Tim Hornyak
  • Tim Hornyak 
  • By this author: 2 Latest posted: 2017.08.31
Journalist born in Montreal, Canada. Earned his degree in journalism fromCarleton University in Ottawa. Has worked for Kyodo News, NHK, CNet, IDG News and other media for 20 years. Has written extensively about Japanese inventors, engineers, roboticists, and Nobel Prize–winning scientists. His work has appeared in media including Nature, Science, Scientific American, and other print and web publications. Author of Loving the Machine: The Art and Science of Japanese Robots and has contributed to several Lonely Planet travel guidebooks. Has lived in Tokyo for 12 years.
Teaching the Ways of the Samurai: An Interview with Ogasawara Kiyomoto2017.08.31

Ogasawara Kiyomoto is heir to a school of samurai mounted archery, yabusame, and etiquette that stretches back over 800 years. Today, he teaches these ancient arts under the supervision of his father Kiyotada, the thirty-first-generation leader of the Ogasawara-ryū tradition.

Exploring Japan Bite by Bite: Food Writer Michael Booth2017.05.31

The British writer Michael Booth is known for his love of Japan and Japanese cuisine, which he chronicles in books beginning with his 2010 Sushi and Beyond: What the Japanese Know About Cooking. We sat down with him in a Tokyo izakaya pub to see what he has to say about food, travel, and more.

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