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4 Japanese Movies To Watch Before High School Graduation
March 02, 2018 43 Likes
It is often said in Japan that the three years spent in high school are some of the most important years in the life of a Japanese youth. It is here that Japan’s teens are beginnin
HISTORY
The Good, The Cool, And The Lazy: The 8 Types Of Ninja You Never Knew Existed
January 26, 2018 22161 Likes
You have that image in mind: ninja are black-clad spies, rarely talk, can choke you in an instant, like to throw ropes and chisels around, and are for the most part mysterious char
GENERAL
4 Makoto Shinkai Films You Should Know (that aren’t Your Name)
January 26, 2018 3775 Likes
Your Name, the heartwarming story of two high-school students on an emotional, consciousness-swapping journey to find one another, took just two weeks to become a domestic and glob
LIFESTYLE
For The Love Of The Game: Sport And Youth In Japanese Movies
September 20, 2017 5875 Likes
The three years spent in high school — and for some late bloomers, universities — is a rite of passage for Japanese youth. During this time, teens learn the key tenets fundamental
LIFESTYLE
Popular Japanese Literature On Screen
September 20, 2017 1 Likes
While manga-to-film adaptations have steadily grown in popularity, acclaimed Japanese literature has long been and remains now an unsurprisingly rich source of narratives for filme
GENERAL
7 Japanese Movies That Have Won International Awards
September 20, 2017 7 Likes
With one of the world’s oldest and most highly developed film industries, it’s no surprise that Japanese works have made their way to the outside world and found wide acclaim. Fact
FOOD
Taste Japan: The Best of Japanese Cuisine Ever Captured On Screen
September 19, 2017 11730 Likes
There is much to be said about the Japanese culinary culture. Not only is it thriving in variety and taste, but it is heavily symbolic and meaningful in nature. The following five
LIFESTYLE
From Street Kawaii To School Chic: Fashion In Japanese Movies
August 22, 2017 35347 Likes
It is a commonly held notion that Japan is home to an overwhelmingly monocultural society, with strong fundamental pillars that resist variation from the norm and shift very slowly
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