The quest for historical truth requires healthy debates, not politicizing history and canceling others to silence. True historians do not politicize the past.
Hata provides an objective dissent on orthodox views of comfort women in Korea while also acknowledging the poverty that plagued many Chosun women victims.
Feast your eyes on her gorgeous handicraft, painstakingly sculpted, shaved and etched out of acrylic rods.
Just in time for the Setouchi International Art Triennial, the 100-year-old UOI inn-turned into a perfect otaku guesthouse has reopened for business.
The Praemium Imperiale advisor talks about the role of art in helping us appreciate our common humanity as aggressive nations threaten to drive the world apart.
The popular event “Street Zombie” will have the highest numbers of different types of zombies this year!
Fermentation is vital to Japanese cuisine but a shrinking industry. A soy sauce maker cooks up sumptuous ways of embracing the age-old technology with the new.
There are 52 people as cats and a guest house inspired by ukiyo-e. Every surface is filled with delicious details, and puzzles are hidden in each...
"Energy, smiles and dreams" ーJapanese high school students spearhead the resumption of people-to-people ties in Taiwan's national day celebrations.
Two cities have come up with innovative ways to advertise their Instaworthy townscapes to residents looking for a forever home.
With prices for childhood hobbies surpassing the 6-digit mark, toys are child's play no more as collectors turn their childhood stash into riches.
Nearly one-half of Japan’s seaborne trade is carried along the Indian Ocean route, which remains vital for Japan’s tanker fleet and economic interests.