Category Archives: Culture

New faces down on the farm

“If agriculture has become entertainment, can we grow popcorn?”

New faces down on the farm

“If agriculture has become entertainment, can we grow popcorn?”

Bento packaged for the global spotlight

“…several well-known creative minds move beyond proletariat concerns to wax philosophic on the nature of bento and how they represent Japanese society.”

Bento packaged for the global spotlight

“…several well-known creative minds move beyond proletariat concerns to wax philosophic on the nature of bento and how they represent Japanese society.”

Twitter swoops into the Japanese market again

“…the ability to read the thoughts and updates of anyone in the world could be one of the game changers that everyone is seeking”

Twitter swoops into the Japanese market again

“…the ability to read the thoughts and updates of anyone in the world could be one of the game changers that everyone is seeking”

Japanese gamers buy up Google’s City Streets

“Roppongi and Waseda seeing more development than Nagatacho and Marunouchi, possibly an indication of the median age of those who play.”

Japanese gamers buy up Google’s City Streets

“Roppongi and Waseda seeing more development than Nagatacho and Marunouchi, possibly an indication of the median age of those who play.”

What’s in the cards for the future of sumo?

“The traditional Japanese sport has been simultaneously battling two nebulous forces: controversy and apathy. “

What’s in the cards for the future of sumo?

“The traditional Japanese sport has been simultaneously battling two nebulous forces: controversy and apathy. “

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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The pill still hard to swallow in Japan

“Of all industrialized nations, France has the highest number of pill advocates at 44%, with the U.K. at 26% and the United States at 18%. In Japan it stands at 3%. Why?”

The pill still hard to swallow in Japan

“Of all industrialized nations, France has the highest number of pill advocates at 44%, with the U.K. at 26% and the United States at 18%. In Japan it stands at 3%. Why?”