National Museum of Ethnology in Osaka, Japan

A Message from an Artist

*This photo was taken when I viewed the permanent exhibition at the National Museum of Ethnology. However, viewers are not allowed to touch the art. [Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, exhibitions at The National Museum of Ethnology are postponed until Autumn 2021.] By Yoko-Sonya In November 2019, I attended a Read more…

New Year Japan

Traveling in Japan over New Years

Traveling in Japan over New Years can be exciting… and horrible. The New Years holiday in Japan is similar to Christmas in the West – a time of visiting family and resting from work.  However, transportation overcrowding and holiday closures of shops and restaurants can be a headache, especially for disabled travelers. Read more…

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Awarding Paralympic Awareness

By Justin Schroth A few years ago, an idea was conceived by the International Paralympic Committee to cultivate an increase in awareness, advocacy, and an overall social inclusiveness of Paralympic values in Education. In collaboration with partners such as Agitos Foundation, the Nippon Foundation Paralympic Support Centre, and Global Sport Read more…

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