More than thirty protesters gather in Shibuya, Tokyo to increase pressure on decision makers to ensure justice for families crossing the US-Mexico border and to put an end to the Trump administration’s inhumane and cruel policy of separating children from their parents.
The thrum of animatronics and squeals of dolls rang in the air of Tokyo for the week of June 8th, yet no children ran around with excitement. Instead, an army clad in business attire was present, though the feeling of youth remained within the customarily stoic Japanese air.
The campaign against the Dakota Access Pipeline launched in December 2016 by a handful of Japanese activists entered a new round of activity this month when two Native Americans, who are Standing Rock Water Protectors, visited Japan, aiming at grassroots alliance-building with international indigenous groups.
Documentary filmmaker Kazuhiro Soda reflects on his work and the fate of democracy.
Rising to popularity during the 13th century, shojin ryori is a traditional dining style of Buddhist monks in Japan.
The subject of art was central to the conversations at the College Women’s Association of Japan (CWAJ) luncheon at the Tokyo American Club on May 9.
Nuri Funas, an ordinary citizen of Libya, has been traveling the world on foot with a message of peace. The SNA interviewed him at the Libyan Embassy in Tokyo recently during his stop in the Japanese capital.
There is an ongoing crisis of parental abduction in Japan, but the nation’s political leaders and its courts have yet to grapple with the matter earnestly.
The time has come for ordinary Japanese citizens to fill the gap left by government and take responsibility for developing sustainable solutions.
Revolutionary Alliance of Unpopular People stands in solidarity against the greedy capitalism and discrimination of Valentine’s Day.