Category: East Asia

  • Weird Statue at Kobe Station

    Japan is popular with its weirdness culture and arts. One of them is a weird statue that resembles a human butt, only if you look at it closely. Located right beside Sannomiya train station in the heart of Kobe, the butt statue is a popular meeting place for Kobe kids, or place to hang out […]

  • Jindo Sea Parting Miracle in Korea

    Jindo Island, in South Korea, is host to one of the world’s most amazing natural phenomenons, called the Moses Miracle. Two times a year, during a low tide, a land path 2.8 kilometers long and 40 meters wide is revealed, uniting the islands of Jindo and Modo for a period of one hour. A festival […]

  • Travel from Japan to China using Google Map

    Do you know how to go from Japan to China? Try using Google Map and I assure you, you will find a shocking result. Follow these simple step by step instructions to find out:

  • Amazing Eco-Design of Namba Park in Osaka

    Namba Parks is an office and shopping complex located in the Namba district, Osaka, Japan. It consists of a high office building called Parks Tower and a 120-tenant shopping mall with rooftop garden. Some history on Namba Parks in Japan: Namba Parks was developed by Jon Jerde of The Jerde Partnership in the footprint of […]

  • Amazing Japan’s Moon Bridge (PIC)

    A moon bridge is usually a highly arched pedestrian bridge, which in its wooden form may require the walker to initially climb and also when descending. This moon bridge type is associated with gardens in China and Japan, and is called a drum bridge in Japan. This type of moon bridge was originally designed as […]

  • Hankai House – Ancient Japanese House Inside a Modern Home

    Hankai house, which is located at Akashi City at Hyogo, is a spectacular architecture marvel in Japan. It is a question much older than even this ancient Japanese home, the original portions of which date back over three hundreds years: how does one pay due respect to traditional forms when making contemporary additions, expansions and/or […]

  • 29 Reasons Why You Should Visit China

    China is the largest country in the world. Oh wait! Maybe Russia is the biggest but who cares. China has the largest population in the world, which is equivalent to more than triple number of U.S. population. It is true! Don’t get angry with me. Thus, do you have any intention to visit the country? […]

  • Japanese Asimo is Reaching Human

    Japanese robot called Asimo has reached a life of almost human. 20 years of research and hard work has produced the incredible result. He can walk, dance, serve, kick and even riding a doe! Below are the photos of the marvelous Asimo in action. For More Photos: One Piece Discoveries

  • Hadaka Matsuri “Naked” Festival Photos

    Japan has a lot of weird celebration events. One of them is Hadaka Matsuri or well known as “The Naked” Festival. The Hadaka Matsuri is about purifying the soul, but most people remember it because of what the men wear: Fundoshi, or traditional Japanese laincloths. The event is particularly famous because there is one completely […]

  • Dai Temple – A Man-Made Sacred Wonder

    For those whose feet do not ache after ascending Mount Taishan, the Dai Temple in downtown Tai’an is a leisurely stroll. This is where some of the emperors stayed before or after their ascension. But “Qianlong slept here” does not begin to explain the temple’s status. The old cypresses and tortoise-supported steles are better testament […]