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Members of the Japan Canada Leadership Program were handed the keys to the country, figuratively speaking.
The program is an initiative sponsored by the Government of Japan that builds stronger...
Early in summer 2013, two Japanese performers were standing on the busy street, Toronto.
“I wanted to be valued my performance in the place people enjoying performance with an open mind,” one of these performer Ryota Moriyama said.
Ryota Moriyama is a musician who is from Tokyo, Japan and performing...
By Matthew O'Mara
Last weekend, Nikkei Voice had a chance to sit down with ukulele instructor Harry Kawabe to learn a bit more about his ukulele group. What we found was a whimsical and fun tale about Harry's lifelong love of music.
By Kaori Fujishima
Everyone seems to love the Cubeshops.
The small store on Baldwin St. in downtown Toronto, near to the Art Gallery of Ontario and OCAD University, has a great selection of artfully designed Japanese products.
Sakiko Ichihara, the owner of Cubeships, realized soon after she arrived...
Showing their aptitude on the slopes, a number of JC's are in attendance for what some are calling Canada's strongest opening at the Olympics ever.
We've compiled a few of the Japanese Canadians who are competing at Sochi 2014.
Competing at the Olympics has been a life-long...