Photojournalist Fumie Oyama shares exclusive photos of the endangered crested ibis in the first installment of a new series on Sado Island's rich biodiversity.
The Japanese hare is vanishing from green spaces in communities, sending a warning signal that we need to rethink how to coexist in harmony with nature.
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.
The destruction of natural fields and woodlands and their important satoyama features can only be stopped by reinvigorating nuclear power.
Meet the old castle town in Japan’s historic countryside striving to reimagine the community of the future, untied to urban centers but just as connected as...
At Mori Building’s new project, Japanese pygmy woodpeckers, along with lizards, insects, plants and other animals are an integral part of the ecosystem in this new...
Pursuing a decarbonized society at low cost could have damaging effects on the Japanese archipelago.
“After corona, we have entered a period where the role of architecture must consider how the place and humans can be connected.” (Architect Kengo Kuma)