A study from researchers in Japan found that even moderate amounts of drinking alcohol can increase cancer risk.
White House communications director Hope Hicks wore a tuxedo to a state dinner with President Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
Mr and Mrs Kuroki worked and lived on their dairy in the Shintomi town of Japan for more than 30 years. If you’re going to Japan any time soon, you can visit their garden too – check out their website here.
Otou Yumi is an elderly man from Nara, Japan, who lives with his wife, Katayama and their three children. Katayama has reportedly made multiple attempts to talk to her husband over the past two decades, but he solely responds with grunts or nods. This must have been very awkward at times since their youngest child, Yoshiki, is 18.
If the election results weren’t devastating enough, take a look at this Instagram post by Glamour Brazil. The publication posted a Boomerang video last week of Glamour Brazil editors imitating stereotypical Asian features by pulling their eyes back. How Glamour Brazil sees us Asians.
[All images: Instagram/chi___koko]From pork katsudon and tempura, to soba noodles and sushi, these tiny food miniatures aren't just incredibly intricate, they're edible, too!Osaka-based artist Chikoto Kawakami transforms these cookies (yes, cookies!) into popular Japanese dishes with just icing sugar.Click through the gallery above to see her tasty creations and let us know what you think by tweeting us @YahooStyleCA.
If you enjoy a well-marbled slab of Kobe beef or regularly get take out from your local sushi place, we have bad news.According to Larry Olmsted, plenty of the food we eat daily is either fake or manipulated – and the issue is prevalent across our food sources, from restaurants to grocery stores.In his new book “Real Food Fake Food,” Olmsted exposes numerous counterfeit foods we’ve been eating, from beef to olive oil and sushi. Click through the gallery above to find out more and let us know what you think by tweeting us @YahooStyleCA.
Sushi lovers know all about the unmistakable heat that wasabi gives to sashimi – that bright green paste bringing on tears, runny noses, and sneezes.
As anyone who’s ever sneakily dipped their McDonald’s fries into their chocolate milkshake will know, the salty potato-y snacks taste amazing with a bit of chocolate involved.
“I’m going to try and kiss girls I’ve never met before by using this translation device, iLi,” he says in the video. While the concept of a translator that you can wear definitely sounds cool and probably pretty useful for things other than trying to score, the ad makes its intentions rather questionable.
If it wasn’t already clear, we at Yahoo Canada have a bit of a soft spot for nail art. Sure, it can be silly and it is often impractical. But there’s something about these micro works of art that just get our hearts pumping. Earlier this week, Tokyo hosted it’s annual Nail Expo, a show that celebrates all things nails – particularly nail art. And it didn’t disappoint. Click through the gallery above to see some seriously next-level nail art. You can thank us later. Related:Ugly Christmas sweater nails: the more subtle approach to holiday dressing20 reasons to fall in love with Disney nail artNow you can apply nail art with your smartphonePress-on decals make nail art easy for amateursWatercolour nails are perfect for those who don’t do nail art
Right now the Internet is filled with talk of gender fluidity. It’s the latest catchphrase, and with advocates like Cara Delevingne and Ruby Rose, more and more people are starting to question the restrictions and boundaries of gender and gender stereotypes.
Creativity-Online The Asian beauty market is known for its innovation, but the latest technology is taking things next level. Popular Japanese makeup retailer, Ainz & Tulpe is the largest in the country and has long been a popular destination for shoppers both locally and abroad. Over the last few years there has been growing frustration over the inability to communicate with customers as more and more non Japanese-speaking shoppers make a special trip to Tokyo to visit the store. According to a video published by Creativity-Online, only 3 per cent of Japanese people are able to speak a foreign language, which makes it difficult for staff to cater to the growing number of foreign shoppers.