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Japan's folklore is little-known outside of the country, yet there are some fascinating and quirky stories to rival the most well-known tales. Read on to learn a little bit about...
The iconic bronze statue of Hachikō at Shibuya station in Tokyo As we approach International Dog Day on 26 August, the true-life story of the Akita dog Hachikō's incredible loyalty to...
Sōmen are thin noodles made from wheat flour, that cook quickly. They're a common sight through summer in Japan, where they're usually eaten cold to help cool you down.
If you're looking for a new TV series, read on for our favourite Japanese shows currently available on Netflix and Amazon Prime.
Happy Chopsticks Day for 4 August! In Japan, chopsticks spread from China around 500 AD and are known as ohashi. Read on for our top tips on chopstick etiquette.
Go back in history and celebrate the legacy of the 1964 Summer Games in post-war Japan, the first ever Games to be held in Asia.