‘Emergent Tokyo’: Ever wondered what makes up the ‘secret sauce’ for the world’s biggest city? Then this book will be required reading. Plus, an interview with one of Emergent Tokyo’s co-authors.
Japan’s Immigration Services Agency is cracking down on illegal work – but some say their “awareness campaign” encourages harassment.
June 29th is “Tsukudani Day,” a minor holiday for the fish-and-seaweed dish. It’s also the food that saved shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu’s life.
Ahead of the G7 Summit in Hiroshima, train users discovered garbage cans and coin lockers shut down even hundreds of kilometers away.
Colabo and other women’s support groups in Japan are enduring targeted harassment campaigns from men opposed to their missions.
A 23-year-old French man had too wild of a night in Roppongi that ended with him slugging a woman and, eventually, being placed under arrest.
You can still find public cigarette vending machines here and there in Japan. But an upcoming change could drive many into extinction.
Mobile billboards, many advertising nightlife businesses, loudly circle the streets of Tokyo. Now the government is cracking down.
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