JNTO Madrid (Oficina Nacional de Turismo de Japon)
Bankyu-Bankyu ( Honke Bankyu)
| Japanese traditional hotel, food and kimonos
In the mid-12th century, two great clans-the Heike Dynasty and the Genji Dynasty- fought many battles for supremacy. Defeated by the Genjis in 1185, the Heikes fled to this place and decided to settle down. After the source of hot springs was discovered in 1573, “Bankyu Ryokan” (now Honke Bankyu) was established as an inn for visitors taking hot spring cures. Now the 25th-generation descendant of the Heike Dynasty runs Honke Bankyu. In 1994, offspring of the Genji and the Heike buried the hatchet for the first time since the 1185 battle at Heike Villages, located near Bankyu, which is now famous as the land of reconciliation.
|Ginza Okuda||Ginza Okuda offers personalized courses using carefully selected seasonal food for each day|
|Ginza Kojyu|| Ginza Kojyu
Since opening in 2003, many wonderful people have visited.
|Ryugin|| Since the opening of RyuGin, he is often invited to give lectures, sharing the techniques in various food academies and expositions throughout Europe, US and finds himself a mission to be the frontrunner to globalize Japanese cuisine and sharing his creativity to colleagues around the world.
Restaurante de kaiseki tradicional del chef Kunio Tokuoka http://www.kitcho.com/kyoto/shoplist/arashiyama/
|Sakurada|| Beber sake en un vaso de bambú no es muy fácil de encontrar, solo aquí,
es un sitio peculiar y ante todo original, en el barrio antiguo de Tokio
y montado con piezas originales traidas de un restaurante de Kyoto, este
es un lugar que te hace olvidar del resto y gozar de unos autenticos pinchos
a las brasas....basta con ver el vídeo, hay un trato muy amable, simpatico
|Ume no Hana|
|Shopping in Tokyo||http://www.kappabashi.or.jp/en/index.html|
| Go Tokio
| Temple lodging - Syukubo
|Nihon Rikagaku Industry co.,ltd.||
More than 70% of employees are with intellectual disabilities http://www.rikagaku.co.jp/english/
| Peace House
-Hospice palliative care
|In Peace House which is known as the best institute of terminal care in Japan a lot of nurses provide hospice care to terminally ill patients and their families, and also hosts frequent workshops. The House is composed of more nurses than the patients and more than 100 volunteers. Many musicians and haircut volunteers visit every week to thier library, audio-visual room and music room with a grand piano. The president of Peace House,Mr. Shigeaki Hinohara, 100-year-old, is an active doctor. http://www.peacehouse.jp/facility.html|
|Microfinance by Japanese Atsumasa Tochisako||-His main activities in Latin America.|