Wild Swimming in Spain

Similar to open water swimming, wild swimming is simply choosing to swim in more natural environments, often without parking, lifeguards and other trappings of civilization. Wild swimming is usually at a river or abandoned beach, and may require a long walk or hike to reach. Wild swimming also happens at local creeks or ponds.

When you were growing up, you probably just called it “swimming.”

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Wild Swimming in Spain

Similar to open water swimming, wild swimming is simply choosing to swim in more natural environments, often without parking, lifeguards and other trappings of civilization. Wild swimming is usually at a river or abandoned beach, and may require a long walk or hike to reach. Wild swimming also happens at local creeks or ponds.

When you were growing up, you probably just called it “swimming.”

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Top 23 Things to do in Valencia, Spain with Kids

“Below is our favorite 23 things to do in Valencia with kids, but this is only part of a growing list of fun family experiences in Valencia we’re compiling. I am sure to return to this post and update it as we get to know the city better.”

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Top 23 Things to do in Valencia, Spain with Kids

“Below is our favorite 23 things to do in Valencia with kids, but this is only part of a growing list of fun family experiences in Valencia we’re compiling. I am sure to return to this post and update it as we get to know the city better.”

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Don’t fear the creeper: A lesson in overcoming fear

“Once back on the scooters and heading back to town, both kids seemed like different people. Felicia’s only concern seemed to be leaving the snakes behind. All worries about the dark or about getting lost were gone. In fact, Jamie became an active participant in navigating our way back.”

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Don’t fear the creeper: A lesson in overcoming fear

“Once back on the scooters and heading back to town, both kids seemed like different people. Felicia’s only concern seemed to be leaving the snakes behind. All worries about the dark or about getting lost were gone. In fact, Jamie became an active participant in navigating our way back.”

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Penang with Kids: Family Travel Guide

“We’ve in and out of Penang multiple times, and I can say that it is one of our children’s favorite places in Southeast Asia. Below I’ve listed up a few of our favorite things to do on the island, as well as a few favorites of fellow family travelers.”

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Penang with Kids: Family Travel Guide

“We’ve in and out of Penang multiple times, and I can say that it is one of our children’s favorite places in Southeast Asia. Below I’ve listed up a few of our favorite things to do on the island, as well as a few favorites of fellow family travelers.”

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Sanrio Puroland: Japan Times Child's Play

Family flashbacks to a psychedelic day with Kitty

“What comes across as tacky, soulless commercialism in small amounts transmogrifies here into an ornate, sugar-fueled spectacle of near-baroque proportions.”

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Sanrio Puroland: Japan Times Child's Play

Family flashbacks to a psychedelic day with Kitty

“What comes across as tacky, soulless commercialism in small amounts transmogrifies here into an ornate, sugar-fueled spectacle of near-baroque proportions.”

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Exploring Omotesando’s cool cultural playground

“Large 8.5-meter-high windows offer a great view of the area, and the curator makes use of the ample daylight, frequently choosing art that emphasizes the bright and shiny.”

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Exploring Omotesando’s cool cultural playground

“Large 8.5-meter-high windows offer a great view of the area, and the curator makes use of the ample daylight, frequently choosing art that emphasizes the bright and shiny.”

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A big day out at the sumo

“The short, strenuous fights were a natural fit for short attention spans…”

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A big day out at the sumo

“The short, strenuous fights were a natural fit for short attention spans…”

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In Tokyo, a Taste of Brooklyn

“The Skatalites are on the record player. The smell of fresh-baked bread wafts past overstuffed bookshelves and crates of vinyl. It’s like visiting the loft of your most eccentric aunt.”

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In Tokyo, a Taste of Brooklyn

“The Skatalites are on the record player. The smell of fresh-baked bread wafts past overstuffed bookshelves and crates of vinyl. It’s like visiting the loft of your most eccentric aunt.”

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Flipping Japanese

“…these burgers are the antithesis of traditional Japanese cuisine: big, greasy, and impossible to eat without making a mess.”

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E.A.T. sauce burgers

Flipping Japanese

“…these burgers are the antithesis of traditional Japanese cuisine: big, greasy, and impossible to eat without making a mess.”

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Tastemaker: Thierry Marx

“In France, tradition and innovation are always battling,” he says. “In Japan, however, there was no battle”

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Tastemaker: Thierry Marx

“In France, tradition and innovation are always battling,” he says. “In Japan, however, there was no battle”

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Second Helpings: Nostalgic Japanese foods

“Most kids may not be connoisseurs, but they’re never afraid to tell you what they like on the table.”

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Second Helpings: Nostalgic Japanese foods

“Most kids may not be connoisseurs, but they’re never afraid to tell you what they like on the table.”

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Tokyo’s best high-tech kids’ activities

For children interested in science and technology — or for parents eager to spark that interest — Japan’s capital is the place for kids to get neck-deep in high-tech.

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Tokyo’s best high-tech kids’ activities

For children interested in science and technology — or for parents eager to spark that interest — Japan’s capital is the place for kids to get neck-deep in high-tech.

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Down By the River

“…between glitzy Ginza boutiques and the humble suburban sprawl of Chiba prefecture; between rustic postwar tenements and the gleam of Odaiba’s futuristic architecture.”

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Down By the River

“…between glitzy Ginza boutiques and the humble suburban sprawl of Chiba prefecture; between rustic postwar tenements and the gleam of Odaiba’s futuristic architecture.”

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Pop goes the cash register

“Pop-up retail has been around for a while. Long enough, in fact, that scenesters like Kitsune now feel they need to differentiate themselves from the concept. “

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Pop goes the cash register

“Pop-up retail has been around for a while. Long enough, in fact, that scenesters like Kitsune now feel they need to differentiate themselves from the concept. “

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Who let the dog boom get out of control?

“…when pets are treated as fashion accessories, they can more easily be disposed of when trends change”

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Who let the dog boom get out of control?

“…when pets are treated as fashion accessories, they can more easily be disposed of when trends change”

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Tokyo venues thinking outside the box

“Each member of the audience is provided a champagne tasting and a pair of headphones.”

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Tokyo venues thinking outside the box

“Each member of the audience is provided a champagne tasting and a pair of headphones.”

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Haikyo: exploring abandoned Japan

“…there is something very Japanese about seeing these man-made objects returning to nature: trees growing in kitchens; vines swallowing roofs; storms washing away years of paint…”

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Haikyo: exploring abandoned Japan

“…there is something very Japanese about seeing these man-made objects returning to nature: trees growing in kitchens; vines swallowing roofs; storms washing away years of paint…”

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Recession wedding (bring your own champagne?)

“Was my friend’s stripped-down ceremony indicative of a movement spurred on by the recession, or was Japan’s “Marital Industrial Complex” unaffected by the economy?”

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Recession wedding (bring your own champagne?)

“Was my friend’s stripped-down ceremony indicative of a movement spurred on by the recession, or was Japan’s “Marital Industrial Complex” unaffected by the economy?”

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Interview: Grandmaster Flash

“The Japan Times says you don’t know who I am,” he bellowed to the crowd, “So let’s tell them: WHO AM I?”

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Interview: Grandmaster Flash

“The Japan Times says you don’t know who I am,” he bellowed to the crowd, “So let’s tell them: WHO AM I?”

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Hideki Kuwajima: Vertical / Horizontal

“Complexity mirrored against itself can reign in chaos in ways that makes the discordant divine. “

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Hideki Kuwajima: Vertical / Horizontal

“Complexity mirrored against itself can reign in chaos in ways that makes the discordant divine. “

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Art Review: “Bob Richardson” and “Terry Richardson”

“…a new understanding of the phrase ‘wasted talent’….”

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Art Review: “Bob Richardson” and “Terry Richardson”

“…a new understanding of the phrase ‘wasted talent’….”

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Dance Preview: ‘Grupo Corpo: Onqoto & Parabelo’

“Sharp vaults lead to a swaggering gait and back, leaving audiences agape at the dichotomy.”

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Dance Preview: ‘Grupo Corpo: Onqoto & Parabelo’

“Sharp vaults lead to a swaggering gait and back, leaving audiences agape at the dichotomy.”

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Interview: Interpol

“Journalists,” he says, searching for the words, “don’t . . . often . . . portray you in the way you thought you came out in an interview.”

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Interview: Interpol

“Journalists,” he says, searching for the words, “don’t . . . often . . . portray you in the way you thought you came out in an interview.”

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Interview: Luna

“Earnest, to me, is a bad word.”

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Interview: Luna

“Earnest, to me, is a bad word.”

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Shaking it up on Sado

“Roughly six hours away from Tokyo by shinkansen and ferry, Ogi’s remoteness, he says, is both physical and psychological.”

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Shaking it up on Sado

“Roughly six hours away from Tokyo by shinkansen and ferry, Ogi’s remoteness, he says, is both physical and psychological.”

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Live Music Preview: Robert Randolph

“…these riffs are searing, unadulterated joy — too hot for heaven and too sweet for hell.”

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Live Music Preview: Robert Randolph

“…these riffs are searing, unadulterated joy — too hot for heaven and too sweet for hell.”

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Aoki Takamasa, Ogurusu Norihide and Takagi Masakatsu: “Come and Play in Our Backyard”

“…a collection of mixed media varying from delicate to decadent…”

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Aoki Takamasa, Ogurusu Norihide and Takagi Masakatsu: “Come and Play in Our Backyard”

“…a collection of mixed media varying from delicate to decadent…”

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Concert Preview: The Sea and Cake

“Post-rock seems to have been born a genre already approaching middle age. “

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Concert Preview: The Sea and Cake

“Post-rock seems to have been born a genre already approaching middle age. “

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Amon Tobin: “Out From Out Where”

“…adds to a small collection of jungle/techno that still has flesh and blood beneath the circuits…”

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Amon Tobin: “Out From Out Where”

“…adds to a small collection of jungle/techno that still has flesh and blood beneath the circuits…”

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Sigur Ros: “( )”

“When Birgisson sings, his mesmerizing falsetto sounds somewhere between a choirboy and a very, very lonely whale.”

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Sigur Ros: “( )”

“When Birgisson sings, his mesmerizing falsetto sounds somewhere between a choirboy and a very, very lonely whale.”

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Interview: Masa Hidaka

“…the police hated me, the fire chief hated me, but now, it’s normal.”

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Interview: Masa Hidaka

“…the police hated me, the fire chief hated me, but now, it’s normal.”

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Azure Ray: ‘Burn and Shiver’

“…horns accentuate tracks by letting out the occasional warm sigh, but then tip-toe out before stirring anyone out of their sugarplum dreams.”

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Azure Ray: ‘Burn and Shiver’

“…horns accentuate tracks by letting out the occasional warm sigh, but then tip-toe out before stirring anyone out of their sugarplum dreams.”

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Canyoning: Plunging Into the Abyss

“…the key is to look straight up,” he says with a wink. “That way, you’ll fall straight down.”

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Canyoning: Plunging Into the Abyss

“…the key is to look straight up,” he says with a wink. “That way, you’ll fall straight down.”

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Learning from a neighborhood stroll

“Guests are welcome to step inside the buildings and touch many (but perhaps not all) of the objects they find there. Kids can operate machinery that husked the community’s rice, and then handle the pots that were later used to cook the grains. You can step into the houses (shoes off first please) and peruse some of the now-somewhat-alien belongings that would have been commonplace in their time.”

Learning from a neighborhood stroll

“Guests are welcome to step inside the buildings and touch many (but perhaps not all) of the objects they find there. Kids can operate machinery that husked the community’s rice, and then handle the pots that were later used to cook the grains. You can step into the houses (shoes off first please) and peruse some of the now-somewhat-alien belongings that would have been commonplace in their time.”

Workshops to keep the children sweet

“With skill and hard work, however, an artisan can turn sweets into something more sublime. Just like the French patissier, the makers of wagashi (traditional Japanese sweets) use sugar and other ingredients to make edible art — objects of such beauty that you may feel guilty taking a bite from them.”

Workshops to keep the children sweet

“With skill and hard work, however, an artisan can turn sweets into something more sublime. Just like the French patissier, the makers of wagashi (traditional Japanese sweets) use sugar and other ingredients to make edible art — objects of such beauty that you may feel guilty taking a bite from them.”

Get kids’ education down to a science

“These are the type of activities you find in most science museums in the world. The buttons are worn around the edges and they’re not decked out with iPads and the most recent technologies, but they’re still interactive and educational. They may show their age, but the fun (and the science behind them) is timeless.”

Get kids’ education down to a science

“These are the type of activities you find in most science museums in the world. The buttons are worn around the edges and they’re not decked out with iPads and the most recent technologies, but they’re still interactive and educational. They may show their age, but the fun (and the science behind them) is timeless.”

TenQ can stop kids getting lost in space

“I’m not sure how self-conscious it makes these researchers to be presented as an exhibit themselves, but they seem unperturbed by observers, and I like the idea of children observing scientists at work — even if it has the feeling of watching fish in a tank.”

TenQ can stop kids getting lost in space

“I’m not sure how self-conscious it makes these researchers to be presented as an exhibit themselves, but they seem unperturbed by observers, and I like the idea of children observing scientists at work — even if it has the feeling of watching fish in a tank.”

Take on the samurai in Edo Period Toei

“…the sets here are used to shoot more than 200 productions a year, and the park itself offers an interesting opportunity show your kids he magic of filmmaking — all while exposing them to a little Japanese history.”

Take on the samurai in Edo Period Toei

“…the sets here are used to shoot more than 200 productions a year, and the park itself offers an interesting opportunity show your kids he magic of filmmaking — all while exposing them to a little Japanese history.”

Take a slow, deep dive into marine life

“Look,” says a child, pointing to one of many sea creatures. “It’s beautiful, isn’t it?”

“Oh yes,” says the parent. “Beautiful. And it’s making me hungry.”

Take a slow, deep dive into marine life

“Look,” says a child, pointing to one of many sea creatures. “It’s beautiful, isn’t it?”

“Oh yes,” says the parent. “Beautiful. And it’s making me hungry.”

Art is for everyone, including kids

“If you glean anything from this column, I hope it’s that Tokyo is fantastic fun for children. There are great parks, museums and family entertainment options, but one aspect of the city that I feel is often overlooked by Tokyo parents is the vibrant contemporary art scene.”

Art is for everyone, including kids

“If you glean anything from this column, I hope it’s that Tokyo is fantastic fun for children. There are great parks, museums and family entertainment options, but one aspect of the city that I feel is often overlooked by Tokyo parents is the vibrant contemporary art scene.”

Don’t let rainy days stop you going out to play

“As wintry weather hovers over Japan, parents are constantly on the lookout for indoor places for their kids to play. “

Don’t let rainy days stop you going out to play

“As wintry weather hovers over Japan, parents are constantly on the lookout for indoor places for their kids to play. “

Brightening your holiday mood

“Tokyo has never shied away from spectacle, and the amount of sheer wattage that will go into this year’s illumination displays is likely to make the metropolis visible from other planets.”

Brightening your holiday mood

“Tokyo has never shied away from spectacle, and the amount of sheer wattage that will go into this year’s illumination displays is likely to make the metropolis visible from other planets.”

Halloween in Tokyo: Don’t be afraid to take the kids out

“Halloween, I believe, proves to be a better fit for Japan’s cultural predilections just as it is. It has its roots in respecting — and even communing with — the dead, which lines up well with ancient O-bon traditions, and Japan has more than its share of homegrown ghost and monster stories to be told around a campfire. Halloween’s present themes of costumes and fright also jibe with the Japan of today, where horror movies and cosplay still rake in billions of yen every year.”

Halloween in Tokyo: Don’t be afraid to take the kids out

“Halloween, I believe, proves to be a better fit for Japan’s cultural predilections just as it is. It has its roots in respecting — and even communing with — the dead, which lines up well with ancient O-bon traditions, and Japan has more than its share of homegrown ghost and monster stories to be told around a campfire. Halloween’s present themes of costumes and fright also jibe with the Japan of today, where horror movies and cosplay still rake in billions of yen every year.”

Kids can learn a lot from being on the factory floor

“And the final tour? That one was for me: the Asahi Beer plant — a mere eight-minute train ride from Osaka Station. I had to persuade my daughter to come along for this one — hey, fermentation is science, right? — and I’m proud to say that she enjoyed herself a lot more than she expected to.”

Kids can learn a lot from being on the factory floor

“And the final tour? That one was for me: the Asahi Beer plant — a mere eight-minute train ride from Osaka Station. I had to persuade my daughter to come along for this one — hey, fermentation is science, right? — and I’m proud to say that she enjoyed herself a lot more than she expected to.”

Creative approach brings science to life in Osaka

“Did I mention the playground? Designed by Austrian contemporary artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser, this space is an organic jungle gym painted white with primary-colored trim. It’s as if Mondrian and Gaudi had teamed up to build a gingerbread house.”

Creative approach brings science to life in Osaka

“Did I mention the playground? Designed by Austrian contemporary artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser, this space is an organic jungle gym painted white with primary-colored trim. It’s as if Mondrian and Gaudi had teamed up to build a gingerbread house.”

Spa World Osaka Japan with Kids Childs Play

Make a splash on a family outing

“Splashing around in its warm waters has always been a pleasure during the bitter cold of January, but it still feels great now, even after winter’s sting has retired for the season.”

Spa World Osaka Japan with Kids Childs Play

Make a splash on a family outing

“Splashing around in its warm waters has always been a pleasure during the bitter cold of January, but it still feels great now, even after winter’s sting has retired for the season.”

Hanami in Tokyo with kids Childs Play Japan Times

A Family Guide to Tokyo Hanami Spots

“The weather still echoes winter’s chill, but the hearts and minds of the Japanese populace have begun to thaw. I can only describe it as something of a spiritual spring break.”

Hanami in Tokyo with kids Childs Play Japan Times

A Family Guide to Tokyo Hanami Spots

“The weather still echoes winter’s chill, but the hearts and minds of the Japanese populace have begun to thaw. I can only describe it as something of a spiritual spring break.”

A museum where kids can play out fire-fighter fantasies

“Using sound, lights and some motorized parts, the diorama shows how such a village would respond to a blaze in the centuries before fire engines and water pressure.”

A museum where kids can play out fire-fighter fantasies

“Using sound, lights and some motorized parts, the diorama shows how such a village would respond to a blaze in the centuries before fire engines and water pressure.”

Tokyo Rinkai Disaster Prevention Park, Child's Play, The Japan Times

Preparing your kids for the Big One

Nearly everyone in this city has had some sort of preparedness training — from preschools to retirement homes — but a little extra practice has never hurt anyone.

Tokyo Rinkai Disaster Prevention Park, Child's Play, The Japan Times

Preparing your kids for the Big One

Nearly everyone in this city has had some sort of preparedness training — from preschools to retirement homes — but a little extra practice has never hurt anyone.

Miraikan in Odaiba, Tokyo

Take the kids to the future at Miraikan

In Japanese, it is known as Miraikan (roughly translated as “Hall of the Future”), yet despite its science-fiction aesthetic, the museum focuses on scientific realities — both present and potential.

Miraikan in Odaiba, Tokyo

Take the kids to the future at Miraikan

In Japanese, it is known as Miraikan (roughly translated as “Hall of the Future”), yet despite its science-fiction aesthetic, the museum focuses on scientific realities — both present and potential.

Lost in Inokashira, Found in Ghibli

Ah, Kichijoji: my favorite Tokyo neighborhood. Less than 30 minutes from the heart of the city, this hip suburb has everything a downtown dweller would want…

Lost in Inokashira, Found in Ghibli

Ah, Kichijoji: my favorite Tokyo neighborhood. Less than 30 minutes from the heart of the city, this hip suburb has everything a downtown dweller would want…

Aquariums offer summer escape

“Japan has plenty of places to ogle fish, and not just on ice or on a grill.”

Aquariums offer summer escape

“Japan has plenty of places to ogle fish, and not just on ice or on a grill.”

Meiji Jingu and Harajuku with Kids

Kids love park life in the summer

“This is easily one of my favorite places to relax in Tokyo. It’s almost shocking how empty it can be, especially when compared with the crowds on the Harajuku side.”

Meiji Jingu and Harajuku with Kids

Kids love park life in the summer

“This is easily one of my favorite places to relax in Tokyo. It’s almost shocking how empty it can be, especially when compared with the crowds on the Harajuku side.”

Tokyo Midtown

A dose of culture and fun at Tokyo Midtown

“…offers (relatively) open spaces where kids can run ahead without parents worrying about them slamming into taxis or old ladies.”

Tokyo Midtown

A dose of culture and fun at Tokyo Midtown

“…offers (relatively) open spaces where kids can run ahead without parents worrying about them slamming into taxis or old ladies.”

Tokyo Gas Science Museum

Where kids will have a blast

“…connect your flame with a bubble and you get a bright little blast, right at eye-level…”

Tokyo Gas Science Museum

Where kids will have a blast

“…connect your flame with a bubble and you get a bright little blast, right at eye-level…”

Hanami Onigiri

Under the Cherry Blossoms

“…couples, cliques, and entire companies skip work to congregate under the nearest sakura trunk…”

Hanami Onigiri

Under the Cherry Blossoms

“…couples, cliques, and entire companies skip work to congregate under the nearest sakura trunk…”

The Most Popular Lunch Spot in Tokyo

“If you think convenience store food is limited to potato chips and dodgy dried meats, then come to Japan”

The Most Popular Lunch Spot in Tokyo

“If you think convenience store food is limited to potato chips and dodgy dried meats, then come to Japan”

Augmented Reality taking it to another level

“The hype surrounding augmented reality (AR) technology is often dwarfed by coverage of 3D television, but that may change once both are put into practice on a broad scale. “

Augmented Reality taking it to another level

“The hype surrounding augmented reality (AR) technology is often dwarfed by coverage of 3D television, but that may change once both are put into practice on a broad scale. “

“Ryomaden” romanticizes (and monetizes) history

“…echoes of Japan’s feudal past continue to convince a large – and increasingly female – audience to open their wallets.”

“Ryomaden” romanticizes (and monetizes) history

“…echoes of Japan’s feudal past continue to convince a large – and increasingly female – audience to open their wallets.”

Trends in Japan 2009: celebrity drug busts

“From soldiers to pop stars, 2009 will be remembered as a year of disillusionment for many of the Japanese public regarding the “purity” of their heroes.”

Trends in Japan 2009: celebrity drug busts

“From soldiers to pop stars, 2009 will be remembered as a year of disillusionment for many of the Japanese public regarding the “purity” of their heroes.”

Up and running in Japan

“With Japan’s ‘running boom’ arguably at its peak, races around the country are filling up faster than ever…The market has been following closely. “

Up and running in Japan

“With Japan’s ‘running boom’ arguably at its peak, races around the country are filling up faster than ever…The market has been following closely. “

The Complaints Choir: Denounce to the Music

“. . . make an open invitation, and if no one wants to take part, then that’s a clear indication that this project is not needed”

The Complaints Choir: Denounce to the Music

“. . . make an open invitation, and if no one wants to take part, then that’s a clear indication that this project is not needed”

‘Prototype’ documents the birth of designers’ ideas

“…Each display has notes and sketches drawn directly onto the tables by the designers themselves, giving the viewer insight into their creative process.”

‘Prototype’ documents the birth of designers’ ideas

“…Each display has notes and sketches drawn directly onto the tables by the designers themselves, giving the viewer insight into their creative process.”

School uniforms remain a cultural conundrum

“Few items of clothing evoke such a spectrum of emotions (be careful when Googling it).”

School uniforms remain a cultural conundrum

“Few items of clothing evoke such a spectrum of emotions (be careful when Googling it).”

Japanese now a little less lost in translation

“One possible silver lining to today’s algorithmic inadequacies could be the reassurance that computers have not yet rendered humans redundant. “

Japanese now a little less lost in translation

“One possible silver lining to today’s algorithmic inadequacies could be the reassurance that computers have not yet rendered humans redundant. “

Manga publishers go back to the drawing board

“…manga are just in the process of adapting to the new landscape. “

Manga publishers go back to the drawing board

“…manga are just in the process of adapting to the new landscape. “

Japanese camera makers reassess size and simplicity

“…the digital camera market is either mind-bogglingly fascinating or mind-numbingly boring. “

Japanese camera makers reassess size and simplicity

“…the digital camera market is either mind-bogglingly fascinating or mind-numbingly boring. “

Cheap vino continues to flow in Japan

“… it seems the market for low-rent sommeliers will increase”

Cheap vino continues to flow in Japan

“… it seems the market for low-rent sommeliers will increase”