Starting with an idea to help students study in Japan, Davide Rossi has built GoGo Nihon into a successful company that brings students from around the world to study in Japan.
Renting an apartment in Japan is a complicated process filled with all sorts of archaic procedures, strange acronyms, and more fees than you can possibly imagine.
Survivors from the small town of Ishinomaki share their stories of survival and hope after the devastation caused by the 2011 Japan Earthquake.
With it's busy sidewalks and endless stairs, is Japan closed off to someone in a traveling in a wheelchair or is it surprisingly accessible?
Social media in Japan has grown from its early beginnings on mobile phones to websites like 2chan that wield considerable power in influencing cultural trends
Jiro Dreams of Sushi is a documentary film by David Gelb that follows the life of 85 year old Jiro Ono who is widely considered to be the world's greatest sushi chef.
Due to the space and earthquake constraints Tokyo is home to some of the worlds most unique and fascinating architecture.
Always Reading Caravan is a non-profit organization that provides mobile library services to families in the rural areas of Thailand to encourage more children to get excited about reading.
Despite a long and rich history tattooing in Japan is still not widely accepted due to their association with the Yakuza.
While New York is the place to go for jazz musicians, when it comes to jazz fans it doesn't get any better than Tokyo.