Kamikatsu: The Incredible Japanese Town With No Waste
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Why Is This Japanese Island Full of Rabbits?
The Japanese island of Okunoshima is inhabited almost exclusively by tame rabbits, and there are many legends and stories attempting to explain the origins of this very peculiar place.
12 Reasons Japanese Bathrooms Are the Best!
This little Japanese girl is going to surprise you, a lot. She'll do it by sweetly introducing you to her bathroom. A Japanese bathroom has has a lot of thought put into it, see some of the innovations and ideas they've come up with.
These Japanese Truck Gardens Are Absolutely Stunning!
However, as these Japanese landscapers prove, anything is possible with a little creativity and imagination. The annual Kei Truck Garden Contest brings gardens to the people. Kei trucks are tiny flatbed trucks that are often used in the construction and landscaping industries.
What the Japanese Thought of the First European Explorers
This video shows how Japanese historians described the first contact with Europeans, and it’s curious, to say the least!
This Japanese Artist Finds the Sublime in the Mundane
Chie Hitosuyama is a very patient and incredibly talented young Japanese artist and sculptor, who’s work startled and amazed me when I first set eyes on it. Work of this quality is so rare that I had to share these images and short video with the world.
14 Famous Things Invented by the Japanese
The Japanese are some of the most creative people in the world. Take a quick look around you and won’t be surprised to find that many of the things that you use daily were invented by them. Below you’ll find 14 things that we bet you didn’t know were originally invented by the Japanese. 1.
7 Japanese Secrets to Staying Slim and Healthy!
Here are the 7 key habits that keep the Japanese going, as pointed out in Naomi Moriyama’s aptly titled book “Japanese Women Don’t Get Old or Fat”. 1.
This Japanese Artist Combines Painting and Sculpture...
Shintaro Ohata is a Japanese artist who has the knack of cleverly combining sculpture and canvas, creating unique effects. Ohata draws his inspiration from movies and everyday life and immerses the viewer in his 2D/3D work of art.
How to Distinguish between Chinese, Korean, and Japanese!
Is Japanese written with Chinese characters? To many Westerners, it’s impossible to distinguish between the three languages on paper. However, after reading this post, you should have no issues telling Chinese, Japanese, and Korean apart.
Let These Japanese Girls Amaze You With Their Dance
This Japanese girl dancing troupe is called "Fabulous Sisters" and they wowed just about everyone at the talent show "Asia's Got Talent". Watch as they move in such incredible speeds my joints ache just watching.
This Japanese Tradition Takes Art to a New Level!
A time-lapse video of last year's Wara Japanese Festival: Images Related Articles: Gerard Brion's Incredible Miniature Paris Stefan Bleekrode, an Artist Who Draws from Memory This Unbelievable Dollhouse Costs $8.5 Million An Indian Artist Has Made the World's Tallest Bird Statue Rice Straw Is Used to
Japanese Artist Creates Masterpieces With Fruits & Veggies
Gaku, the talented mind and hands behind these incredible creations, practices a traditional Japanese art form of fruit and vegetable carving , Mukimono. The word translates literally to “stripped product”, and is named for the intricate patterns and designs inscribed on these delicious canvases .
Lose Weight by Using This Japanese Breathing Technique
The long-breath diet was discovered by Japanese actor Miki Ryosuke, who used his accidental exercise to lose 28 lbs. (and 5 inches around the waist!) in a mere 50 days.
When It Comes to Cute Food, the Japanese Know Best!
The Japanese have long since established themselves as experts of cute. In fact, when it comes down to food, they can make it so ridiculously adorable, that you will feel guilty after you have eaten it. Below you’ll find a selection of extremely cute Japanese sweets that you won’t want to eat… 1.
The Health Benefits of the Japanese Matcha Green Tea
If you’d like to add one of these green teas to your daily diet, then consider the Japanese Matcha, which is available in green powdered form in most health food stores.
Watch This Man Turn a Rusted Chain Into a Japanese Sword
To say that we envy this man's talent and skill barely scratches the surface of what we felt as we watched him take an old rusted chain and turn it into a stunning Japanese katana! Watch and marvel at this incredible transformation in the video below.
Funny Joke: A German, Japanese and Italian Get Captured...
It was 1943 during WWII, and an Italian officer, an imperial Japanese officer and a German officer got captured. They all sit in a cell and wait to be interrogated by the Allies. The German says: "My superior genetics will let me withstand every torture! I won't tell them anything!"
13 Awesome Japanese Inventions That Help Make Life Easier
The Japanese are known to be some of the most creative people in the world and are famed for coming up with some truly ingenious inventions every now and then. History is replete with examples of the awesome things that were invented by the Japanese – from the bullet train to the cycle.
How Did This Japanese Woman Teach Her Dog to Whisper?
Titled “Soft Dog”, it’s taken from a Japanese TV show, and even the hosts of the show went crazy when they watched it. How Did This Japanese Woman Teach Her Dog to Whisper?
16 Wonderful Japanese Ideas We Should All Start Copying
Subway Station Codes The Japanese writing system is notoriously complicated. They use two native writing systems (hiragana and katakana) alongside traditional Chinese Kanji symbols and the Latin alphabet.
The Brilliant Japanese Zip Bags!
The Brilliant Japanese Zip Bags! innovation, fashion A brilliant idea for handy bags!
The Beautiful Japanese Art of Mending with Gold
This ancient Japanese art form has a beautiful and inspiring message. Kintsugi is an ancient art of mending broken pottery with gold, and its philosophy is that, by embracing flaws and imperfections, the artist creates an even stronger, more beautiful, and more unique piece of art.
Japanese Dancers Already Ready for 2020!
One of many bids for performing on the 2020 Japanese olympics opening performances, here's is Enra's FUMA-KAI! Japanese Dancers Already Ready for 2020! performance, dance, Japan Japanese Dancers Getting Ready for Olympics!