Vantan High School tries to get ahead of the increasing use of drones and robotics in industry and may have become the coolest high school in Japan as a result.
It’s in both English and Japanese, so no language prerequisites here!
Appreciate it while it lasts, because it won’t last long, say those who agree.
Do Re Mi Day is celebrated on 24 June and our resident musical expert K. Nagahashi would like to remind everyone that there’s no better time to obtain perfect pitch than the present.
”Make your parents cry” may not have been the assignment, but it was definitely the result of this important lesson.
Vocaloid pioneer to be featured in high school music text going into use next year.
This month Osaka Prefectural Police pressed charges against a 16-year-old boy for a first-of-its-kind cyber attack in Japan.
Explanation of what kind of person would love the job subtly tells readers that a lot of people would absolutely hate it.
Everyone in Japan has been talking about the character, and now her owners are too.
Internet users offer counterpoints that suggest disgruntled high school student may, in fact, not know everything.
Labels the country’s schools as stifling “salaryman training facilities.”
Some universities try to recruit students by telling them about all the fun they’ll have there, but not this Tokyo institute of higher learning.
Impressed with Japan’s ability to quickly rebuild after the Second World War, some educators in Iraq are looking to instill similar values in their own youth.
Daigo Umehara may be famous for playing video game Street Fighter as Evil Ryu, but he just did a very good deed.
If a notebook costs 100 yen, 20 yen cheaper than a pencil case, then how much is an eraser?
From fashion to extracurricular activities, the lives of an American colleges students are an ocean apart from their counterparts in Japan.
Multiple choice tests were already annoying enough; let’s see the Scantron machine scan this answer sheet.
When a fight broke out between the students of an Aichi elementary school class, their homeroom teacher tried to defuse the situation by imparting some wisdom. You see, kids, “naked men don’t make money, but naked women do…”
Students who add and multiply with the numbers in the ‘wrong’ order are getting their answers marked as incorrect? Japanese net users weigh in.