Loan services could be set to disappear with organisations now running dangerously low on stock.
While men are understandably drawn to it, it’s women who are said to benefit the most from worshipping here.
And the process it uses to color them isn’t what you might expect.
There’s no better way to look after the roads than with built-in protection from one of Japan’s most revered deities.
Unlike yours truly, Japan looks even better in super high def.
Culturally cool tenugui let you show your love of Eva Units, kaiji, and your favorite Japanese prefecture all at once.
Seattle-based chain adapts to Kyoto style with summertime seats that offer a taste of traditional culture as you sip your coffee.
Can you see yourself in any of these annoying customer profiles?
Now you can practice your master swordsmanship skills with chopsticks and a miniature ceramic opponent.
With rules regarding everything from tea to elevators, some new employees think it’s all too much.
Centuries-old earthenware plate gets a special assist from a kitty in becoming an ultra-rare, ultra-cute antique.
Tradition and community are great, but there’s one more thing this Nagano celebration gets a boost from.
Less income means less desire and less money to spend on major life events.
Traditionally given as engagement gifts, this art form goes back for centuries, and even today is perfect for when a simple card just won’t do!
Plans to use traditional Japanese kintsugi techniques to make them look as good as new, or perhaps even better.
Follow-up interviews to the dramatic Marriage Market Takeover documentary shed light on the beliefs of China’s “Leftover Women” and their parents’ eroding difficulties in accepting them.
One of the Meiji Period’s most prolific artists painted more cats than you might have expected.
The obvious answer would seem to be “No,” but our Japanese-language reporter has a unique alternate perspective.
The Osaka area’s Kansai Electric Power Company, also known as KEPCO, has recently released a new commercial that’s a nostalgia-inducing picture-walk through the last 65 years of life in Japan.
Paper-based media alone not traditional enough for you? Try pairing it with these.