Stephen Carr

Stephen Carr is a British writer and photographer who has contributed to newspapers and magazines around the world. He first came to Japan in 2000 to edit Japan Update, a weekly magazine in Okinawa. Now based in Nagoya, he has been writing for The Japan Times since 2010.

For Stephen Carr's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:

JR Nagoya Station: Almost a town within a city

Mar 15, 2014

JR Nagoya Station: Almost a town within a city

Of the 193,000 people who pass daily through the main station of Japan’s third city, Nagoya, most are probably unaware they are in a building with no rival in the entire world. The station complex, known as the Twin Towers, is a Guinness World ...

Blood, beatings and the cage: the bouncer

| May 1, 2012

Blood, beatings and the cage: the bouncer

Before The Japan Times was invited inside Nagoya’s iD Cafe to speak to Thomas, the nightclub’s security manager, we stopped to chat to a uniformed policeman near the club. He told us there were as many as 50 fights in a nearby park on ...