A Visual Guide to Japan – An Aerial View of Nagoya

Text and photos by Mike Sullivan Nagoya (名古屋市) is the main city in the Aichi prefecture and is Japan’s third largest metropolitan area with nearly nine million people. Nagoya has a population of over two million. Nagoya was founded in the seventeeth century when Tokugawa Ieyasu moved the capital of Owari Province to present day […]

Karakuri Dolls – Japanese Robots dating back Hundreds of Years

By Mike Sullivan Today Japan is very famous for robots, recently on a trip to Japan President Obama of the United States of America met ASIMO. This incredible robot from Honda can walk, go up and down stairs, and even run, and it even played football with President Obama. Japanese robotics is very advanced and […]