I have lived in Japan for over 16 years, and I still have so much to learn – what an amazing people, history and culture. I hope an article or two in this list give you some insight into Japan.
- October 23, 1964: How Judo and Volleyball Transfixed and Transformed Japan within the Span of a Few Hours
- The Humanization of the Emperor in Post-War Japan
- Saving 1.5 Million Japanese: A Dramatized Version of 1964 Olympian Paul Maruyama’s Real-Life Family Story to Air on NHK
- Ajinomoto: Mother’s Little Helper and a Dominant Global Tastemaker
- Ted (Theo) Mittet’s Letters from Japan Part 1: A Young American Olympian is Welcomed by a Youthful Japan
- Meiji Jingu: Fun Facts About the Wooded Shrine Amidst the Main Venues of the 1964 Tokyo Olympics
- The 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games Part 2: The Amazing Story How the Paralympic Movement in Japan Went From Zero Awareness to International Ready in Four Years
- Yusaku Kamekura’s Famous First Tokyo Olympics Poster and its Impact on Japanese Nationalism
- “Your Papers Please”: Efficiency Via Documentation at the 1964 Tokyo Olympics
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