Tag Archives: Japan

A Statue of Yasuke, an African Slave, Who Became the First Black Samurai

A statue of Yasuke, an African slave, who arrived in Japan in 1579 and became the first black Samurai.

Read more

Tragedy in a Science Lab in Japan – Four Scientists Were “Eliminated” by Intelligent Robots

This is the downright eerie message that Linda Moulton had for us today as she stated in an interview that she received a warning in a phone call telling her that in Japan in a top-secret lab the death of 29 scientists was reported.

Read more

This Floating Spaceport in Japan Could Bring Space Travel to the City

The spaceport rises from an island that floats in Tokyo Bay, with the skyscrapers of Japan’s capital in the background. It’s designed to launch tourists on day trips to space, where they will be able to see the building’s huge roof — as well as glimpse the curvature of the Earth and experience zero gravity.

Read more

Samurai DNA and the Origins of Japan – Robert Sepehr

Samurai DNA and the Origins of Japan - ROBERT SEPEHR

The Samurai, Japan’s warrior class, have been one of the most celebrated groups of people in modern pop culture. Numerous movies, TV shows, and video games have been made, picturing them in a mythical, mysterious, and noble manner. They later made up the ruling military class that eventually became the highest ranking social caste of the Edo Period (1603-1867).

Read more
« Older Entries