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I’m glad to have enjoyed a both the Yoshida brand wines and a glimpse into the world of traditionally brewed saké. Continue reading
Size isn’t everything. Well, at least not when it comes to horns. Speed and cunning are good too. Which is slight digression from opera, but you were warned. Continue reading
I rented a portable, secure WiFi router from Japan Wireless. That meant I had more reliable and secure WiFi than hotels or cafes provide. Continue reading
The central subject of MoshiMoshi Nippon #18 is Tokyo-Ginki, the silver craft of Kazuo Kamikawa, a 10th-generation silver artisan who inherited the name “Sosho” from his father. Continue reading
Tokuyama’s breakthrough with Rice Power Extracts is a thoroughly modern biotech phenomenon backed up by rigorous science. Continue reading
Japan and the Culture of the Four Seasons is an enlightening read for anyone with a deep interest in Japan. Continue reading
Based on the idea of continuous betterment, the Kaizen method invites workers and management to cooperate in order to improve conditions and productivity in the workplace. Continue reading
Love him or loathe him, Svend Robinson left his mark on Canadian history in remarkable and indelible ways. Continue reading
Readers who love this book will be ones who love the suspense of a stakeout. Anything might happen Continue reading
The Prisoner of Snowflake Falls (Orca Books) will launch at Vancouver Kids’ Books on Wednesday, April 25, 2012 at 7:00 PM. The Prisoner of Snowflake Falls is a book rich with simple complexities and deadpan one-liners that brilliant comics will … Continue reading