Editor's Pick: New Exhibition Teaches Way of the Samurai

Editor's Pick: New Exhibition Teaches Way of the Samurai

The new exhibition at CHON de l’art showcases an extremely rare sword, made specifically for Shogun Tokugawa Lemochi, the ruler of all of Japan from 1858 to 1866. Skilled Vietnamese blacksmiths demonstrate how to make the deadly blades.
Tokyo-Based First Ever Vietnamese Rock Band KURROCK with Dream to The World

Tokyo-Based First Ever Vietnamese Rock Band KURROCK with Dream to The World

Explore the youthful energy of Vietnamese-Japanese rock music in an exclusive interview with Kurrock, a Tokyo-based Vietnamese rock band.
Concert Series: Blowing the Horn in Hanoi

Concert Series: Blowing the Horn in Hanoi

A Japanese trumpeter hopes his love of brass instruments will be reciprocated in Vietnam.
'Japanese Rapunzel' with 6ft 3in hair hasn't been cut for 15 years

'Japanese Rapunzel' with 6ft 3in hair hasn't been cut for 15 years

Rin Kambe's hair measures 6ft 3in after she let it grow for 15 years, having not had a haircut since she was 20.
Japanese artist makes her creations on plain bread, using edible ingredients

Japanese artist makes her creations on plain bread, using edible ingredients

Japanese artist Manami Sasaki has been making the most of isolation during the state of emergency by getting creative with an unconventional medium: bread, The Japan Times reported.
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