Tag Archive: Japan Studies

Coffee Life & Work in Japan

Coffee has been a beverage of significance in Japan since it was first brought to Japan by Portuguese and Dutch traders in the 17th century. It configured social and personal spaces from the late 19th century, well before the current … Continue reading →

Revitalization of Public Housing

Challenges and Celebrations in Toronto and Japan A talk by Prof. Sayaka Fujii, Tsukuba University Introduced by Prof. André Sorensen, University of Toronto NEW June 12, 2014: lecture slides available for download (pdf) Since 2005, there has been a large-scale … Continue reading →