All About Japan

All About Japan Authors

  • A graduate of Hokkaido University's school of journalism, now missing the northern landscape.

  • Planetyze is the largest Japan travel guidebook, featuring videos, reviews, and articles about sightseeing spots from all over Japan. You can discover the sightseeing spots that you're interested in, by watching short videos and reading reviews written by other travellers.

  • We certify roads to run, walk and cycle, valuing the sense and feeling when we actually stand there, not when driving a car. Through the discovery of new perspectives, we would like to help make Japan the most popular place in the world for tourists to visit.

  • TripleLights is a tour marketplace that connects tourists and tour guide professionals. Request a tailor-made tour, from our community of guides. Guides will create the best plan for you, according to your preferences.

  • https://www.instagram.com/usuke_satoh/
    Beauty products journalist who is familiar with beauty market in Japan,America,France,UK,China,Taiwan,Hongkong and korea.

  • The fastest and most convenient way to make purchases and receive discounts, all with the touch of your finger! Enjoy sights and shopping without your wallet or credit cards. Just register and then you can use your fingerprints to make purchases, check into hotels, get discounts, and more!

  • Eric has been living in Japan for over 7 years and yet disappointed with himself for not learning the language. He likes to write about food adventures but not really open to trying out exotic foods! So, help his wife make him try.

  • Working in concert with the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of Japan. Let's enjoy Japanese food!

  • Published in English, OISHII is an informative magazine from Singapore that brings Japanese cuisine and culture to the world.
    From traditional Japanese culinary culture to culinary journeys, ingredients to recipes, and distinguished chefs to F&B-related cutting-edge technology, the magazine features insightful articles that touch on every season in Japan.

  • Kyushu is a top-tier travel destination blessed with beautiful seasonal flowers, delightful driving roads and luxurious hot spring locales. Online travel companies participating in the 2016/10/1-12/28 campaign are offering Kyushu travel at up to 50% off. There's plenty to enjoy in Kyushu! Find out more at the
    Official YouTube Channel!

  • Born in Toronto, Canada, Katsura Sunshine is the first foreign-born professional 'rakugo' storyteller since the early 20th century. He appears regularly on television in Japan, and has performed in Singapore, the U.S. and Canada, the U.K., Australia, Paris, Sri Lanka and Hong Kong, as well as throughout Japan. He currently divides his time between London and Tokyo.

  • Lawson seeks to realize its Corporate Philosophy of "Creating Happiness and Harmony in Our Communities" by operating neighborhood stores centered on its chainstore development and operation in Japan. Since opening its first store 40 years ago in June 1975, Lawson has evolved in response to changes in lifestyles and the social environment, resolving inconveniences that arise in its communities.

  • Andrew Woolner is a founding member of the Yokohama Theatre Ensemble and is the current Artistic Director of the Yokohama Theatre Group (YTG). He also teaches the Ytheatre School core Acting classes.

  • Writer ninja extraordinaire.

  • Tech in Asia is the go-to media platform for Asia’s tech community, with annual conferences hosted in Singapore, Tokyo, and Jakarta. With an ever-growing team based all across Asia and the U.S., spanning editorial, events and database functions, we are fully dedicated to bringing Asia’s tech ecosystem closer together.

  • "In this world some people born are like keys that move the world and exist having no connection to the social hierarchy established by man."—Griffith (Berserk)

    Tokyo based film & video-game screenwriter (Tokyo)
    Managing Director at Aoi Taiyo (Kobe Based NPO)
    I'm in love with nature, astronomy and Kyudo.
    I admire my beautiful children: Soul and Ao-Ra Miki

  • From design to politics, anime to tech, JapanTrends is devoted to telling the rest of the world about all the things happening in Asia’s most exciting place. High tech Japan? Definitely. Cool Japan? Of course. Wacky Japan? Sometimes. We cover both the good and the bad about Japan, bringing you news and analysis of the latest fashions and trends bursting out of this complex but little-understood culture.

  • Hi! I run ARuFa's Diary, or 'Arufa no Nikki'! I also make music!

  • Lindsay Nelson teaches at the University of Tokyo and writes about Japanese film at eigafile.wordpress.com.

  • Discover Japan through kitchens! The KitchHike community is the largest of its type, where Japanese people invite foreign visitors into their homes to eat authentic Japanese meals. KitchHike connects COOKs and HIKERs in kitchens. It is a service that lets you meet real people, and eat real food.
    Feel like trying real Japanese food ("washoku")? Go to a local house and enjoy Japanese homemade meals!

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