Dance as a Camera on Life
For more than 40 years, Kei Takei has been redefining dance in both the U.S. and Japan.
Something Wicked to Tokyo Comes
Japan’s oldest, largest English-language theater company retells the timeless tale of a man brought low by his lust for power.
All About Kangeki Theatre
Created in 2014, Kangeki Theatre (stylized Kan劇) is just one of the theater groups bringing quality multicultural shows to Nagoya. We talked to one of the founders to learn more about the group and the state of English-language theater in central Japan.
7 Prime Presents from the ¥100 Shop
These great items may only be ¥108 after tax, but your friends and family don't need to know that! And the quality's so good, they probably won't be able to tell!
The Dresser in Tokyo
Even in Tokyo, you can savor the bleak humor of a classic play dissecting the fading days of a touring British theater troupe.
The 'Capital Dragon' of Dance & Theater
Kyoto's very own 'Dinosaur House' has been teaching and presenting dance, movement and physical theater since 1997.
The Secret of the Square Watermelon
With only 200 grown per year, this video offers a rare glimpse behind the scenes of square watermelon production—answering the questions of how they're made and why they're so expensive!
5 Great, Cheap Cosmetics for the Natural Look
All About's guides and hair/makeup stylists have selected five of the best—and most affordable—products to help you achieve that natural, glow-from-within look.
11 Record-Setting Sites in Japan
Venture out and discover these 11 spots that break records in Japan, from the tallest building to the deepest lake. Or how about the city that eats the most ice cream?!
6 Zoos for a Day Trip in Tokyo
If you're in Tokyo and dying to see some animals, why not have a day out at one of these zoos for some fur time!
A New Form of Japanese Traditional Art
Merging ‘kyogen’ comedy, ‘nihon buyo’ dance and ‘wadaiko’ drums, 'infinity' aims to merge Japan’s historical traditions and folk art into a new-age form of entertainment.
4 Weirdly Themed Tokyo Izakaya
Looking to change things up for your next pub crawl? Why not grab your drinks in Japan's Warring States Period—or an elementary school classroom?
A Michelin Chef's Twist on Japanese Sweets
Try traditional Japanese sweets by way of a Michelin-starred chef in New York!
Shunkado: 130 Years of Sweets
Shunkado's flagship confection, the Unagipie Pastry, has been known for over 50 years as the signature souvenir of Shizuoka Prefecture. Eel extract never tasted so good!
Dragon Ball Raindrop Cake
You're not just seeing stars! These 'Dragon Ball' raindrop cakes are as easy to make as they are fun to eat.
Japan's Most Surreal National Park
From late April to early May, the blooms of 4.5 million Nemophilia flowers turn the hills of Hitachi Seaside Park a surreal shade of blue.
5 Ways to Unwind at the Phoenix Seagaia Resort
With so many amazing activities for all ages—from golf and hot springs to zoos a Pokémon hunt—here are our Top 5 reasons to make your way to this one-of-a-kind resort in Miyazaki!
3 Karuizawa Hotels with Atmosphere!
These accommodation options embody the rustic-chic atmosphere of Karuizawa, the popular Nagano resort town just over an hour from Tokyo.
Visit the 'Museum of the Sewerage'
At the 'Museum of the Sewerage' in western Tokyo, you can stand on a viewing platform right inside the main sewage pipe—which smells about as good as you'd imagine!
How to Use Manga Pens
Learn how to get started with the most essential manga tools right here!