Boyé Lafayette De Mente

Boyé Lafayette De Mente

Boy Lafayette De Mente has been involved with Asia since the late 1940s as a member of a U.S. intelligence agency, journalist and editor. He is former Associate Publisher and currently a regular columnist of the Tokyo Journal. He is a graduate of University in Tokyo, Japan and Thunderbird School of Global Management in Glendale, Arizona, USA. In addition to books on the business practices, social behavior and languages of China, Japan, Korea and Mexico he has written extensively about the plague of male dominance and the moral collapse of the U.S. and the Western world in general.

Monday, 30 January 2017 21:42

Sightseeing and People Watching in Tokyo

Sightseeing and People Watching in Tokyo

 

Japan’s historical and modern beauty never ceases to beguile visitors. But despite its picturesque sceneries and bucolic abundance, the real attraction of this island country is the Japanese people and their culture.

Tuesday, 01 March 2016 00:00

Innovations and Inventions

Innovations and Inventions Changing Samurai Style

The ongoing presence and purity of Japan’s traditional culture in so many areas of life is one of the most amazing aspects of modern Japan. This is particularly so since the early 1870s, when the Japanese as a whole adopted foreign lifestyles with astounding skill and speed.

Thursday, 16 July 2015 00:00

Tokyo Skytree Branch Sprouts Pubs

Branch of Tokyo Skytree Sprouts Pubs

Tokyo beer enthusiasts and people who simply want to see and experience one of the most spectacular attractions in the world should not miss the World Beer Museum, located on the seventh floor of the Tokyo Solamachi commercial building, attached to Tokyo Skytree in Tokyo’s Sumida Ward.

Saturday, 25 October 2014 04:46

Face Reading in Japan Goes High Tech!

Face Reading in Japan

Goes High Tech!

THE ancient Asian art of face reading has gone high tech in Japan. Several years ago, Japanese scientists began applying high-speed photographic technology to the art, adding a new dimension to understanding human feelings and communication in a development that could eventually change most human interactions.

Wednesday, 09 April 2014 22:10

Cover-It-All-Up Kimono!

Cover-It-All-Up Kimono!

Saving the Sexy

People who are not intimately familiar with Japan’s traditional female kimono may never have thought of these cover-everything-up garments as particularly sexy, but they are. Even the most die-hard take-it-all-off advocates cannot deny the influence of kimono on both the women who wear them and the libido of males who view them.

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