Each conflict has changed not only what the Japanese eat, but how and why they eat it.
He may look like a high school valedictorian or the latest Filipino pop star, but Josh Cobangbang is the mayor of the city of Cabugao.
Along the way we luxuriate in onsens, indulge in multi-course kaiseki feasts, and sample the best of Daiginjo Sake.
The Japanese love all things European, but this fall festival is observed in a very unique way.
Every side alley in Japan has a hidden gem. The best food, beer, and desserts. Here in Honolulu, Waikiki Yokocho Gourmet Alley provides a …
Pamela Young joins us to tell us about her special premiering on KHON2 tonight at 9:30. She’ll talk about her trip to the northern most tip…
Today, the samurai are gone, but the katana lives on. The legendary survival tool is still made in Okayama, Japan.
Gearing up for the games are the Shinkansen’s hospitality workers, a devoted band of cleaners who greet each train with a respectful bow.
Two million residents, including overseas Filipinos, fly in for the nine-day festival.
Pikake is the Philippines’ national flower, and mango is the national fruit.
In an unprecedented move, the government terminated all network services for the duration of the annual cultural and religious Sinulog Festi…
The Filipino terno was inspired by the Maria Clara gown with butterfly sleeves instead of a shawl.
In “Mixed Plate: Mabuhay,” Pamela Young explores the Philippines, from its history to its culture, and its modern-day evolution.
The classic adobo has a number of set ingredients, but in Hawaii, there are always surprises.
Boryeong mud is packed with skin nutrients so once a year villagers cover themselves in a celebration of their major export.
Something special happens when the Spring Equinox brings the first breath of warmth to chilly climates.
Historical dramas make up about 27 percent of Korean programming, but they tend to run longer with more episodes.
Her work doesn’t hang in any gallery, and yet Dain Yoon is recognized as Korea’s premier nouveau artist.
When the sakura are blooming, it’s time to bring out the hibachi.
Some of the finest rice is grown in Buzen. From the fields also came hundreds of emigrant farmers, eager for a new start in Hawaii.