Each year brings many new trends to Japan. Find out what you may see this year, in 2019. If you are coming to Japan, you may want to try some of these new trends for yourself!
As the culture of a country develops over the centuries -- and for Korea, there have been many centuries -- its people evolve a very distinct sense of belonging, and begin to differentiate themselves from the other cultures of the world. Especially...
South Koreans practise some quite interesting dining etiquette. It would be useful know the dos and don'ts while dining with Koreans so as to avoid embarrassing scenes or committing offending behaviour.
Tokyo is not only one of the three greatest command centres of our modern world's economy, it is also where the old meets the new in perfect harmony. Culture, history and modernity - Tokyo has it.
Tamozawa Imperial Villa is a beautifully restored mansion, used by the imperial family. As the only surviving Imperial residence from the Meiji villa, it should not be missed when visiting Nikko.
The Great Wall in Beijing, built during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), is the most often seen tourism site in China. It runs over 373 miles, containing about 827 city wall platforms, 71 passes and countless towers. The Forbidden City was the...
Have you heard about the Sagano Scenic Railway? Also known as the Sagano Torokko, it is a train that wanders through Arashiama near Kyoto, Japan offering a scenic tour of its natural beauty.
A primer in the basics of travelling to and within Japan's capital and largest city, Tokyo.
Learning Taiwanese was a fantastic experience for me. It made me more aware of the varieties of spoken Chinese, and, most importantly, gave me an insight into thoughts and lives of native Taiwanese.
A fairly comprehensive guide that teaches you the manners and customs of being a guest in someone's house in Japan.