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Age of Samurai: Battle for Japan

Age of the Samurai “: Netflix Introduces Japanese Documentary Warrior Based on Producer’s Guide to The Dictator Netflix launches Age of Samurai: Battle for Japan, a documentary drama about the warring kingdoms of feudal Japan, which is described as a true Game of Thrones. The series is a co-production with the Smithsonian Institution in Canada, …

Tokyo Vice – The new HBO Max series for The Yakuza

Tokyo Vice chronicles the story of American journalist Jake Adelstein (Baby Driver’s Ansel Elgort), who traveled to Tokyo in the 1990s and worked as a reporter for a local newspaper. Jake is the team’s first foreigner, which makes life difficult for him. He also aspires to be a crime reporter, which adds to the challenge. …

Roppongi greatest bars and restaurants – Tokyo, Japan

The fantastic bars and pubs in Roppongi are a great way to get started before going clubbing. A frequent local habit is to start with one drink in a bar or pub and then head to the club. You won’t be heading to a crowded spot because most of these venues are locals’ hidden gems; …

Emperor of Japan

The Emperor of Japan is the country’s head of state. It is “the symbol of the state and the unification of the people,” according to the country’s 1947 constitution. He was also the most authoritative Shinto figure in the past. The emperor is known in Japan as Тenno, which means “heavenly sovereign.” The Emperor of …

Yakuza

Yakuza, sometimes known as gokud, are members of Japanese-based global organized criminal syndicates. The Japanese police and media refer to them as bryokudan at the behest of the police, but the yakuza refer to themselves as ninky dantai. The English counterpart of yakuza is gangster, which refers to a member of a Mafia-like criminal organization. …

Shimane Arts Center “Grand Toit” In Masuda, Japan

The Shimane Arts Center in Japan, designed by Architect Hiroshi Naito, is a nationally recognized building that was established in response to Shimane locals’ passionate desires for a facility in the Iwami Region that functions as both an art museum and a theater. The Grand Toit is a compound institution that includes a museum and …

The Former Kaichi School In Matsumoto, Japan

The former Kaichi School was built in 1876 and is a lovely school. Despite the fact that kids no longer attend the Former Kaichi School, the current Kaichi School is directly across the street. Kaichi School was the region’s first community school. Kaichi’s kanji literally means “opening people’s intelligence.” Prior to the establishment of this …

Yamanashi Fuefukigawa Fruit Park In Yamanashi

A dazzling display of light! The view from Fuefukigawa Fruit Park at night, which is one of Japan’s new three significant night sights. The Kofu Basin can be viewed at night from all of the park’s hills. Fruit Plaza is a 10-meter-high semi-circular glass dome with a 55-meter diameter and a 1,800-square-meter floor area. The …

Makuhari New City’s AEON Mall In Chiba, Japan

The mall opened in December 2013 as Aeon Complex’s flagship store and is Japan’s first LEED Gold certified shopping mall. Grand Mall, Pet Mall, Family Mall, and Active Mall are all part of Aeon Mall Makuhari New City. The mall opened in December 2013 as Aeon Complex’s flagship store and is Japan’s first LEED Gold …

Gunma Music Center In Takasaki,Japan

  The Gunma Music Center is a stunning example of modern Japanese design. It was designed by architect Antonin Raymond, one of Japan’s early Modernists, and built almost completely with donations from locals in 1961. In 2000, DoCoMoMo (an worldwide organization dedicated to preserving and documenting modern architecture) chose the Music Center as one of …