"Japan" Blogs & Blog Posts

Radical Ring PopsRadical Ring Pops

A fashion blog dedicated to a cute and kawaii aesthetic on the cheap. Inclu...

 
DEKOBOKODEKOBOKO

A Photographic Travelogue of Uneven Perceptions

 
just another dayjust another day

Describes just another day in my life as a teacher, a wife, a daughter and ...

 


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American Express has made an acquisition in Japan after it picked up restaurant booking service Pocket Concierge in an undisclosed deal. The acquisition was announced in Japanese and in English by James Riney, the head of 500 Startups Japan which...

Romero Rodrigues Contributor Romero Rodrigues is a managing partner at Redpoint eVentures, the Brazilian-focused arm of the Silicon Valley venture firm Redpoint. More posts by this contributor Brazil’s fintech boom offers new vertical opportuni...

Filed under: Government/Legal,Mitsubishi,Nissan,Renault He requested an open hearing to hear the reason for his continued detention.Continue reading Carlos Ghosn to make first public appearance in seven weeks on Tuesday Carlos...

As predicted, Twitter’s subtle new feature showing from which clients tweets are sent is already embarrassing brands. Following on from a Korean boy band sponsored by LG and Apple’s own Music staff, Huawei is the latest to be embarrassed...

Dawn ver.β is a Tokyo cafe in Akasaka where all the table service is performed by 120 cm tall OriHime-D robots that are piloted by people who are paralyzed and work from home; it was inspired by a fictional cafe in the 2008 anime Time of Eve.

As populism and a tilt to the political right has prompted many nations to question once welcoming immigration and refugee policies and embrace xenophobia, a nation with a centuries long reputation for insularity has decided to move in the other dire...

Each year, Japanese whalers haul hundreds of harpooned whales aboard their giant 8,145-ton vessel, the Nisshin Maru. And for decades, they've killed most of these whales in the open Antarctic seas, under the guise of performing scientific "research."...