterfall kingdom," and many waterfalls can be seen from the sightseeing boat: the warm-water Kamuiwakkayu-no-taki Falls, which gives off steam; Furepe-no-taki Falls, which is so beautiful it is called "maiden's tears;" and Oshinkoshin-no-taki Falls, which flows alongside a road and drops magnificently towards the sea. There are also the Shiretoko-Goko (five lakes), which are small, quiet lakes surrounded by a virgin forest, and known as "the five jewels." You can walk round these five lakes in about an hour. In winter, the coasts of Shiretoko are sometimes surrounded by ice floes.

Hakodate, Hokkaido

Located in the southwest of Hokkaido and facing the Tsugaru Strait, Hakodate developed as a port town for trade with foreign countries at the end of the 19th century, and is a gateway connecting Hokkaido with Honshu by the Seikan Tunnel. A morning market is held at the bay area near the railway station, where more than 360 stalls packed tightly together attract shoppers with freshly caught squid, scallops, salmon eggs, Atka mackerel, and many other kinds of fresh fish and shellfish. A five-minute walk will take you to the moored Seikan Strait ferryboat, named the Mashu-maru Memorial Ship, which used to link Aomori in Honshu with Hokkaido. There is a restaurant and a coffee shop at its bow where you can spend a nice, relaxing time viewing the scenery around the port.

Niseko – Hokkaido

Niseko is located in the Southwestern part of Hokkaido, in an alpine region that is dominated by Mt. Yotei (Yotei National Park) to the east and Mt Annupuri to the west. Niseko is conveniently located 100 kms from Sapporo which is Hokkaido's largest city. The Niseko district has earned a reputation as one of the best ski area's in the world, home to the Annupuri Ski Resort and the Niseko Village Ski Resort the resort is gaining momentum on the world stage.However it is not just winter that is popular in Niseko, the summer's are also very special and the district stands out as a all year round outdoor activity destination. The name Niseko is derived from the ethnic Ainu language of Hokkaido. Niseko Annupuri translates to "Mountain with a river, which runs around the bottom of a sheer cliff" The weather is typical inland weather, with an annual average temperature of 6.3 degrees Celsius, the deepest snow in winter is 200cm in depth.

CEEPO Ride with Pros Event at 2013 Ironman 70.3 Taiwan

Morning ride event around the bike course of Ironman 70.3 Taiwan with CEEPO's pro triathletes. Belinda Granger, Kate Bevilaqua, Guy Crawford, Justin Granger, Michelle Wu, Monica Torres

Interview with Triathlete Christian Ritter

Interview with CEEPO's professional triathlete, Christian Ritter of Germany, competing in the 2013 Ironman World Championship in Kona, Hawaii. http://www.ceepo.com http//www.facebook.com/ceepobike

Interview with Gina Crawford in Ironman World Championship 2013

Interview with CEEPO's multiple Iron-distance champion, Gina Crawford of New Zealand, competing in the 2013 Ironman World Championship in Kona, Hawaii.

Interview with Triathlete, Anna Ross in Ironman World Championship 2013

http://www.ceepo.com/ Interview with CEEPO's pro triathlete, Anna Ross of New Zealand, racing in the 2013 Ironman World Championship in Kona, Hawaii. Like us! http://www.facebook.com/ceepobike Follow us! http://twitter.com/ceepo

Correct and Conceal Dark Circles | Beauty Expert Tips | Shiseido

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CEEPO KATANA 2013 Intro en Français

2013 The All New CP Katana The all new 2013 CEEPO KATANA frame may seem more like a road frame, however the geometry is perfect for long distance triathlon, in which the athlete needs to run easily after a 180km bike ride. The frame weight is made lighter by making the frame shape simpler and with the new curve design concept, keeping the aerodynamic shape. The new 2013 Katana has achieved an even stiffer and stronger bottom bracket, chain stay and head tube, enabling a very quick response and extremely fast acceleration. The pedaling feel is also very light. Internal routing is available for both Shimano Di2 and standard shifting. The seat post can be flipped (front / back) for the best saddle position.

CEEPO KATANA 2013 Intro in Chinese 中文

2013 The All New CP Katana The all new 2013 CEEPO KATANA frame may seem more like a road frame, however the geometry is perfect for long distance triathlon, in which the athlete needs to run easily after a 180km bike ride. The frame weight is made lighter by making the frame shape simpler and with the new curve design concept, keeping the aerodynamic shape. The new 2013 Katana has achieved an even stiffer and stronger bottom bracket, chain stay and head tube, enabling a very quick response and extremely fast acceleration. The pedaling feel is also very light. Internal routing is available for both Shimano Di2 and standard shifting. The seat post can be flipped (front / back) for the best saddle position.

CEEPO KATANA 2013 Introduction シーポカタナの紹介

2013 The All New CP Katana The all new 2013 CEEPO KATANA frame may seem more like a road frame, however the geometry is perfect for long distance triathlon, in which the athlete needs to run easily after a 180km bike ride. The frame weight is made lighter by making the frame shape simpler and with the new curve design concept, keeping the aerodynamic shape. The new 2013 Katana has achieved an even stiffer and stronger bottom bracket, chain stay and head tube, enabling a very quick response and extremely fast acceleration. The pedaling feel is also very light. Internal routing is available for both Shimano Di2 and standard shifting. The seat post can be flipped (front / back) for the best saddle position.

CEEPO VIPER 2013 Introduction シーポバイパーの紹介 w/ English subtitle

VIPER 2013 model is CEEPO's top-of-the-range triathlon bike frame made with high modulus carbon fiber. www.ceepo.com www.facebook.com/ceepobike The all new VIPER has an improved frame shape for the side wind by changing the frame shape concept to a curved shape from a straight shape. The weight has also become lighter by this new curved shape concept. With the 4 size offerings, it is easier to set the best riding position for each athlete. The new Shimano Di2 battery can be placed inside the seat tube. The handling stability on the curves is improved by the head tube stiffness, and acceleration is enhanced by the improved bottom bracket stiffness. The VIPER geometry is designed for long distance triathlon race where athletes need to run comfortably after the 180km bike ride with special consideration for Ironman Hawaii. Saving the rider's energy for the run while maximizing pedal power is key in long distance Triathlon, and the new Viper does just that. The Seat post can be flipped (front / back) for the best saddle position.

CEEPO VIPER 2013 in Chinese 中文

Introduction to CEEPO's top of the range triathlon bike frame, 2013 VIPER, in Chinese 中文.

CEEPO VIPER 2013 introduction in French / en français

Introduction to CEEPO's top of the range triathlon bike frame, 2013 VIPER, in French.

THE LUIGANS Spa and Resort

THE LUIGANS Spa and Resort is located 3 minutes on foot from JR Umino-Nakamachi station, and there is also a free shuttle service that can pick guests up from Hakata station, which is about a 20 minute drive away. For an island resort experience in the city of Fukuoka, the hotel is unbeatable. The guest […]