The 109 Reasons Japan is a Unique Country
The surprising list of things that make Japan an amazing country.
Part 10: The 109 Reasons Japan is a Unique Country
Seven mysterious creatures of Japan
Bigfoot. The Loch Ness Monster. The Abominable Snowman. Tales of unidentified mysterious animals have long intrigued and captured the imagination of people around the world -- and Japan is no exception. Here is a brief introduction to 7 of the island...
Japanese map symbols - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This is a list of . These symbols are called in the .
19 Japanese Festival Foods - Japan Talk
Many Japanese festivals attract millions of visitors — somebody has to feed all those people.
10 Ways to Hack Google to Become an Awesome Japanese Learning...
The 10 Strangest Things You can Buy in a Japanese Vending...
Learn Japanese Language Online for Free!
japanese-lesson.com offers online self-study programs to learn to speak Japanese. Produced by a native Japanese language teacher. Suitable for JLPT study.
Goldfish Phone Booths In Japan [8 Photos]
How to use FUROSHIKI
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Geek Bento Boxes
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Magical Long-Exposure Firefly Photos Go Viral
Tsuneaki Hiramatsu knew something was up. It was the end of December and his amateur photo blog had suddenly jumped from a handful of visitors a day
Edo-period monster paintings by Sawaki Suushi
In the sophisticated popular culture of the Edo period (1603-1868), much attention was devoted to Japan's rich pantheon of traditional monsters and apparitions, known as . Sometimes frightening, sometimes humorous, these compelling Japanese folk crea...
Guide to Japanese manners and etiquette- Wa-pedia
Guide to Japanese manners and etiquette
16 Signs That Japan Loves Small Stuff - Japan Talk
The many small wonders of Japan.
Weird Snacks from Japanese Convenience Stores
Japanese convenience stores offer a wide variety of meals and snacks. Here are a few of the unfamiliar items I found in Japanese convenience stores.
Japan-101.com - Japan Information Resource
Okay, not every train in Japan goes 160 MPH - But some really do, and in quiet comfort. Why not travel faster than 99% of humans will ever move by ground transportation?