Eiko is a yoga instructor at a place in Osaka, Japan, but that's not all she's doing these days!
Japan is a country roughly the size of California, and is home to a staggering 127 million inhabitants.
I am basically a walking millennial cliche. You know the one–they studied abroad and now they're all about that wanderlust and fulfilling their heart's desire through experience. Yup, that's me! And this new hostel in Japan proves to put all other hostels to shame.
These Japanese homeowners are so committed to their books that they designed their entire house around keeping them safe. Their enormous wall-to-wall bookshelf is specifically engineered to withstand earthquakes.
It might be easier to learn a language as a child, but Japanese is a little different. It’s notoriously one of the most difficult languages in the world to learn, even for kids growing up in Japan.
The books I love that haven’t been turned into movies or TV shows are especially dear to me. Their one true version is in my head. Only I know what those books look like. Whenever it’s announced one of these few survivors is getting an adaptation, a little piece of my brain chips off.
If you’re anything like us, walking into a massive bookstore can cause hyperventilation, salivating, and torn on how much money you can actually spend.
These tales of the folk and fairy variety are modern, ancient, and from all around the world. What they have in common is that they're all prime real estate for animators. So listen up, Disney. Here are 7 stories that you must spin into films in increasing order of urgency...