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A National Treasure Rises From the Ashes

Nagoya Castle is probably the most visited tourist attraction in this city, though over the years many people have criticized the castle for it’s...

Big in Japan: Tony Torres

If there are still modern renaissance men (in Japan), Tony would be their leader. Take one part Puerto Rican, one part mad cyclist/foodie, pepper...

The Battle of Sekigahara

October 21st, 1600 marks one of, nay, arguably THE most important battle in Japanese history. This event led to the eventual end of the...

Saidaiji Hadaka Matsuri–Naked Man Festival

The Saidaiji Naked Men Festival is widely considered to be one of Japan’s strangest matsuri. Each year in February, roughly 10,000 men sign up...

Big in Japan – Stephen Carter

Many people come to Japan with the expectation of staying only for a short time, and many do go back home or move to...

CP+ 2018 Visual Walkthrough

Good morning, everyone! It’s another beautiful day here in Yokohama, and as this year’s world premier show for camera and photographic imaging technology is slowly...

CP+ 2018 Video Impressions (featuring Fujifilm X-H1)

The first day was jam-packed with a lot of interesting insights into the newest cameras by Sony, Fujifilm, and Canon.  We had a chance...

Checking Out The Latest Camera Tech at CP+ 2018

Japan is synonymous with technology, so it’s no surprise that one of the biggest camera and imaging tech shows in Asia is held every...

Iaido–The Ancient Art of Swordsmanship Entering a New Age

For those who have never heard the word, Iaido is a Japanese martial art which trains you, in both body and mind, how to...

Behind the Lens: Kyoto Photo Walk with Trey Ratcliff

Japan is an amazing place for stories and endless photo opportunities. So with all there is to do and see, we at Japan Daily...