Earthquakes, Tsunami, Explosions, Oh My!

Published by: Fatma AlSayegh 1st December 2016 On March 11, 2011, an earthquake, also called Great Sendai Earthquake or Great Tōhoku Earthquake, hit northeastern Japan, unleashing a savage tsunami. The earthquake could be felt as far as Russia, Taiwan, and China, and was the strongest and most powerful earthquake to ever strike Japan. Timeline of all … More Earthquakes, Tsunami, Explosions, Oh My!

Japan Grows Old

Published By: Dana Maher 29 December 2016 Everybody dreams about working in Japan as it’s known for its fluctuating, fast-growing economy, low unemployment rate, high wages, skilled labors, and high positions. Will many foreigner’s dreams are going to come true, due to the existence of a shortage in skilled labors, because of the country’s aging population; … More Japan Grows Old

Who Rules Japan?

Published by Dana Maher 29 December 2016 I’m pretty sure that almost all the nations and people worldwide wonder who’s behind this success and victory? Who keeps this growth steady and fluctuated? How did he keep this growth steady? What did he provide to his citizens? How did he benefit the country and the citizens? … More Who Rules Japan?

Craziest and Weirdest Japanese inventions

Published By Fatma AlSayegh 30 December 2016 Here are some of the craziest and weirdest Japanese inventions that you don’t need but definitely want: 1. Hand-chopper 2. No lace Shoe 3. Smart Car Vending Machine 4. Umbrella tie 5. Umbrella shoes 6. Butter stick 7. Eyedropper funnel 8. 360 degree camera 9. Pocket tie 10. Tissue … More Craziest and Weirdest Japanese inventions

Snaps from Japan 

Published By: Hessa Meshar 27 December 2016 Mount Fuji Torii on Miyajima Rice Terraces Shibuya Crossing, Tokyo Subway Station, Tokyo Tsukiji Fish Market, Tokyo Breakfast, Tokyo Bamboo Forest, Arashiyama Whale Sharks, Okinawa  Geisha Portrait Azaleas in Bloom Japanese Macaques, Honshu New Year’s Rice Cakes Festival Float, Hirosaki Himeji-Jo Resources