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Cool Sites : Ceramics, Blog, Zen and Politics

Sunday, September 26, 2004 Posted: 06:59 AM JST

My latest finds:

eYakimono
A resource center directed by the Japan Times Ceramic Scene columnist. (ENG)

Achikochi
Vincent Van den Storme lives in Yokohama. His weblog has some personal info, but mostly interesting news items on Japan and then and now photos. (ENG)

Japanese Politics Central
JP Central provides a searchable database on Japanese politicians. Also features information on Japanese election results and public policy debates. (ENG)

Japan Politics
Lots of links and information related to Japanese politics on this University of Berkeley page. (ENG)

Jan Jan
Serious alternative free daily online newspaper in Japan "of, by and for the people". (JPN)

Zen Gardens
History and design of Zen gardens in Kyoto. (ENG)

ELT Events Calendar
Database of conferences, workshops and seminars for foreign language teachers in Japan. (ENG)

Find more sites related to Japan at Japan Links.

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