My name is Takashi Yasui, I'm 35 years old, and live in Osaka, Japan. Basically, I take photos in Kyoto so I call myself a “Kyoto Photographer.” About five years ago, when my niece was born, I started taking family...
-- Photoreport by the french photographer Hélène Veilleux --
Hidden in the, as busy as posh district, of ginza, the Pasona O2 project bring back greens in the tokyo's ocean of concrete building.
Secret Garden ?
Visitors may be surpised to discover that...
This educational institute enters into the list of the most eminent universities in Japan and in Asia in general. It is known by its scientific laboratories.
Today the university teaches more than thirty thousands students.
We will introduce the World Heritage Sites in Japan that were registered from 1999 to 2013. Please read on and have a feel of the beautiful Japanese old architectures and its magnificent nature.
We've all heard about Japan's extraordinary 'capsule hotels,' but photographer Won Kim's intimate photos give us a personal look at another set of tight living quarters – a hidden hotel in Tokyo that was designed as a guesthouse for backpackers.
An owl cafe in Tokyo, Japan, lets its customers spend time with these majestic birds. Visitors to Ikefukurou can pet or take photos with the birds for 1400 yen (11.5 USD) per hour during the week, or 1600 yen (13 USD)...
Sometimes, you have to look down at your feet to discover small treasures hidden in plain sight. These are some of the beautiful Japanese manhole covers with amazing designs and colors.
In my brief time in Japan, which in my opinion is one of the most beautiful countries in the world, I got to see things that I'm pretty sure are endemic to Japanese culture.
These are some photos from my trip. Hope...
Residents in Tokyo have recently reported several sightings of possibly the most patient pet-walker in the world: an elderly man who takes his enormous African spurred tortoise (or sulcata) out for walks around the town. Judging by the tortoise's size, the...
After the series "Water Mario". During your trip to Japan, I wanted to launch a series on the same principle with the Pokemon series. So I started with Pikachu during the cherry festival (hanami) in Ueno Park (Tokyo).