How Is Japan Dealing with Coronavirus?
Coronavirus is expanding to every corners of the world. Japan has been very quiet and seems to manage the situation well. But is it really? What’s happening inside Japan?
Draw Amabie to Beat Coronavirus
Recent outbreak of coronavirus is becoming our daily concern. Become panic and buy tons of toilet rolls won’t help this situation but drawing Amabie might.
3rd of February is Setsubun in Japan
The 3rd of February is Setsubun in Japan. Evil masks and dried soy beans are sold in many supermarkets. There are three things people do on this day for good luck.
Women Only Rules in Japan 1 -Women Are Obliged to Wear Kimono at Work-
Women appear in kimono for the first business day at the Tokyo Stock Exchange. Would you be surprised if you find out those women are the employees and are obliged to wear kimono for work?
Potato chips are disappearing from Japan!
Potato chips are disappearing from konbini and supermarkets in Japan. People are going crazy chasing the last bags. What´s going on?
M7 Quake hit Kumamoto, Kyushu
Today just before 10pm in Japan, M7 earthquake hit Kumamoto region in Kyushu. Many houses are collapsed and people evacuated to near school ground or gyms. It´s still chilly in the night and people are asking for more blanket in the social media.
What not to do when you visit Jinja in Japan
Jinja, as well as temples is a very important sacred spot for many Japanese people regardless they are religious or not. But recently, these sports have become popular destination for many tourists and jinja is having a problem.
Think about Democracy from Japanese Parliament
On the 17th of September, Japan approved the new security bill and now Japan is willing to send its army to South Sudan. The shocking part is the vote in the committee which looked nothing about democracy. Is this even legal?
Japan´s Miss Universe winner isn´t Japanese enough?
A week ago, Miss Universe Japan crowned Ariana Miyamoto, Japanese-American HAFU girl. This left Japan a question. Is she Japanese enough? Is this about Japanese-ness or the identity?
Advice on bullying from Sakana-kun
In the late February, a 13-year-old secondary student was killed by bullies. Why bullying happen? The great fish expert, Sakana-kun sends a wonderful message to those who are suffering from bully.