Japan Society's exhibit, opening Friday, features Hisashi Tenmyouya's take on traditional zen gardens.
Egbert King turned 100 on June 13. Friends and family celebrated during a block party on Saturday.
Steven Bruni has demanded that his dad's fourth wife, an ex-stripper, return the coins.
Police are searching for Ayako Sato, 47, who was reported missing Thursday.
Ethnic stores and delis around the borough offer a variety of ingredients imported from around the world.
The shop specializes in a ganache treat called Nama.
With numerous Japanese restaurants, the East Village is a focus of the event.
A yoga studio in Forest Hills recently introduced Masala Bhangra.
The Japanese mega-chain will soon bring its popular cuisine to Times Square.
Fall Mandarin classes are offered in Williamsburg for kids as young as 18 months old.
A sake resurgence has seen New Yorkers trading traditional wine for the ancient Japanese rice spirit.
Junior’s, founded in 1950 in Downtown Brooklyn, is opening two new locations in Tokyo and Osaka.
Jonathan Fetter-Vorm's "Trinity" narrates the birth of the atomic bomb in graphic-novel style.
About a dozen Japanese-style hair salons in the East Village offer Harajuku-style serivce.
A concert and festival marks the 100th anniversary of Japanese residents donating 2,000 cherry trees.
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