Dr. Anthony Horton shares Japan’s recent announcement that it will invest millions in climate change and disaster aid for Pacific Island nations.
The athleticism, strategery, and pageantry of Sumo!
It is better to bend than to break, the old Japanese proverb goes.
You don’t really know Soccer until you’ve experienced it all over the World. Turns out some Leagues march to a different beat.
Laura Foley uses brevity and simplicity to make a powerful impact in this prose poem.
As our World Series begins, so does another on the other side of the world. Mike Kasdan shares his baseball memories from The Land of the Rising Sun.
Rick Matz directly addresses finding the time for martial arts training, but his advice reaches deeper into global men’s culture.
Batman takes his Batmobile for a causal spin on a Japanese highway and delights a few fans along the way.
In this excerpt, Eric Norris writes about an awkward, thoughtful conversation with his Japanese-American boyfriend, both men recalling their fathers’ roles in World War II.
Why living in nature keeps us happy.
Tsach Gilboa looks at nuclear power plants in light of tsunami’s and earthquakes, and wonders if are setting ourselves up for future catastrophes.
Have young people in Japan given up on sex and relationships? Thomas Pluck wonders.
Early last week, a box of World War II medals, awards, and mementos was discovered at a Missouri Goodwill; the owner’s family was overwhelmed to hear that they would be returned home.