Shimoda is normally a sleepy fishing community famous for onsen and seafood, but it celebrates the Kurofune Matsuri with parades, flourish and kimono every May.
Energized by the Force of Star Wars, May’s quiet gives us cover for the detailed planning of announcements and events that gamers are anxiously anticipating.
Wataro is a father of two children. One day, he handed the camera to his 3-year-old son and went to work.
Originally a pilgrimage site for pilgrims to the Shinto shrine, Mitakesan has recently become popular as a hiking destination and has trails to satisfy all levels...
Commuting and sightseeing along the Nagoya to Takayama route just became a cultural experience as new train cars include exhibition spaces for local crafts.
Make the most of the weather! Now that you are all prepared and out shooting here are a few tips on some fun types of images...
Akihabara-based retailer Thanko has a knack for crafting quirky but convenient goods meant to match a solo lifestyle.
In an emotional speech at the award ceremony, novelist Touma Aisaka laments the current situation in Ukraine.
Japan Society presents the artist’s expanding vision in “To perform a line,” an exhibition of her works, on in New York from April 29–July 10, 2022.
Since the 1700’s, local fisherman have built their wooden, thatched-roof homes right on the water.
A Sansai safari with a knowledgeable guide in the forests of Nagano reveals a secret side of Japan, overflowing with abundant water and delicious natural food.
Ishihara loved unlikely adventures, but there was more to it than that. He was fascinated by the supernatural and inexplicable, and even flying saucers.