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Hiroshima Survivor Hideko Tamura Snider

Hiroshima Survivor Hideko Tamura Snider Educating the World on the Consequences of Nuclear Weapons Hideko Tamura Snider was a child when t...

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Life after Hiroshima

Life after Hiroshima Mike Kawamura: A Survivor’s Dreams for World Peace Ikunosuke “Mike” Kawamura is a survivor of the 1945 Hiroshima bomb...

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Japan House Los Angeles Perspectives on Japan: Art, Culture, Design, and Technology

Japan House Los Angeles Perspectives on Japan: Art, Culture, Design, and Technology Yuko Kaifu, the daughter-in-law of former Japanese Pri...

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EXILE: A Quest for Eternal Success

EXILE: A Quest for Eternal Success Interview by Anthony Al-Jamie and Elizabeth Mays Photographs by Shane Karns EXILE is an all-male J-po...

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Dancer and Actor Naoki Kobayashi

Dancer and Actor Naoki Kobayashi From EXILE to Hollywood Over the last decade, Naoki Kobayashi has carved out a place for himself in Japa...

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Naomi Kawase’s Vision

From Nara, Japan to the Tokyo Olympics Naomi Kawase’s Vision for the Future of Film and the Next Generation One of Japan’s most promine...

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Tetsuya Bessho

Tetsuya Bessho Redefining Cinema through Short Films A veteran actor, producer, and radio presenter, Tetsuya Bessho is no stranger to the ...

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Yoko Narahashi

Yoko Narahashi Casting Director Casts Light on the Hollywood and Japanese Film Industries Yoko Narahashi is an acclaimed Japanese casting ...

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Rempei Tsukamoto

Rempei Tsukamoto Film Director and Screenwriter Rempei Tsukamoto is a talented Japanese film director and screenwriter with years of exper...

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In a League of His Own: Peter O’Malley

In a League of His Own: Peter O’Malley Former Owner of the L.A. Dodgers and Ambassador of U.S.-Japan Baseball Peter O’Malley, a member of ...

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Jim Press: A Driving Force in the Automotive World

Jim Press A Driving Force in the Automotive World Former Toyota North America and Chrysler President Discusses Working for a Japanese Com...

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The Tange Legacy: Like Father, Like Son

The Tange Legacy: Like Father, Like Son An Interview with Architect Paul Noritaka Tange Paul Noritaka Tange is an architect who graduated ...

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Being Like a Rock in a Tea Garden

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Big in Japan: Welcoming Foreigners and Promoting Respectful Exploration

Welcoming Foreigners and Promoting Respectful Exploration Tokyo has been hard at work on the mammoth task of preparing for the Tokyo Olympi...

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Haitian Culture

Synopsis of Art by Artists of the Haitian Diaspora One of Haiti’s greatest exports to the world is its beautiful art. To illustrate t...

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Living “as” Nature not “with” it

Living “as” Nature not “with” it Ilya Prigogine, a late Nobel Prize winner for chemistry, once wrote in a book of h...

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Photo Album from Cuba

Photo Album from Cuba: “A Midsummer Night’s Memory” There were nights when each of their dreams gathered. The dreams beca...

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Figs and Ham Tart

Figs and Ham Tart For making last-minute meals, I always try to have a few key ingredients at home. I keep a few rolls of frozen puff pastr...

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Chef Ben Ford

New American Comfort I have memories from my childhood of my mother and father packing the car for our annual summer stay in Wisconsin. Int...

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Mari's Homemade Cooking Recipes

Mari's Homemade Cooking Recipes How to Make Miso-simmered Mackerel Ingredients (4 Servings)Miso broth: 4 tablespoons miso 4 tablespoon...

LANGUAGE & EDUCATION

Global Educator David Nunan

Teaching to the Heart and Head In teacher education seminars and conferences, a common warm-up task is for the workshop leader to ask parti...

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Sex Pistols

Sex Pistols In the fall of 1976, I met the Sex Pistols for the first time when Malcolm McLaren took me to Club Louise in London. That same ...

FASHION & DESIGN

Junko Koshino

The First Fashion Show in Cuba August 1996. I was said to be the first to hold a fashion show in Cuba. Then I held another in 200...

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MacArthur and Me

MacArthur and Me I once met United States General of the Army Douglas MacArthur. I had seen him before, from a distance, when he was drivin...

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The Warlord and the Wimp

The Warlord and the Wimp In this excerpt from his Japan Journals, Donald Richie learns what separated leaders from losers. ...

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J-flicks in the USA

J-flicks in the USA U.S. Releases of Japan-Related Films ...

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Awa Sparkling Sake: International Debut at Tokyo Olympics

Awa Sparkling Sake: International Debut at Tokyo Olympics Champagnes and sparkling wines have long been used to celebrate milestones from F...

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The Four Seasons of Japan

The Four Seasons of Japan From white to pink to green to red and yellow, the beauty of Japan changes in each of its four distinct seasons. ...

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Hotels in Tokyo

Tokyo Hotels Tokyo Journal sent a celebrity review team to stay at some of Tokyo’s top hotels. Dylan Sprouse is an American actor and entre...

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Kyoto: Japan's Cultural Capital

Kyoto Japan’s Cultural Capital Kyoto was Japan’s capital city until 1868. Today, it is widely considered to be the country’s cultural capi...

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Osaka: Japan’s Amazing “Water City”

Osaka: Japan’s Amazing “Water City” Osaka, at the mouth of Odo River on Osaka Bay, is not high on the list of most foreign visitors to Japa...

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Success Built in Japanese Products

How the Japanese Build Success into Their Products The Japanese have a culture of achieving a profound degree of refinement in the products...

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Model Jessica Minh Anh Visits Japan

Supermodel Jessica Minh Anh Visits Japan Supermodel Jessica Minh Anh visited Tokyo, Kyoto and Fukushima to explore potential catwalk venues...

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Yosakoi Festival

Yosakoi Festival Tokyo Yosakoi (dance festival) is the second half of the Fukuro Festival, which has been an annual tradition in west Ikebu...

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Tokyo Hotels

Tokyo Hotels Hotel New Otani Excellent Service in a Serene LocationEstablished in 1964, this superbly designed luxury hotel is known for i...

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Serviced Apartments in Tokyo

Serviced Apartments in Tokyo If you plan to stay in Tokyo for more than a week or two, you may want to consider a fully furnished and servi...

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Koshu Wine – Indigenous to Japan

Koshu Wine – Uniquely Indigenous to Japan When it comes to Japanese alcoholic beverages, most people think of sake. But in recent yea...

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The Barges of the Dead

The Barges of the Dead Donald Richie is struck by a haunting apparition at the seashore in this excerpt from his Japan Journals The follow...

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