I have visited Japan three times now and each time I've researched an exhaustive itinerary of cute, crafty and creative places to visit. You’ll find individual posts on my favourite shops and sight...

I have visited Japan three times now and each time I’ve researched an exhaustive itinerary of cute, crafty and creative places to visit. You’ll find individual posts on my favourite shops and…

The New York Times columnist and host of Cooking Channel’s “The Minimalist” released his latest book, “VB6,” showing people how to follow his part-time #vegan path.

Mark Bittman says you can be a part-time vegan

The Boston Symphony Orchestra announced its new season, which will include Britten’s “War Requiem.” The BSO will also travel to China and Japan, the orchestra’s first international tour since

Hetalia - USxUK see France helps the ship hahaha I love the btt so much Now I have another reason. And Japan might as well be our fandom

Hetalia - USxUK see France helps the ship hahaha and Japan might as well be our fandom. (I don't even ship usuk but this is hilarious)

Izumi Kogahara - The Time is Now

Izumi Kogahara (b. Utsunomiya, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan) - At That Time Now, 2013 Drawings

Cherry Blossoms Line, Keage Incline (Lake Biwa Canal) at night, Kyoto, Japan                                                                                                                                                      More

Profitez d’un peu de sérénité en contemplant ces cerisiers en fleur marquant le renouveau du printemps au Japon

Battleship island in Japan. The entire island housed 3x what it should have, and managed it by putting them in obscenely crowded apartments like this. Now, the entire island is abandoned, and is restricted to the public. These derelict sky-scraping ghettos fall without an ear to hear them.

Abandoned Battleship Island, Japan housed what it should have with obscenely crowded apartments like this. Now, entire island is abandoned & restricted to the public. These derelict sky-scraping ghettos fall without an ear to hear them.

Guide to self-studying Japanese effectively: http://japanesetest4you.com/blog/is-it-possible-to-self-study-japanese/

"-- Bakura Ryo-Chan, (See: Yu-Gi-Oh! A few times now, just from hearing it so much, I've almoste said aloud "su mi ma sen" when manuvering past people.

Translation : China : KIKU HONDA, GO CUT YOUR HAIR RIGHT NOW!!! Japan : I'LL DEAL WITH IT MYSELF!

last panel text - China: "Honda Kiku! i command you to cut off your hair!

THAT REMINDS ME. WE WE'RE LEARNING ABOUT THE GUATEMALAN EARTHQUAKE AND THERE WAS A PILLAR THAT JUST WOULDN'T BREAK.

I can't really bring myself to laugh but I do completely wonder. I think that's the arch to heaven or something! --It's a surprisingly well made arch.

Hashima Island, Japan  | Hashima used to be a coal producing island and at one time had the highest population density in the world. There are a number of documentaries on it. Nature is now reclaiming it amazingly quickly!

10 of the World's Most Scariest Places to Visit - Hashima Island, Japan ^scary? Try beautiful!

Do you have time now? >> Master3Languages - Korean, Japanese, English

‘Do you have time now?’ in Korean and Japanese How would you ask your Korean or Japanese friends if they are free? Do you know how to say ‘Do you have time now?’ in Korean and Japanese?

This is the most famous shelved rice terrace in Japan. It is in the southern Kyushu region, Saga prefecture, Genkai town. Late seasonal rains allow the this area to begin planting later than other regions thus giving the sun time to align with the field. The region itself is exceptionally rural with few attractions so aside from photographers, it is rarely graced by tourists. I was about a week late in shooting this, the rice is poking through, so this spot will be in my hunt next year as…

Japanese Rice Terraces Resemble Broken Mirrors

"Sole Reflection" Lorca Shoebox inspiration: Looks like broken mirrors are creating this landscape view. -- Japanese rice terraces by photographer Jason Arney.

TIL how to make quick multiplication computations for big numbers, using a grid - Imgur

TIL how to make quick multiplication computations for big numbers, using a grid

math: Fun math trick and a visual representation of multiplication that actually makes sense and goes pretty quickly (aka students don't have to draw 25 groups of

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