Hiromi Maruhashi's interest in dance eventually led her to the Indian state of Kerala and a cultural exchange she is eager to show to Japan.
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In her book, Gracia Liu-Farrer judiciously covers the migrant experience and argues that Japan is becoming an "immigrant country."
Keerthana Mariappan balances a fast-paced job with a life of practicing and teaching yoga.
Rev. Cyril Veliath came to Japan from India more than 40 years ago and he has seen a lot of changes in his time.
Some worry confusion surrounding border restrictions will "leave a scar" among residents of Indian descent.
When your life revolves around your work, a shutdown makes things extra hard.
Indian filmmaker Anshul Chauhan opted to make his first feature film in Japan, but discovered just how difficult working with the local industry can be.
After seeing miscommunication and bullying firsthand, Yogendra "Yogi" Puranik decided to stand up and do something about it. Now, as a politician, he hopes to be a bridge between two communities.
Learning Japanese and want a bit of extra cash? Getting a part-time job in the service industry can teach you a lot more than the language.
Emperor Naruhito ascended to the throne on May 1, 2019, ushering in the Reiwa Era. We asked people in Tokyo what they would do if they were emperor for a day. Gregory Popelka English teacher, 26, U.S. I'd have a big party and everybody would come and ...