For Tokyo, this is how to get to my favorite sushi restaurant called Standing Sushi:
Otherwise... for general restaurant advice...
When you land in Japan, at the airport, you can rent a mobile WiFi hotspot. This typically operates on a 3G or 4G network, you carry it in your backpack, and then you can connect to it via WiFi to get data.
I highly recommend renting one of these. It should cost $5 or so per day. Bring a USB battery pack, buy an Anker or see what Wirecutter recommends, because these mobile WiFi hotspots tend to lose their charge after a few hours.
Hi! I don't work for SETT, but I really like this site and want to help.
Please review SETT’s offerings and brainstorm ideas for massive authentic user growth.
GOAL: Get more active bloggers on this site. This project is NOT merely to increase signups, we want active users.
Comment on this post with your Top 3 Ideas if you're interested in applying for this gig. The winner will be hired for a short-term project to produce a plan or a document with specific instructions that anyone on our team could execute on.
Here are some example ideas, which aren't necessarily good ideas, but exemplify creative growth hack theory:
I sent this email:
Which my assistant converted to this letter to the complaints department of the UK Visas and Immigration bureau:
Got this email back:
Still experimenting with:
In short: $1 to $2 per bag, depending on how long they helped you. Consider $1 per bag as the minimum tip, like you'd do 10% or 15% at a restaurant.
My friend recently had a strange experience at the airport, which I'll paste below from Facebook.
Here's my friend's anecdote of what happened when she tried to check her bag and didn't know that she was supposed to give a tip.
Two lessons that guide businesses today:
But the opposite principles are probably more correct:
The majority of my FancyHands tasks recently can be summed up as:
We received some sad news that Groupon will be shutting down SideTour on June 1st, 2015. Here is the official announcement that was sent to all event hosts on April 14th, 2015:
* You will no longer be able to sell inventory through the sidetour.com website.* We will continue to sell inventory for dates occurring before June 1, but will not be adding any dates after this point. Starting April 21, you will no longer be able to add new dates.* The sidetour.com website will redirect to the Groupon website starting on June 1, and will no longer be accessible to hosts or consumers.
At the MuseumNext conference I happened to learn about The Knowledge, a famous test for London taxi drivers.