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5 myths about Japanese subways that aren’t always true

With more than 8 million tourists visiting Japan each year, many stereotypes have been created to explain Japanese culture to friends and family back home. However, there are almost always exceptions to these stereotypes, none more evident than those pertaining Japanese public transportation etiquette. Learn these 5 myths before your first trip to Japan so…

Doglegs: Japan’s Foray into Disabled Wrestling

Being disabled in any country can be difficult, and Japan is often thought of as being behind the rest of the world when it comes to inclusion. aintitcool.com/ But, one group is working to change this, and carve themselves out a niche in the world of wrestling! Doglegs Doglegs is a disabled wrestling group based…

Japan: The Special Needs Friendly Country

After reading this you will fall in love with Japan even more! There was an opinion voiced by Ayesha Almazrou, The National’s journalist, that one of the most important signs of advancement in any city is the integration of people with special needs into the community. I pretty much agree with her statement, people with…