All About Japan

Seal Up Your Phone & Achieve Your Goals

Need help holding yourself back from your phone? Japanese high school entrepreneurs have come up with a simple way to free up your time with the Smart Phone Sealing Taro.

Tokyo After Dark: Nightlife & Adventures

Follow the bright neon lights and welcoming red lanterns to discover the best of Tokyo's nightlife. We promise you will never be bored in Japan's capital!

Mobile App Lets You 'Collect' US States

Can't remember all the U.S. states? Why not unify them all into one?

The History of Japanese Cosmetic Brushes

These high quality, hand-made products carry a long history and unique manufacturing process that makes each and any one of them a true art work.

5 Winter Day Trips from Sapporo

Sapporo is an ideal base from which to explore other areas of vast Hokkaido! From penguins to icebreakers, and ice sculptures to festivals, Hokkaido has so much to see and experience.

Attention Moms!

The mom-to-mom fashion marketplace is now live. Join now!

Discover the Balance of Japanese Cuisine

During Ichiju-Sansai Week at Georgetown University, students can taste from a Japanese menu developed by the Japanese master chef of a Michelin-starred restaurant.

Halal Japanese Cuisine in Tokyo

Visitors who keep halal can now enjoy beautifully presented kaiseki (course meals), lovingly prepared by a chef who worked at a 3 Michelin-starred restaurant!

Book These 6 Hot Tokyo Restaurants in English!

Want to hit top-class restaurants in Tokyo but worried about the language barrier? This service will not only get you your reservation, but also set up your meal!

5 Restaurants for a Taste of Ichiju-Sansai

The basic foundation of a traditional Japanese meal is 'ichiju-sansai,' which literally means 'one soup and three dishes.' This refers to a meal consisting of a bowl of soup, a main dish and two sides, supported by rice and Japanese pickles.

Use Your Smartphone as a Whiteboard

Presentation Whiteboard is an easy-to-use graphics tool for business and interpersonal communication.

Innovations in Japan Blue

'Ai' indigo dye, known as Japan Blue, has been in use since the year 1500, with new applications continuously being innovated over time.

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Add more excitement to your Japan visit with a unique and original dining experience.

Line Stickers from Hand-Drawn Illustrations

Live2Love Japan has released an iPhone app called Shuttle Sticker, which easily makes Line Creators Stickers from hand-drawn illustrations.

Turn Your PC into a Hi-Fi Network Player—Free!

Component Design's free music player software released for Windows.

Chase Away the Winter Blues in Okinawa

While better known as a summer destination, sunny Okinawa has lots to offer travelers seeking an offbeat winter vacation in the sun.

Make Your Own Soba in Kyoto

Hidden away in one of Kyoto's alleyways, you can learn to make your own yummy noodles from scratch—no cooking experience required!

Get into Seasonal Sake

There are roughly 2,000 breweries in Japan all producing their own unique form of sake—including seasonal, limited-edition products.

8 Things You Don’t Know about KIT KAT in Japan

Thought you knew everything about Japan's multifaceted KIT KAT bars? Read on!

Photos from Japan to You

Ranging from skin care and shoes to kimono and charms from shrines, blogger and model Matsu-you* introduces her favorite aspects of Japan for the G7 Japan 2016 Ise-Shima Photography Contest.

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