As the pandemic's toll continues to grow, employees are taking to social media to vent about company management and voice their desires to move on.
Kaori Shoji writes about movies and movie-makers for the Film Page, plus takes a turn at the Bilingual Column. Biggest mistake of her career: taking the very dignified Nagisa Oshima to McDonald's for an iced coffee.
For Kaori Shoji's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:
An article by Kaori Shoji looks at how women are still taking on more of the burden when it comes to preparing meals.
"It’s the thought of having to deal with the next meal as soon as this one is over, in whatever shape or form that meal may take.”
Tap into your communication skills and feminine side to succeed in a world coping with coronavirus.
People in Japan are "nesting" during the global pandemic, which means some extra time for a few new hobbies. Is anyone up for some at-home yoga?
For the first time ever, Japan's national broadcaster, NHK, will show a condensed version of its famous year-long period drama in English.
As many across the country continue to spend an unprecedented amount of time at home amid the coronavirus outbreak, parallels are being drawn with another period in history that offered a similar social landscape.
March was a month of cancelled classes, postponed planes and sudden suspensions. Let's take a deeper look at the ways we express delays.
Japanese actress Aoi Mizuhara explores Asian family values in her debut Hollywood film, 'The Farewell,' which is set for release in Japan in April.
It’s a bad time to run out of toilet paper and tissues. March is a month of big life changes in Japan such as 入学 (nyūgaku, entering university), 入社 (nyūsha, entering a company) and 転勤 (tenkin, company transfers), and those will often require your ...