Kyoto, Japan Newswire (Page 4)

Kyoto, Japan Newswire (Page 4)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Kyoto, Japan. (Page 4)

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  1. Take on the samurai in Edo Period ToeiRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 13 | The Japan Times

    When my parents were young, action movies were about gunslingers, sheriffs and saloons. For my in-laws in Osaka, however, cinema was more about swords and samurai.

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  2. TAKAYAMARead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 12 | TrekEarth

    This photo was taken in the last day of my visit of Takayama from a hotel's roof. On the background you see the Sukyo Mahikari temple.

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  3. 2015 J-Pop Summit Lets Attendees Experience Japan and its Spirit of...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 12 | WebWire

    YANAKIKU, a Japanese vocal duo who performed wearing their 'KIMOCOS = Kimono meets Cosplay' and created a YANAKIKU sensation at J-POP SUMMIT 2014 are coming back to J-POP SUMMIT 2015! The 2015 J-POP SUMMIT , the Japanese pop culture event held annually in San Francisco, offers a fun and interactive experience of what it's like to travel to Japan as it announces the POP TRAVEL AREA . The 2015 J-POP SUMMIT takes places Saturday and Sunday August 8th & 9th at the historic Fort Mason Center in San Francisco's Marina district .

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  4. Jacksonville Beach papercut artist garners attention in Florida and beyondRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 12 | The Florida Times-Union

    ... when viewing a piece by Hiromi Mizugai Moneyhun, a Jacksonville Beach papercut artist who originally hails from Kyoto, Japan. Like thick, inked lines, her work conveys extraordinary detail - the outline of eyelashes, the fine tendrils of hair, the ...

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  5. High-quality soup stock at Kyoto's serious ramen shopRead the original story

    Friday Jun 12 | The Japan Times

    There are two ramen shops well worth visiting in the western outskirts of Kyoto. Distance-wise, they're only a five-minute walk apart, but judging by most other measures they are polar opposites.

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  6. Minimalist approach to traditional Japanese dining in Kyoto's Gion districtRead the original story

    Friday Jun 12 | The Japan Times

    I still find it amusing that so many chefs at high-end Japanese restaurants wear neckties beneath their white chef uniforms. It seems at odds with the temperature and temperament of a kitchen, but I suppose it's no more amusing or wondrous than the traditional chef's hat, that elaborate, elongated white crown worn more for marketing purposes than anything else.

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  7. Got Lots of Sun, Not Enough Water? There's a Solar Panel for YouRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 11 | The Washington Post

    For years, the technology was just a niche product. Now, with drought concerns growing in many places across the planet, it's showing signs of taking off.

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  8. Ford reflects on recent trade mission to JapanRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 6 | Weirton Daily Times

    Pat Ford, executive director of the Business Development Corp. of the Northern Panhandle, recently returned from Japan where he was part of a delegation celebrating 25 years of economic development initiatives between West Virginia and the Japanese people.

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  9. Yokota family urges Tokyo to do more for abducteesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 6 | NHK World

    Parents of a Japanese woman abducted by agents for North Korea nearly 40 years ago have called on leaders in Tokyo to do more to bring their daughter and other victims home. They say it is not enough for the government simply to accept a report on the matter from leaders in Pyongyang.

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  10. Japanese firm will expand Columbia-based U.S. headquarters, Hogan announcesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 5 | The Baltimore Sun

    Japanese firm Shimadzu Corp. plans to expand its U.S. headquarters in Columbia by investing $20 million in a new products research center, Gov. Larry Hogan announced Friday from Tokyo during a 12-day trade mission to Asia. The governor met with executives of Kyoto-based Shimadzu, which has operated a U.S. subsidiary, Shimadzu Scientific Instruments, in Columbia since 1975 that employs 200 people and offers sales and technical support through a U.S. network of 50 locations.

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  11. MomentumA Righteous NationRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 4 | American Reporter

    Stopping into the Misawa bookstore for a fun book to read as I prepared to travel for another 10 days, I spotted T.C. Boyle's newest book, The Women. T.C. is the father of my son's best friend.

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  12. Urban Zen: First look at starchitect Tadao Ando's NYC debutRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 3 | New York Post

    Sales at 152 Elizabeth St. - a glitzy condominium designed by Japanese starchitect Tadao Ando - will launch next week, The Post can exclusively reveal. This seven-unit, seven-story building located in Nolita not only marks the first Ando-designed property in New York City, but also his first residential project outside Asia.

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  13. Help planning a trip to Japan in JulyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 3 | Ask MetaFilter

    I have the opportunity to go to Tokyo in July for work. Help me decide where to go and what to do! I'll have two days after I arrive to travel, and then two days of work in Tokyo and another few days to travel before I go home.

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  14. Spanish Organizing Company Will Open OfficeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 3 | The Kyoto Shimbun News

    "Kyoto Smart City Expo 2015," an international trade fair held in Kansai Science City and other locations which is working toward efficient urban development with ICT, or information and communication technology, closed on May 22, after exhibiting the latest equipment and services. One accomplishment of the event was enhanced cooperation and interaction between corporations and local governments.

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  15. Craftsmen Making a Final Production PushRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 3 | The Kyoto Shimbun News

    Craftsmen at "Hiyoshia," a shop & production studio for "wagasa," or a traditional Japanese umbrella located in Horikawahigashi-iru, Teranouchi-dori, Kamigyo Ward, Kyoto, is now making their final push in production prior to the rainy season. The demand for customized "wagasa" with individual names or family crests has recently increased, and various patterns are emerging on colorful base umbrella papers in the studio.

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  16. Slow Travel, A New Trend Across The World.Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 3 | 4 Hoteliers

    Travel today is often frantic with tourists zipping from one attraction to the next in an effort to take in as much as possible before returning to even faster-paced realities of home, many contemporary travelers are fighting this cycle and embracing the ever-expanding concept of Slow Travel. Travel today is often frantic with tourists zipping from one attraction to the next in an effort to take in as much as possible before returning to even faster-paced realities of home.

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  17. Matcha know about that?: Traditional tea gets whirled, dusted, infused in U.S.Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 3 | The Advocate

    Associated Press photo by Damian Dovarganes -- Teavana barista Riaunna Durham prepares matcha tea at the new Teavana Fine Teas + Tea Bar in Beverly Hills, Calif. Riding the growing surge in U.S. tea consumption, sales have multiplied by more than five times since 1990, matcha is being hailed for its health benefits and sold everywhere from grocery stores to high-end tea rooms and restaurants.

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  18. Suggestions for Tokyo and Kyoto?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 3 | The Washington Post

    epa04771810 (01/19) Pedestrians walk along the Horikawa river near Modoribashi bridge in Kyoto, Japan, 17 April 2015. The area is believed to be a gateway between the human and spiritual realms and is located near Seimei shinto shrine, where the ...

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  19. Meeting your matcha: Hong Kong's best and coolest green tea cafesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 3 | South China Morning Post

    Hong Kong's obsession with all things matcha shows no sign of subsiding. Here's our pick of the spots to climb aboard the green-tea-powder bandwagon This 161-year-old family-owned brand has been the talking point of green tea lovers since it arrived in the city last month.

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  20. Pok mon inspires love of Japanese cultureRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 3 | The Falcon

    Like Ash Ketchum, Seattle Pacific senior Ryan Daley is on a journey-searching far and wide, traveling across the land. Seven years ago, Daley's family did a homestay in Tokyo.

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