Niseko and Okinawa were chosen for The 41 Places to Go in 2011.
Hokkaido was selected as Top Destinations 2011.
Japan ranked #10 for Lonely Planet's top countries for 2011.
Tokyo was chosen as the best destination in Asia.
Japan was selected as one of the World's top destinations for 2011.
Tokyo was awarded a total of 261 stars to 234 establishments, (37 hotels and 197 restaurants), which strengths the position of world leader in gourmet dining with more "stars" than any other city. With 11 restaurants with three stars, Tokyo becomes No. 1 in terms of the number of three-star restaurants for a city.
Kyoto and Tokyo ranked #3 and #8 Best Asian cities in the world. In the international airlines section, All Nippon Airways (ANA) and Japan Airlines (JAL) ranked the #9 and #10.
Five hotels in Tokyo are listed.
Japan Airlines (JAL) and All Nippon Airways (ANA) ranked the #1 and #2 World's Most On-Time Airlines.
Tokyo was chosen as one of the world's best shopping city in the world.
Hyatt Regency Kyoto and Grand Hyatt Tokyo ranked in.
Kyoto and Tokyo ranked #3 and #8 Best Asian cities in the world.
Shikoku was chosen as one of the Best Trips of 2011
The Nakasendo Highway ranked #2 Top Ancient Highways
Tokyo ranked #5 Top Film Footsteps
Chichibu Yomatsuri ranked #4 Top Nocturnal Festivals
Ginza ranked #4 Top Shopping Avenues
(December, 2010) Tsukiji Fish Market was selected as one of the World's greatest markets
(November, 2010) Japan was selected as one of the Best countries for Food
(November, 2010) Yaeyama Island was selected as one of the world's best secret islands.
(October, 2010) Japan ranked #10 for Lonely Planet's top countries for 2011.
(May, 2010) Hidakagwa, Wakayama was selected as one of the world's happiest places
Japan ranked #1 in "Authenticity", "Nightlife", "Quality Products", and "New Country for Business".
Japan was the highest ranked Asian country for the number of international meetings, and was #8 globally.
Japan ranked #5 in the world for the number of international meetings.
Japan ranked #1 in "Conference", as the most preferred offsite conference destination.
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