Category: World

  • 13 Delicious Japanese Foods That Aren’t Sushi

    With its stunning natural landscape and strong cultural identity, Japan is a once-in-a-lifetime holiday destination. The East Asian island is also home to some deliciously fresh cuisine. Unique and beguiling, Japan is a country of binaries. It straddles both the traditional and ultra-modern, and hosts buzzing cities alongside stunning natural landscapes. Its food is notoriously […]

  • Anthony Bourdain Loves This One City More Than Anywhere Else

    It seems Anthony Bourdain has visited every city on Earth, and for him, one stands out far above the rest. The chef-turned-TV personality discussed his number one pick in a recent interview with Maxim. “I went to Tokyo the first time and my head kind of exploded,” he said. “I compared it to taking my […]

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  • Six types of Japanese people you’ll meet while living in Japan

    A while back, we had some fun talking about five of the more noteworthy types of foreigners you’ll meet in Japan, based upon observations drawn from our time spent working and living here in the Land of the Rising Sun. Whether you’re a Plastic Sensei, Hateimus Japanicus, Secret Ninja, Bubble Dweller or Kid in a […]

  • Tokyo in the black eye of a dutch photographer

    Before a recent trip to Tokyo, Dutch photographer Patrick Ebu-Mordi found himself becoming more and more disengaged from the art of taking pictures. “After living in Amsterdam for so long”, he tells Lonely Planet, “I felt like there was nothing more to see. I’d been looking at the same things over and over again, and […]

  • The train station that stayed open for a single school girl finally closes down

    Last year Kyu-shirataki Station made headlines around the world for staying open just to send one girl to school, but now that she’s graduating, it’s time to pack it in. News of delaying closures along the “Shiraktaki Series” of stations to accommodate a single student began to make headlines in Japan last year and by […]

  • LET’S LEARN FROM JAPAN: Read this beautiful Information about Japan

    1 – Did you know that Japanese children clean their schools every day for a quarter of an hour with teachers, which led to the emergence of a Japanese generation who is modest and keen on cleanliness. 2 – Did you know that any Japanese citizen who has a dog must carry bag and special […]

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    60 Habits You Formed In Japan That Will Never Work In Other Country

    Let me start …….^ – ^ 1. Forgot how to lock the door. Even though remembered afterwards, I don’t care. In Chinese  says “People do not take any articles left by the wayside and that doors are not bolted at night”, and that is Japan. 2. Think all policeman are kind and friendly. They joke […]

  • Ancient tombs eyed for World Heritage list

    The Council for Cultural Affairs decided on Monday to recommend Mozu-Furuichi Kofungun ancient tumulus clusters in Osaka Prefecture for UNESCO World Heritage listing in 2019. After the Cabinet approves the decision, the government will submit official documents of recommendation to UNESCO by Feb. 1 next year. The U.N. organization is expected to make a decision […]

  • 10 Must-See Japanese Summer Festivals Matsuri ( Photo feature ) 2017

    It’s the season of taiko sounds, late night food stalls, yukata and goldfish games: yes, it’s matsuri time! Summer in Japan brings a number of creative things to help you beat the heat — watermelon and salt sodas, kakigori, matcha flavored chu-hi, bon dance, and yukata — to name a few. But there’s only one […]

  • 5 safest cities for women in the world

    Reporter world/ Women are the ones who are most troubled by safety before going anywhere. Many news are heard where woman are raped, become the victim of violence, murder and kidnapping in the cities in day light. But there are some cities and countries in the world where there is full preparation of safety and […]