Having lived in Japan since 2002, Nicolas Floquet feels integrated and comfortable in this country he considers home.
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Boxer Yoshikawa helps others to learn to roll with the punches
As an 'artistic emissary for the Japanese government, pianist and composer Motoki Hirai travels the world to promote Japanese culture and heal hearts with music.
Since arriving back in Japan in 2015, Ben Jennings, or B.J. Fox as he is known professionally, has built up an impressive body of work.
As 2020 approaches, The Japan Times' book reviewers look back at a decade of literature and their favorite and most impactful books written about Japan or by Japanese writers.
Miho Beck's encounter with some heavy metal fans in an English pub in Manchester provided the lightbulb moment that redefined the way she thought about travel, eventually leading to the start of her travel experience platform, TripJunction, some 25 years later. Along with co-founder Taejin ...
German-born Hartmut Schick heads operations at Daimler Trucks Asia, bringing with him more than three decades of experience with the Daimler Group, the world’s biggest producer of commercial vehicles.
Whether plain, screen printed, embroidered or even lacey, the humble hanky is virtually forgotten in the West. So why is it in Japan, very few will leave home without one?
Members of the Association of Foreign Wives of Japanese reflect on the group's achievements and progress.
Alitalia's Regional General Manager for East Europe and Asia Massimo Allegri had much to share during his recent interview with The Japan Times, but he wanted to start off on the right note.