Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from JapanCulture•NYC! Thank you for your continued support and readership this year. Enjoy your KFC dinner and Christmas cakes! Sending warmest wishes for a safe, happy, and healthy 2022! Continue reading Holiday Greetings from JapanCulture•NYC!
It’s time for Part II of JapanCulture•NYC’s Holiday Gift Guide 2021, and we are suggesting the perfect outing to Japan Village in Industry City. It’s a trip that won’t feel like shopping is a chore and has plenty of opportunities to treat yourself along the way. If you have yet to make it over to Japan Village in Brooklyn, now is the time as there … Continue reading JapanCulture•NYC Holiday Gift Guide 2021 (Part II)
For JapanCulture•NYC’s Holiday Gift Guide 2021, we are bringing you a two-part series that combines one-stop shopping for multiple people on your gift list plus a nice outing for yourself. Our first suggestion is the upcoming Japanese Handcraft Show that features local Japanese artists or Japanese-inspired artists as well as NYC-based Japanese food vendors. Japanese Handcraft Show Sunday, December 5 from noon until 6:00 p.m. … Continue reading JapanCulture•NYC Holiday Gift Guide 2021 (Part I)
When you take a bite into a piece of chocolate, do you ever stop to think, “Where did this chocolate come from? Who made it? How was it made? What is chocolate, anyway?” These questions went through filmmaker Tanya Chuturkova’s mind as she worked on the documentary Chocolate Road, which is available on Video On Demand platforms via Syndicado starting on Tuesday, November 16. The … Continue reading CHOCOLATE ROAD: An Eye-Opening, Bean-to-Bar Narrative
Today we have a guest writer, Liz Danziger of Worktalk, whose motto is “Better Writing. Better Business.” I attended Liz’s webinar on “Three Ways to Overcome the Organizational Costs of Poor Writing” that provided simple steps that individuals can take to improve their written communications. Did you know research estimates that poor writing costs businesses up to $400 billion annually? I was very excited when … Continue reading When Writing to Americans, Get to the Point