A short film recalls the Japanese American legacy on the West Coast and how the Miyazaki Bathhouse seeks to preserve and build upon it.
A spiraling stairwell crowded with people creates an optical illusion in Nagoya-shi, Japan on May 3, 2015. (Kirill Ξ/Κ Voloshin/Flickr)
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Ahead of his April 29 talk at Asia Society New York, Dr. Akihiko Tanaka explains how his organization helps maintain Japan's image as a "responsible global citizen."
"It has changed the way I think about time and history," photographer Naoya Hatakeyama said of his frequent trips to his tsunami-ravaged hometown to photograph the transformed landscape.
Violet tulips blossom in the spring air in Yokohama-shi, Japan on March 27, 2015. (Toshihiro Gamo/Flickr)
Colorful Tsurushi Bina dolls hang heavy on strings with wishes of health and well-being in Shizuoka, Japan on February 25, 2015. (Takashi .M/Flickr)
Japan is seeing a rapid decline in its working population — which could be an opportunity for companies to better utilize the advantages of female workers.
A brown-eared bulbul sucks nectar from the apricot blossoms in Yokohama-shi, Japan on March 1, 2015. (Toshihiro Gamo/Flickr)
Shinzo Abe is trying to get Japan's underrepresented women into the workforce to boost the economy. One expert discusses what leaders are doing right and what problems remain.
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