JAPAN WEEK 2016
Grand Central Terminal Vanderbilt Hall, NYC

2016
JAPAN WEEK

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Uncover Japan’s Best-Kept Secrets

Japan Week is back at Grand Central Terminal on March 10-12, 2016!
This year, discover Hokkaido and Northern Tohoku, home to natural and man-made wonders that even seasoned travelers miss.

Japan Week is a promotional tourism event organized by Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO).

  • 3.10.2016
    Thursday

    1:00pm - 9:00pm
  • 3.11.2016
    Friday

    9:00am - 8:00pm
  • 3.12.2016
    Saturday

    10:00am - 7:00pm
  • TRAVEL
  • WEDDING
  • TRAVEL
  • FOOD
  • FLOOR MAP

TRAVEL

TRAVEL EXCLUSIVES

See Japan and Save! Japan is home to unforgettable adventure, unparalleled beauty,
and unmatched dining. And it's never been more affordable thanks to our exclusive tours. Book now!

  • Amnet Complete Tours of Japan

    Amnet
    Amnet provides discount airfare, tours, and exceptional customer service. Whatever travel you have in mind, we'll help you make it happen.

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  • Welcome To TOKYO!

    H.I.S. International Tours
    HAnavi: We go where the JR Pass doesn't.Go beyond with this exclusive air + hotel package!

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  • IACE Special Offer

    IACE TRAVEL
    Traveling in Japan with JR PASS Get A Special Offer from IACE Travel!

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  • Amnet Complete Tours of Japan

    Kintetsu International Express
    Excursion, Meeting and Incentives, Educational Trip… We make all activities in Japan For You convenient, time and cost-efficient.

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FOOD

SUSHI REVOLUTION!

What is Conveyor Belt Sushi?

Called “kaiten-zushi” in Japanese, chefs place freshly prepared sushi on a rotating belt
so that hungry diners can easily reach for their favorite dishes.

FOOD

KAITEN SUSHI

Kaiten sushi, or kaitenzushi, is one of the most popular attractions for foreign tourists. The sushi at kaitenzushi restaurants are on small plates that sit on a rotating conveyor belt that run through the restaurant by every table and counter seat. Customers select the sushi that they want to eat as it passes by.  Kaitenzushi has been a prominent part of Japanese culture for decades, and we are proud of announce to debut at Japan Week.

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