Art can enlighten, confer, challenge, provoke. Sometimes it can transform a whole community. A clear illustration of this statement is the 5.5 square-mile island of Naoshima, located in the Inland Sea of Japan.
At one time, Mitsubishi’s metal recycling plant was the largest employer in Naosima. In fact, it is still the largest employer – just not as big as it once was. Continue reading
In this article we will tell you about four small customs that are very useful for tourists who know Japan to travel before starting a trip. The fact is that the number of foreign visitors in Japan is growing every year, and with it the likelihood of intercultural misunderstandings and misunderstandings in communication between tourists and the Japanese themselves increases. Continue reading
According to many, spring is the queen of the seasons. You can feel it here in Japan, going on a journey through the most beautiful parks and gardens of the country, dotted with various seasonal flowers. Despite the fact that sakura flowers are associated with spring in Japan, there are other equally beautiful spring flowers. One of these colors that attracts our attention is the tulip! Continue reading