Four Brave American Airmen Were Brutally Butchered for Cannibalistic Purposes in the Gruesome Chichijima incident
The Chichijima Incident, also known as the "Murasaki" incident, was a real historical event that occurred during World War II in which American airmen were captured by the Japanese and killed.
Hillary Clinton headed to the White House — for the arts
"[These artists] invite us to join a conversation with the world, to step beyond the limits of our imagination.”. Hillary was back at the White House — just maybe not in the way she would've originally preferred.
Peter Michael Dowd On "Mr. Jimmy," Led Zeppelin, Japan & More - "Paltrocast" Exclusive
Mr. Jimmy -- as premiered at the SXSW Film Festival and screened at the Nashville Film Festival, Buenos Aires International Film Festival, São Paolo International Film Festival and Rotterdam International Film Festival alike -- was released to U.S. theaters earlier this month. The movie was produced, directed and edited by filmmaker Peter Michael Dowd (The King Of Size), who spent nearly eight years bringing the story of "Mr. Jimmy" to life, leading Dowd to take countless trips to Japan.
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Jake Shimabukuro On Ukelele, Jimmy Buffett, "Grateful" & More - "Paltrocast" Exclusive
Over the past two decades, Jake Shimabukuro has proved that there is not a style of music that he can’t play. While versatility for any musician is impressive, Shimabukuro showcases his transcendent skills as he explores his seemingly limitless vocabulary – including jazz, rock, blues, bluegrass, folk, oand even classical – on perhaps the unlikeliest of instruments: the ukulele. Called “one of the hottest axemen of the past few years [who] doesn’t actually play guitar” (Rolling Stone), Shimabukuro has become one of the most exceptional and innovative ukulele players in the history of the instrument, an artist who has drawn comparisons to musical titans Jimi Hendrix and Miles Davis alike.
4.4 Earthquake Strikes ESE of Tomiaka, Japan
Title: 4.4 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Near Tomioka, Japan. In the early morning hours of September 5th, 2023, a 4.4 magnitude earthquake rocked the region near Tomioka, Japan. The seismic event, which occurred at 6:12 am local time, originated approximately 72km (44.7 miles) east-southeast of Tomioka, at a depth of 35km (21.7 miles).
How Japan Is About To Affect The Seafood Industry In Asia
Japan's regional fishing industry was hit with a seafood import suspension from China following Tokoyo Electric Power's release of wastewater into the Pacific Ocean from the crumbling Fukishima Daiichi nuclear power plant, sparking fears that the radioactive waste would regionally affect edible seafood imports and pollute the ocean and its marine life.
Deep 4.6 Earthquake Strikes WNW of Kushiro, Japan
Title: Deep 4.6 Magnitude Earthquake Shakes Kushiro, Japan. Shortly after midnight on September 3, 2023, a deep 4.6 magnitude earthquake jolted the region of Kushiro, Japan. The epicenter was located 12 kilometers (7.5 miles) West-Northwest of the city, at a depth of 104.61 kilometers (64.99 miles). The seismic event occurred precisely at 12:03 am local time, leaving the residents startled and concerned.
Former Chicago Mayor Consumes Fukushima Seafood Amid Nuclear Wastewater Fears
Controversy arises as prominent figure makes statement about radiation-contaminated fisheries. In a bold move to support Fukushima's seafood industry and challenge international concerns over the release of treated radioactive wastewater, former Chicago Mayor and U.S. Ambassador to Japan, Rahm Emanuel, joined Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and other officials in a public display of confidence in Fukushima's seafood safety.
4.5 Earthquake Strikes Off the Japanese Coast
Title: 4.5 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Off East Coast of Japan. In a recent seismic event, a 4.5 magnitude earthquake struck off the East Coast of Japan, near Ibaraki, on September 2, 2023, at 3:12 pm local time. The earthquake, detected at a depth of 20.11 km (12.5 miles), caused mild tremors in the region, prompting concerns about potential aftershocks and further seismic activity.
4.8 Earthquake Strikes SW of Hikari, Japan
On August 26, 2023, a mild earthquake measuring 4.8 on the Richter scale struck 8km southwest of Hikari, Japan. The seismic event occurred at a depth of 82.73km, causing some concern but ultimately resulting in no major damages or injuries.
ANNA On J-Pop Single "Someone Else," Career Goals & More - "Paltrocast" Exclusive
International singer, model and actress ANNA is set to be the first global J-Pop star. Earlier this week she introduced her brand of the genre, winning the hearts of fans around the world. Her first musical offering is “Someone Else”-- which includes both Japanese and English verses -- as released via Handcraft Entertainment/Virgin Records on July 26th. The song's music video features ANNA's partnerships with top-tier brands. including Fendi and Christian Louboutin. "Someone Else" was notably helmed by ANNA with GRAMMY Award-nominated multi-platinum producer Louis Bell (Post Malone, Taylor Swift, Miley Cyrus, Camila Cabello, Halsey) and 6x Japan Gold Disc Winner, multi-platinum producer Michael Africk (Mai Kuraki, Zard, Jordan Knight).
US, Australia, and Japan Coordinate Naval Exercises in Contested South China Sea Waters
In a significant move demonstrating unity and commitment to regional stability, the United States, Australia, and Japan have initiated joint naval exercises in the contested waters of the South China Sea. This decision comes in the wake of recent Chinese maneuvers that have raised concerns among several nations in the Asia-Pacific corridor.
4.6 Earthquake Strikes NE of Nemuro, Japan
On August 19th, 2023, a significant seismic event occurred in the northeastern region of Nemuro, Japan, as a 4.6 magnitude earthquake jolted the area. The tremor, originating at a depth of 91.28 kilometers beneath the Earth's surface, captured the attention of both local residents and the global seismological community. While not considered a major quake, the incident serves as a reminder of Japan's susceptibility to seismic activity due to its location along the Pacific Ring of Fire.
Deep 4.2 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes the Izu Islands
In the early hours of a serene morning, the tranquil landscape of the Izu Islands in Japan was momentarily disrupted by an unexpected event—an earthquake. However, this wasn't just any earthquake; it was a deep 4.2 magnitude quake that occurred at an astounding depth of 427 kilometers below the Earth's surface. This seismic occurrence not only puzzled scientists and geologists but also shed light on the complex processes that shape our planet.
Strange Japanese work laws that are still followed by most Japanese companies
You must handwrite your resume.You cannot type it up or use a computer—the reason is to feel the warmth of the people more. You must never take off your suit jacket at work, no matter what, unless you are the boss. It is due to a rule called Nenko Joretsu, which means the older you get, the better you are, and you can break specific rules, one being you can take your suit jacket off at work.
Deep 4.4 Earthquake Strikes the Volcano Islands Region of Japan
In the early hours of the morning, at precisely 2:39 AM CDT, a significant seismic event shook the tranquil Volcano Islands Region of Japan. With a magnitude of 4.4 on the Richter scale, this earthquake sent ripples of concern through the area. What makes this event particularly intriguing is the remarkable depth at which it occurred – a staggering 190 kilometers beneath the Earth's surface.
4.6 Earthquake Strikes South of Yudomari, Japan
On August 12th, 2023, a moderate earthquake measuring 4.6 on the Richter scale struck with its epicenter located 97 kilometers south of Yudomari, Japan, in the vast expanse of the Pacific Ocean. This seismic event, originating at a depth of 41.6 kilometers beneath the ocean floor, served as a reminder of the geological forces that shape our planet's crust.
4.9 Earthquake Strikes Off the Coast of Ofunato, Japan
On a quiet day in the coastal town of Ofunato, Japan, a sudden tremor sent ripples of concern through the community. The earth beneath them shifted with a magnitude of 4.9, a reminder of the dynamic forces that shape our planet. This seismic event occurred approximately 83 kilometers east-southeast of Ofunato, an area prone to tectonic activity due to its location along the Pacific Ring of Fire.
The Wedding Road Less Traveled: How a Seattle Boy Got Married in Japan
October 1st, 2005 was an auspicious day. At least according to the Buddhist monk that officiated our wedding. The journey from our first date in October 1998 to our wedding on October 1st, 2005 was a long one in many ways.