All About Japan

Tim Hornyak

Tim Hornyak

All About Tim Hornyak
Tim Hornyak is a Canadian writer based in Tokyo, Japan, who has worked in journalism for more than 20 years. He has written extensively about travel, food, technology, science, culture and business in Japan for media including The New York Times, Nature, Science, Scientific American, CNBC, CNET, The Japan Times and IDG News. He is the author of Loving the Machine: The Art and Science of Japanese Robots.
Ketchup and Cabbages: In Search of Japan’s Most Unusual Monuments

Ketchup and Cabbages: In Search of Japan’s Most Unusual Monuments

Should there be a monument to cabbages? How about eyeglasses? Well they already exist in Japan, along with many other unusual tributes.

Japan's Himekuri Calendars: Amazing Almanacs

Japan's Himekuri Calendars: Amazing Almanacs

Japan's traditional page-a-day himekuri calendars are fascinating windows into traditional ways of keeping track of everything from seasonal events to festivals and lucky days.

Time Travel with Japan's "Warlord" Clocks

Time Travel with Japan's "Warlord" Clocks

Tokyo's Daimyo Clock Museum showcases unique Japanese clocks and the old way of measuring time used in the Edo period.

From the Way of the Warrior to the Way of Tea

From the Way of the Warrior to the Way of Tea

Randy Channell Soei is a tea ceremony master living in Kyoto. He tells us how he came to follow the Way of Tea, its connection to martial arts, and the benefits of Japan's time-honored tea ceremony.

5 Japanese Cooking YouTubers You Must Watch

5 Japanese Cooking YouTubers You Must Watch

Interested in learning how to cook some simple (and not so simple) Japanese dishes? A few of the best cooking YouTube channels can be a great start.

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