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Google Japan: google jp: google co jp: Japan News, Tsunami, YouTube Video, Maps
Google Japan homepage is offered in Japanese. It has search, news, maps, images, YouTube and Gmail links. Japan often has earthquakes & tsunami: facts about Japan & tourism.....
My Dream List to See in Japan
Just a list of my favorite things I want to do in Japan. I'm going to make the most out of this year and hopefully this dream will be realized ;)
Japan ~ The Land of the Rising Sun
Okinawa ~ nearer to China yet undoubtedly Japanese. The Ryukyu Islands are a fascinating area to visit. The way of life and the unique Culture is more than just Japanese.
Outsider art from Japan Published by WBOOKS - Book Review
Outsider Art from Japan, published by WBOOKS, presents the work of 46 Japanese artists. None have had formal training. All have a psychiatric or intellectual disorder.
Wellcome Collection Presents Souzou: Outsider Art from Japan
More than 300 examples of Outsider art from Japan are on display at the Wellcome Collection, London.
Japan and radiation after Fukushima according to Benjamin Fulford
Benjamin Fulford is an outspoken conspiracy theorist, author and former writer for Forbes magazine. He lives in Japan and has had a lot to say about the Fukushima disaster.
Japanese Friendship Dolls: 1927 Ambassador Doll Exchange Program Between Japan and the United States
Dr. Sidney Gulick began the exchange of friendship dolls between Japan and the United States. The toy-sized U.S. doll is blue-eyed while the Japanese doll is child-sized.
Bathing Habits in Japan and Europe
Cultural particularities concerning bath taking of two different cultures, Japan and Europe.
Japanese Cherry Blossom Hanami Parties
Photos of the amazing Cherry Blossom blooms in Japan
This is a review of Sahratia in Okinawa, a book about how a Western child, born in Naha City, Okinawa, Japan learns about the world around her and fits into the culture of her home
Naha City ~ Gateway to the Ryukyu Islands
An introduction to Naha City. Here we enjoy the Naha Festival and one of the Gardens in this friendly city. Small and clean, friendly and honest, this to me epitomises Japan.
Our Emotions; where they take us; what can we do to change our moods.
This is another letter from my daughter, Penny van Heerden, in Okinawa, Japan. It deals with how her daughter, Sahratia, aka Shisa, which is Lion Dog in Japanese, inspires her.