Non-Japanese visitors and residents often find Japanese unspoken cultural norms frustrating. But there’s a secret to decoding Japan’s high-context culture.
A kokorozashi is not just a life goal, but an ongoing personal mission that opens the mind and helps bring possibilities into focus.
Mentioning Japan tends to conjure images of quality products and services, sushi, sumo, anime, and otaku, among other things. Something most people don’t realize is that there is a common thread running through all of these: ikigai.
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Kuuki ga yomenai, or “KY” is a term that became popular a few years ago in Japan. Literally translated, it means a…
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