Kazuo Odachi’s memoir about his life as a kamikaze pilot is a poignant reminder of the resilience of humanity in times of adversity.
Thomas Noah Wood is the pseudonym for the American writer Thomas Dillon, whose name may be familiar to readers of The Japan Times. Dillon wrote about daily life in Japan through the lens of international marriage in “When East Marries West,” a column which ...
If time spent at home during COVID-19 made you want to get your own furry friend, here are some points to consider before committing to a new pet.
The humidity is rising and that means there could be mold in the forecast if you don't prepare your home in advance.
Lifelines gets answers from two taxation experts regarding the payments from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act.
With everyone's attention focused on the coronavirus pandemic, you could be forgiven for forgetting that it's Mother's Day this weekend. Just remember, it's never too late to tell anyone in your life that they matter.
Although her days are packed to the brim, Sally Townsend wouldn’t have it any other way. As commissioner for South Australia to Japan and Korea, Townsend leads her home state’s trade and investment office in Tokyo.
The current coronavirus pandemic has caused school closures around the world. While some have been able to make the jump to digital ways of learning, others have fallen short.
Peter Tan Hai Chuan was looking forward to enhancing opportunities for bilateral cooperation when he took up his position as Singapore’s ambassador to Japan last October.
With "staying in" now the new "going out," housebound activities have become officially the cool thing to do. But what if you’re stuck for a good book? Read on to see four of our critics’ top reads for an extended period of self-isolation. A Tale ...