Project HOPE is bringing together artists and storytellers around the world as they take a travelling T-shirt—and you—around their cities.
Japanese mask shop Kamenya Omote is paying people close to $400 to use their face to 3D-print lifelike masks.
No need to fly to Japan.
Not your regular Magic Kingdom.
Giving a whole new meaning to “an office with a view.”
He attended online and in-person classes under a registered student's name and went completely undetected for nearly an entire semester.
Staff stand by the entrance to welcome guests with a pencil and paper in hand.
Some Japanese residents reported that wearing masks to prevent the coronavirus spread has made it harder to deal with the extreme heat.
It solves problems many people have with restrooms.
Flight number JL123 was seen approaching a Tokyo airport, just a few days before the anniversary of its catastrophic crash.
From online trolls to controversy over biracial celebrities, Japan's track record on race, like most countries', isn't perfect—but some hope that's beginning to change.
From sofas to vegan ramen: they’ve got it.