Michael Mozzhechkov


Japan has 2.24 million vending machines, making it the country with the most vending machines per capita. Vending machines can easily be found on every street, in hospitals, office buildings, and even on the top of Mount Fuji. On the other hand, the Japanese are constrained in communication and rarely start conversations with strangers. For […]


Tourists in Kyoto. A record 3.08 million foreign visitors visited Japan in March. Japan is on track to meet the government’s goal of surpassing the pre-pandemic figure of 32 million foreign visitors a year by 2025, with the number reaching a record 8.56 million in the January-March quarter, data from the Japan National Tourism Organization […]


Japan’s young workers go abroad as huge wage gap persists. With inflation now at its highest level in decades, Japanese are beginning to realize that years of stagnant wages are forcing many of them to budget every month until their next paycheck arrives. Tomoki Yoshihara starts his shift at a meat processing plant in rural […]


Of October 1, the population of Japan, including foreigners living in the country, amounted to 124,352,000 people; it decreased by almost 600 thousand over the year. The decline has continued for 13 years in a row, a government report says. If we talk about the citizens of Japan, then their numbers are eaten up even […]

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