Many of you have heard about or eaten at a revolving conveyer-belt sushi – or kaiten-zushi – restaurant. What most people don’t know, however, is that this business gimmick in Japan is slowly going out of business.
A picture I posted of a Japanese Red Cross poster caused more backlash than I ever expected. Here’s why I posted it – and why this issue is important.
A look at the history of Shuri Castle and its significance as a cultural landmark following its tragic destruction in a massive fire.
Year-end work parties have long been a staple of Japanese business culture. But more and more people – especially the young – are resolving not to go.