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What’s the big fuss about happiness? In his latest book, clinical psychologist Scott Haas breaks down the Japanese secret to being content.
After a 15-hour flight from the United States, Scott Haas found himself stranded at Narita International Airport.
In African Samurai, Thomas Lockley reveals the incredible story of a captive’s rise to warrior.
Nobunaga called for water and a brush. He commanded his guest…to strip to the waist.
Ahead of next year’s Tokyo Olympics, a new book examines the legacy of the city’s 1964 Summer Games.
I have a photograph of my father with his colleagues from NBC, which broadcasted the 1964 Tokyo Olympics to the United States. Hanging out in their temporary office, they’re all wearing surgical masks—clearly something they must have seen a lot of in Tokyo back then.
Award-winning author Sayaka Murata talks reaching—and surprising—readers across cultural divides.
"They say I write literary fiction overseas,” says Sayaka Murata. “At an event in New York, someone taught me the term ‘speculative fiction.’ A college student in Iowa called Convenience Store Woman a science-fiction novel.”