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Friday, september 12, 2014
Dining is deemed to be the hightlight of anyone's travelling experience.
You should visit the ten most unique restaurants in the world.
From spending you meal time with sharks, to dining without any clothes on, you will surely have one of the most memorable experiences of your life

DINNER IN THE SKY - BELGIUM

ITHAA RESTAURANT - MALDIVES

CLOTHING OPTIONAL DINNER - NEW YORK

FREEZELOUNGE - NEW DELHI, INDIA

OPAQUE - SANTA MONICA, CALIFORNIA

ROCK RESTAURANT - ZANZIBAR

REDWOODs TREEHOUSE RESTAURANT - NEW ZEALAND

WATERFALLS RESTAURANT - PHILIPPINES 

Wednesday, january 29, 2014

One more beauty in the land of rising sun: SAGANO BAMBOO FOREST.

Sagano Bamboo Forest is located in Arashiyama, a district on the west outskirts of Kyoto.

One of the most interesting facts about Sagano Bamboo Forest is the sound which the wind makes while it blows amongst the bamboo. Amazingly enough, this sound has been voted on as one of the ”one hundred must-be-preserved sounds of Japan” by the Japanese government.

The play of light and shadow along this serene 200-meter path is a wonder to behold.

Lets go to Segano Bamboo Forest, one of the most amazing natural sites in Japan.
















Saturday, august 24, 2013
Bookshops are community centers, places to browse and discover, and monuments to literature all at once, so we’ve put together a list of the most beautiful bookstores in the world.
City Lights Books, San Francisco, USA - Librerìa El Ateneo Grand Splendid, Buenos Aires, Argentina - Livraria Lello, Porto, Portugal - Shakespeare & Company, Paris, France - Daunt Books, London, England - Another Country, Berlin, Germany- The Bookworm, Beijing, China - Selexyz Dominicanen, Maasricht, The Netherlands - Bookàbar, Rome, Italy - Atlantis Books, Santorini, Greece.






Friday, august 31, 2012
Jiro Ono, 85 years old, sushi maker.
Jiro owns a little sushi place in Tokyo: a presentation that create the fallacious impression of going into an ordinary life.  Jiro’s is indeed the only Japanese restaurant to have been awarded with three Michelin Guide stars. An astonishing result for this no- frills, 10 places sitting  restaurant just outside Roppongi Tokyo Metro station where luxury complements are missing.
How has this nook become the most famous restaurant in Japan?
To Jiro, Sushi is a vocation : despite his age, every day he wakes up at 4 a. m. to select and get the best fresh fish from the Tokyo Fish Market. “It’s my daily challenge, a continuing quest to perfect the art of sushi”. It’s a  mission that Jiro shares with his son – Takashi – who follows  in his father footsteps.
Jiro believes to be still far away from reaching the desired perfection,  but he is sure that the true passion and dedication he always put into his work is the secret for his lasting success.
Jiro magically shapes traditional sushi  into  unique artistic creations to the point that he has been recognized by the Japanese government as a living national treasure for his contributions to Japanese cuisine.
Jiro’s talent, passion and devotion inspired the Newyorkese director David Gelb for  his documentary film“ Jiro dreams of Sushi”  that tells the story of this extraordinary sushi master.
We don’t know if “ Jiro dreams of Sushi” will be on the Italian screens at a future time, but  we decided to post here below the link to the trailer and we encourage you are around Tokyo to please your palate at “Sukiyabashi Jiro” すきやばし次郎 in Rappongi Hills, you won’t regret it!


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