Living together before marriage is becoming more common in Japan, but this poll suggests there’s still a big gap between how men and women feel about it.
Appreciate it while it lasts, because it won’t last long, say those who agree.
Infographic argues that today’s youth really isn’t so different from the pre-smartphone generation.
Apparently people in Japan are finding it harder and harder not to assault their friendly neighborhood train station staff as incidents of assault are on the rise.
With rules regarding everything from tea to elevators, some new employees think it’s all too much.
Interviews on the street in Japan get some very interesting results.
Less income means less desire and less money to spend on major life events.
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.
Wait, you mean some women can’t cook?
Internet users offer counterpoints that suggest disgruntled high school student may, in fact, not know everything.
How many Japanese passerby return the lost wallet to its owner?
Unless your definition of “almost none” is “enough to get a side job.” Then go right ahead.
Is it worse to be called lazy or smelly?
Apparently, some Japanese men really don’t like to eat alone in public. But are they simply too shy, or is there something else going on?
With one of the lowest birth rates in the world, activists in Singapore are using clever advertising campaigns and humor to try to trigger a baby boom.
South Korea is a popular travel destination adored by many, but a recent survey suggests that almost 80 percent of its citizens want out. Why?
Japanese blogger and internationalist Madame Riri explores five prejudices and misconceptions foreign male-Japanese female couples experience in Japan.