it's a random list of places people never thought to visit.
Unbelievable what they have done. Apparently they had a lavish event in Davos the night before the announcement and they hired Sting to play for them. It cost like $500,000 for a private show from ...
Now imagine if he had to be impeached by a house of representatives from the same party and only then put on a political trial in the senate before being arrested. Silly, right? Yet the us requires ...
@GBR48 Agreed about the NFT's. They hold no real intrinsic value. They can literally become worthless based solely on public perception. A lottery wpuld have been a much better option. Personally, I ...
Yes, but I still don't think alternative theories are given the same priority as the dark matter paradigm.
"I think 'dagashi' is a part of Japan's ingrained culture." The appeal of "dagashi" is its low price. However, if the price of dagashi goes up due to rising prices, what used to be called "dagashi" ...
Japan's electric scooter users will no longer require a driver's license from July, though minors under 16 will be banned from riding them, the National Police Agency said Thursday. The new rules ...
A Japanese company has defended its ownership of Van Gogh's "Sunflowers", obtained at auction in 1987, after the family of its former owner filed a US lawsuit demanding its return. The artwork -- one ...
Kunihiro Seto, an associate professor of sports culture at Tottori University. Recently, university students have been shying away from cheer squads due to the intense coaching and rigorous training ...
A 90-year-old woman was found beaten to death at her home in Komae, Tokyo, on Thursday. Kinuyo Oshio was found by police and members of her family in the basement of the three-story house at around ...
Tattoos are becoming increasingly popular across the world, however, this may not be the case in Japan. Aside from normal Japanese politeness, tourists with tattoos should be cautious of potential ...
You'd think that with 100 trillion neutrinos passing through our bodies every second, Scientists would be able to catch at least one of them.