Free trip to Japan

Dine In at Yellowfin and Get a Free Trip to Japan

Kihada Chan is the mascot of Yellowfin Sake Bar and Kitchen. She is turning two years old and would love to celebrate her birthday by flying a lucky YFriend and his or her loved one to her birth city, Tokyo, Japan as a tradition that she holds dearly.

Mr. Ario Pratomo (@sheggario) was the first to win Kihada Chan’s Japan Trip last year. Keen to go to Tokyo, his strategy to win was to eat at Yellowfin as often as he could throughout Kihada Chan’s birthday month.

The very first step to participate in this campaign is to get a food passport, which will be available at our outlets throughout May 2014. The next step is to stay tuned for more details to make sure that one won’t miss any chance to be the winner (Facebook: or Twitter: @YellowfinOPCO).

E-Flyer updatedDirect link to Kihada Chan’s Japan Trip page:

Terms and conditions:

  • To join Kihada Chan’s Japan Trip, participant must enquire Food Passport from Yellowfin staffs.
  • Kihada Chan’s Japan Trip is valid at both Yellowfin Senopati and Grand Indonesia. One Food Passport is valid for one participant.
  • Participant can choose one or more packages from the listed menu in the Food Passport. The package can be selected in a random order, but not more than once.
  • Participant will get a stamp on the Food Passport and a boarding pass for each package that is chosen.
  • Participant is allowed to have a new Food Passport if he/she has already purchased all listed menu in the Food Passport.
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Trip to Japan - where to go?

by frangipani

I'm thinking about going to Japan for anywhere from 3 to 5 weeks - maybe in November or December.
I don't know anything about Japan, does anyone have any recommendations on where to go?
I would actually like a packaged tour that has some 'free time' built into the itinerary, so that I don't have to worry about booking accommodations and transportation. Can anyone recommend a good one that you have used?
I'm not particularly interested in looking at a bunch of shrines (1 or 2 is ok), or visiting the bath houses.
Thanks for any help!

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FAQ

Michelle F
Where can I book a vacation in Italy for the Summer of 2012?

Is there any website online where I can book a vacation for anywhere in Italy (preferably Rome) in either July or August 2012? Someplace inexpensive would be nice. :)

It's too early to book for 2012. Check the travel guides and tourism websites to find the places you'd be interested in visiting and start planning for the trip, but you'll have to wait to actually book anything for those dates. You need to think about rather you want an organized tour or to travel independently, what your budget will look like for the trip, places you'd like to see and things to do on the trip. Then come back with more detailed questions in another year.

Casey!
What is a good book to learn about Italy?

My dream is to take a trip to Italy one day. In the mean time I'd like to learn a lot about it first. What is a good recommended book that can help me learn lots about the country? I guess you could consider it a tour guide, but I want a book that'll talk about all parts of Italy: the food, the places, the shopping, typical famous attractions and must sees. I especially want to know about the beautiful country sides and villages outside of the large cities like Rome and Venice. Also maybe…

I'll add that it doesn't hurt to have some knowlege of the Roman empire and then the Renaissance, too. It's not essential, but it's a major part of Italy's heritage, and a good portion of why it is what it is, today.

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