Bold and innovative Pan Asian food delights the senses in Vancouver’s new Main Street hot spot.
The nations of the Pacific Rim have a rich history of producing films that are recognized and beloved around the world.
The blending of Japanese comfort food and Western cuisine results in an innovative culinary adventure for Vancouver diners.
With short recruitment periods and a strict etiquette to follow for young Japanese people looking for work, the job hunt can be a stressful period in their life and can even lead to thoughts of suicide.
Vancouver audiences welcome experimental plays by local Japanese theatre companies.
Fears of radioactive contamination remain as Fukushima attempts to rebuild.
Cosplay – the act of dressing up as a character from popular culture – has worldwide popularity.
A cinematic mystery uncovered.
Local sake expert challenges conventional sake production.
Troublesome foreign species wash into West Coast waters.
Historic Joy Kogawa House builds community through its writer-in-residence program.
Discovering Japanese indie music.
The art of Japanese crochet: Amigurumi.
Japan 2012: one year after the disaster and the clean-up effort continues.
Uncovering the pivotal role of the Japanese in B.C.’s logging industry.
An ancient art form through a modern lens.
Numata and Port Hardy: a tale of two towns and their kinship.
Paper cranes for peace.
A brief history of Japanese samurai warriors.
More than just a sweet treat.