In Japan TV videos showcase the country’s unique lifestyle, culture, sports and business.
Feng Shui Master Tanaka Michiaki spoke to In Japan TV about his predictions—good and bad—for the lunar year. If you’d like to know what 2019 has in store for your health, relationships and wealth, watch our new video or read the February issue of BCCJ ACUMEN: https://bccjacumen.com/feng-shui-2019
Business in Japan TV looks at the Global Power City Index and how Mori Building is promoting Tokyo’s arts and culture to boost the city beyond the upcoming Olympics and Rugby World Cup.
Read more about this in the ACCJ Journal: https://journal.accj.or.jp/digital-domain/
Business in Japan TV was invited to a sneak preview of the Mori Building Digital Art Museum: teamLab Borderless exhibition in Odaiba palette town.
Opening from June 21, tickets are available at borderless.teamlab.art
Custom Media is a bilingual, digital content-creation and communications agency in Tokyo. We offer innovative digital and print solutions to a range of clients using our expertise in strategy, creation and digital. Here is a peek at just some of our innovative work from a decade of digital.
Sushi has become the best-known Japanese food around the world, and it is the reason that Tsukiji Market has become one of Japan’s top tourist destinations. But instead of just shopping for and eating sushi, why not try your hand at making it? Afterwards, enjoy your creation—a five-sensory treat that you will remember forever!
*For vegetarian and halal needs, please contact the Tokyo Sushi Academy.
You can make and eat as much sushi as you want during the 90-minute session.
The Shirogane Ceramic Art School offers pottery-making experiences for all skill levels. Whether you are a complete novice or an experienced craftsperson, you can try using a potter’s wheel or use your hands to create items. In the 90-minute trial course, you will be able to make as many pieces as you want, and the total fee will depend on the number and size of the items you fire. It’s a rewarding experience to see what you are able to build with your own hands!
Although the trial class lasts 90 minutes, the total time for making any piece is about one hour.
Aprons are available and free to use.
English courses available.
Zazen meditation is practiced by followers of Buddhism. The methods vary, but the basic principles are similar. The aim of zazen is to meditate, suspending all judgmental thinking and letting all ideas, words, images, and thoughts flow through the mind without dwelling on them. Many people feel energized after practicing zazen.
Anyone who is new to zazen should email email@example.com and arrive by 18:30 for initial training. While there is no dress code, we recommend wearing clothing that is comfortable and has sleeves.
Changing rooms are also available.
If you would like to tour the storehouse, you must make a reservation at least one day in advance.
Visit Zazen meditation website.
Japan faces critical barriers to growth. There are opportunities, but embracing change is crucial. Hays Japan Managing Director Marc Burrage shares his thoughts on structural and cultural issues including wage reform, the talent mismatch, women in the workforce, and the need for more foreign talent.
In Japan, politics and policymaking are often seen by businesses as mysterious processes, but in a world undergoing rapid change, it is more important than ever that the public and private sectors communicate effectively. GR Japan is actively working to bridge that gap, showing that what works in Brussels and Washington, DC, can be effective in Tokyo, too.
Forty amateur cyclists left Tokyo on May 25, 2017 for Knights in White Lycra’s annual fundraising ride. The goal was to pedal 550km and raise ¥7 million for Mirai no Mori, an NPO, to send 25 children in care to winter camps and help them overcome fear, gain self-confidence, and give them life skills to better prepare for adulthood. See how they did.