Haunting, evocative imagery from Japan's disaster area provides a context for the Emperor's address to the nation one year after the tsunami struck.
The Kyoto-based band's spoken-word song "humanERROR" has turned into an anthem of sorts for Japan's traditionally apolitical youth.
Sunada’s directorial debut Death of a Japanese Salesman (2011) opens Asia Society New York’s new film series Extreme Private Ethos: Japanese Documentaries on March 10.
The sun sets on a field in Nakayama, Japan on February 26, 2012. (Jan Karlo Camero /Flickr)
Several Asian nations held up the rear of a Gallup poll released yesterday measuring Americans' favorability toward foreign countries.
To this day historians bicker over what happened and why, writes Asia Society's Geoff Spencer.
Watch a short film on Okahara's six years spent documenting Japan's serious problem of self-injury.
Watch a Star Wars-type-showdown between a demon and a four-eyed shaman at the annual Setsubun festival in Japan.
Kevin Allekotte captures the sun setting over Tokyo. (Kevin Allekotte/Flickr)
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