COVID-19 has put a pause on travel, but that doesn’t mean we can’t plan. The Japan Times’ Escape page regulars write about where they want to go in Japan once we see the back of COVID-19.
Though COVID-19 has unfortunately scuppered many travel plans this spring, it’s still possible to experience Japan from your couch through film. In particular, Studio Ghibli’s iconic canon of animated features provide a vivid refuge for those unable to leave the house.
Food Supply, a fruit and vegetable wholesale company in Tokyo’s Ota Ward, has launched a “drive-through greengrocer” to reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19 and minimize its food waste. The company, which usually provides produce to around 5,000 restaurants, has seen over 70 percent ...
The incubation period for COVID-19 is long enough that we may not feel the ramifications of our actions for as much as two weeks from now. For those with compromised immune systems, that makes the need for a united response even more pressing.
FlexHIIT Tokyo trainers Mitch Kondo and Diana Tsuruda on why it's important to be both strong and flexible; how to get the most out of a group workout; and the difference between health and wellness.
Offering creative culinary experiences across the country, tourism companies like ByFood and Arigato Japan Food Tours are taking the lead as Japan hopes to become a "tourism-oriented country" by 2030.
Demons, spirits and other things that go bump in the night come to life in Julie Kagawa's epic young adult fantasy "Shadow of the Fox."
There's no need to overspend to eat well in Tokyo. Here are The Japan Times' picks of Tokyo's best affordable Michelin restaurants, all under ¥3,000.
Alvin Cheung talks about the caffeine-charged world of entrepreneurism, design and "coffee terroir."
In Japan, mugicha (barley tea) is a ubiquitous and generally unremarkable drink. But for Janice Ishizaka, CEO and cofounder of The Canadian Barley Tea Company, the drink's lack of appreciation represents an opportunity to create a new, healthy, made-in-Canada beverage.