With the regular season set to tip off next week, the team has already implemented an aggressive game plan with the goal of making a big splash in the Japanese market. They’ve launched a Japanese-language
Ramen fans, get ready: Michelin-starred ramen from Tokyo just officially landed in San Francisco. Tsuta quietly opened at the Metreon last week, and will be hosting a grand opening on Sunday, October Despite
Taketori Monogatari is a centuries-old Japanese tale of a girl who came to Earth from the moon. The story goes that she was found as a tiny baby inside a glowing bamboo stem by an elderly bamboo cutter.
“Our history is based in assimilation. It’s been good for us, but it’s also not been so good for us," Liu said. Musician Yoko Ono. Olympic Gold medal snowboarder Chloe Kim. Artist Yayoi Kusama. Those some
Dodgers manager Dave Roberts, who was heavily criticized in the aftermath of the club’s stunning season-ending loss to the Washington Nationals on Wednesday, will return next season, according to two with
The dual citizen has already begun the process of renouncing her U.S. citizenship. Naomi Osaka hopes to represent Japan at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. The tennis star, who has dual citizenship the
The Daikaya Group is opening its fourth D.C. ramen shop tonight, expanding to Navy Yard with a restaurant that will sell variations of Sapporo-style noodle bowls like tomato curry and red miso clam. Hatoba
Indie singer/songwriter Julien Baker broke out with her 2015 debut record Sprained Ankle, which Uproxx rated No. 66 in the best albums from this decade. Since then, the singer has been steadily releasing
As an actor, poet, athlete and mentor, Omari Hardwick is used to straddling multiple worlds at once. Who better than to portray Ghost on the Starz series ‘Power,’ a drug dealer who seeks a better life
LONDON (Reuters) - Alicia Vikander plays a murder suspect caught in a love triangle in “Earthquake Bird,” a thriller set in 1989 Tokyo in which the Oscar winner performs in English as well as Japanese.
Naomi Osaka has confirmed she will compete for Japan in the 2020 Summer Olympics, which will coincidentally be held in Tokyo. The 21-year-old tennis player was born in Japan, but she was raised in the