June 12, 2024 8:53 PM

Japanese

Portland Japanese Garden To Open $33.5M Cultural Village Expansion

The Portland Japanese Garden, together with famed architect Kengo Kuma and master garden craftsman Sadafumi Uchiyama, will launch its $33.5M Cultural Village expansion on April 2 not only to accommodate new spaces for tourists but also to boost immersive experiences for visitors in the traditional Japanese arts and culture.

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Capsule-Shaped Hotel Room Lets Sleeping People Drift To An Island

In a Dutch-themed park in Nagasaki Sasebo, it seemed like it's possible to sleep in a capsule and wake up the next morning in an all-attraction island. Huis Ten Bosch will be developing a new feature where hotel guests can stay in a two-storey sphere capsule drifting to another park.

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Japan Strikes Again With Funny Signs To Help Confused Tourists

Language and signs are the number one problem tourists have when visiting another country. So, to assist confused foreign travelers to get around Japan, the government made 26 practical, yet, funny signs to help tourists feel more welcomed.

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Five Best Vegan Restaurants in Los Angeles

Discover 5 of the best vegan restaurants in Los Angeles.

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A Rare Vegan Restaurant In Meat Loving Mexico

Discover 'Los Loosers' the vegan restaurant in meat crazy Mexico.

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Tokyo 2020 Olympic Medals To Be Made Out Of Old Cellphones

Future winners of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics will stop biting their medals to see if they are gold as organizers of the event announced that medals will now be made out of recycled metals from old cell phones.

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Inemuri: The Trend of Public Snoozing In Japan

The Japanese work force has been repeatedly being challenged by the lack of sleep after clocking in more than 90 hours of work every week. Known as the Inemuri, could the art of urban napping be the solution to this problem?

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Five Of The Most Difficult Languages You'll Ever Learn

Learning a different language sure is hard enough to make your nose bleed. In the positive side, being able to speak different languages is very beneficial may it be for business, traveling or even just for engaging with people all over the world. This article discusses about five languages that are said to be the most difficult to learn.

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Japanese Travel Agency Takes Stuffed Toys On Tours (VIDEO)

If you can't travel yourself, why not send a stuffed animal instead?

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