Foot bath - Japan Today

Foot bath - Japan Today

Foot bath - Japan Today

Foot bath - Japan Today

Hot streets - Japan Today

Hot streets - Japan Today

have you ever heard of an air cruise ship before? Is an air cruise ship even a possibility?

What is Collaborative Filtering?

February 8, 2014- This is the inuyama matsuri in Aichi, Japan.  It is one of the spring festivals that occurs during the spring time in Japan.  Today, I went to a Japanese spring festival here in CA and it wasn't as fancy as this one but I learned a lot of interesting information about the Japanese culture through it.

In Inuyama, a town not far from Nagoya. This shot was taken near the castle, the day of Inuyama Matsuri, held during the priod of cherry tree blossom. There was plenty of lanterns, suspended to chariots.

Akasaka-mitsuke: A quirky blend of old Edo and modern Tokyo - Japan Today

Akasaka-mitsuke: A quirky blend of old Edo and modern Tokyo - Japan Today

NY Times says Trump campaign team had repeated contact with Russian intelligence ‹ Japan Today: Japan News and Discussion

NY Times says Trump campaign team had repeated contact with Russian intelligence

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Japan Historical Map - click the map - huge file, takes a few moments but worth it

Gunma’s great outdoors—summer fun options at Minakami - Japan Today

Gunma’s great outdoors—summer fun options at Minakami - Japan Today

BOJ blames Japan's unique labor practice for low wages, inflation - Japan Today

BOJ blames Japan's unique labor practice for low wages, inflation - Japan Today

The ancient cultural traditions of Hawaii live on in the Hula. The dance is taught and performed today all around the world, including Japan, France,  #hula #hawaii #aloha

The ancient cultural traditions of Hawaii live on in the Hula. The dance is taught and performed today all around the world, including Japan, France, Germany and Mexico.

Japan Today (1946)

Japan Today (1946)

2 of the 5 Tayu left in Japan. Tayu is the highest rank of Oiran, Japan's traditional "escorts"

Two of the five Tayuu left in Japan. Tayuu were the highest ranking courtesans or yujo (woman of pleasure) in the Shimabara pleasure quarters of Kyoto. These ladies dress up and role play as Tayuu.

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