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Exploring ESG and SDGs Through Everyday Life in Japan

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A Journey Through Time and Culture

Travel in Time - and Stay There (April 2024)

Embark on a captivating journey through time, exploring the past, present, and future of Japan. Discover the secrets of time travel and the possibilities that lie ahead.

Roots and Modern Gems (November 2022)

Delve into the rich history and vibrant culture of Okinawa, from its ancient roots to its modern marvels. Uncover the island's unique traditions and contemporary treasures.

The Way Forward (July 2022)

Explore the critical issue of ocean conservation and discover innovative solutions for protecting our precious marine ecosystems. Learn about the challenges and opportunities for a sustainable future.

Art Festivals for Fun and Future (May 2022)

Immerse yourself in the world of art through captivating festivals that celebrate creativity and inspire change. Discover the power of art to connect communities and shape a brighter future.

The Old Spirit of Making Things Renewed (March 2022)

Embrace the Japanese concept of "Mottainai," a philosophy of珍惜 and resourcefulness. Learn how to reduce waste and give new life to old things, promoting a more sustainable lifestyle.

Preserving Past for Future (February 2022)

Explore the architectural wonders of Japan, from ancient temples to modern masterpieces. Discover the importance of preserving our cultural heritage for future generations.

Next Leaps for All Humankind (January 2022)

Look ahead to the future and explore the exciting advancements in technology, science, and society. Discover the potential for positive change and the challenges that lie ahead.

The Culture of the Ainu (November 2021)

Celebrate the rich culture and traditions of the Ainu people, an indigenous group in Japan. Learn about their unique history, language, and customs.

On Wood and Its Ties to Our Lives (July 2021)

Explore the profound connection between wood and Japanese culture. Discover the significance of wood in architecture, crafts, and everyday life.

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