Three-tiered lacquered wooden lunch boxes, which originated in Tokushima Prefecture during the late Edo Period (1603-1868), are having a revival thanks to a trio of collaborators.
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A self-described "multipassionate" entrepreneur, Gizem Sakamaki's main source of joy is a sustainable food culture.
This year’s new adults are on the precipice of missing out on their seijinshiki, a time-honored tradition noted for its formality and formalwear.
Known collectively as the “Morioka sandaimen,” each dish features a noodle with distinct cultural roots.
With COVID-19 entrenched in daily life, people are more open about testing and the private sector is stepping in to expand testing options.
Experts offer practical advice to make sure your house is tidy and safe for everyone spending the holidays inside.
With both a father and grandfather who served their country as diplomats, it might seem that Carlos Pere is simply following in the family footsteps. In fact, however, he had spent his entire career in business before embarking upon his first diplomatic assignment as ...
Banks are sending some non-Japanese customers requests to come into their branch and confirm their identities, which they say is part of a broader strategy to combat crime.
Joy Jarman-Walsh pushes sustainable tourism in her podcasts and YouTube series, and she's optimistic about Japan's role in it.
An announcer and translator at NHK, Nahid Yoshinari is happy to share her Persian culture with people in Japan.