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Presage captures the beauty of the moon reflected in the water with an Arita porcelain dial
Home linen brand, The Kokuin, boasts vintage Indian prints juxtaposed with an endearing sense of Japanese ethos
The Kokuin, founded by Connecticut-based Soumya James, offers table mats, coasters and napkins adorned with intricate block prints that have been hand-painted and uses natural dyes
The museum found a way to remain connected with its fan base
Lockdown experiments: Try these five recipes by grandmothers from countries like Japan and Lithuania
Great Big Story's new short film, Learning to Cook From Grandmothers Around the World, brings to the screen recipes from five different countries
Nobuhiko Obayashi, one of Japan's most prolific filmmakers who devoted his works to depicting war's horrors and singing the eternal power of movies, has died. He was 82.
From Japanese knives to Italian coffee makers, chefs such as Sabyasachi Gorai and Vinesh Johny, tell us about the cooking tools they swear by
Chef-approved tools and equipment for your kitchen
COVID-19 celeb victims list grows with country singer Joe Diffie, Japanese comedian Ken Shimura, Pakistani squash great Azam Khan
Country singer Joe Diffie, popular Japanese comedian Ken Shimura and Pakistani squash great Azam Khan are the latest victims of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Olympic Games has suffered political boycotts (Moscow 1980) and terrorism (Munich 1972), but it has only ever been cancelled due to outbreaks of war.
With the Tokyo Olympics postponed until 2021, now comes the multi-billion-dollar question: Who pays the bills for the delay, and how large will they be?
In the face of the coronavirus pandemic, Japanese organisers and IOC President Thomas Bach say that the games will open on July 24 at the $1.43 billion national stadium in central Tokyo.
They also have a Wasabi cheesecake that has us plenty curious...
Major cherry blossom festivals in Japan have been cancelled due to the deadly new coronavirus, the latest in a growing list of events quashed as the epidemic spreads globally.
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