Left in The Dark: Lack of support for sex workers during...

The media has covered the struggles of Japanese restaurants, bars and other service industries since the Covid-19 pandemic began in early 2020, but what...

Japan’s indigenous Ainu: Ongoing struggle for rights as Japan confronts issues...

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Long before the culture of the Ainu people took root in the lands of northern Japan during the 12th-13th century, tiny deities known as...

「米中戦争」をあおっていないか

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Ryota Kuriyama: Discovering Real Victory

Ryota Kuriyama couldn’t care less about winning or losing, let alone athletic competition. But he does believe in fair play, in recognizing effort, in...

“Foreigners are human beings, not objects to be controlled”

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Advocates condemn Japan’s harsh immigration laws, treatment of detainees In February this year, Wishma Sandamali wrote a letter pleading for help when she thought she...

Ten Years Later: Fukushima continues rebuilding after March 2011 disaster

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Residents remember and cautiously contemplate the future as parts of the region are still off-limits after a powerful earthquake triggered calamity. Ten years ago, Katsunobu Sakurai began...