We are pleased to announce that the latest edition of the electronic journal of contemporary japanese studies is now available, at
Liudmila Bredikhina, Babiniku: what lies behind the virtual performance. Contesting gender norms through technology and Japanese theatre
Gianmarco Fiorentini, ‘Can I communicate using only Japanese in Hawaii?’ Language and transnationality as seen through the online discourse on Japanese tourism in Hawaii
Patrick Kandrac, How Reliable and Consistent Are Kanji Frequency Databases?
Maria Jose Santamaria Hergueta, Traditional folk textile dyeing in Japan: diversity, meanings, and continuity of the kōbō
Jun Tsukada, Media Education: Bridging the Intersection Between Media Literacy and Citizenship Education in Japan
With gratitude for our contributors, readers, and international production team of volunteers.
General Editor, the ejcjs