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Coincidentally (but appropriately) our 13th issue. With stories of the paranormal, costume inspiration, superstition, and festivity, our issue bring no tricks, only treats as you celebrate your Halloween. Boo!
Halloween in Japan is rather new. Like many western influences that jumped the Pacific, the Japanese are slowly making it their own.
Americans have likely heard the "don't step on a crack or you'll break your mother's back" superstition. But other countries have their own silly phrases, including Japan.
The historic Japantowns have served our community for over 100 years, but there are many untold stories that reveal a spooky side of these neighborhoods.
What better way to get into the autumnal spirit than with spirits! I mean, alcohol! Here are three Asian-inspired fall cocktail recipes for you to try for your next Zoom happy hour.
It's the most pumpkin time of the year! We've compiled a list of fun activities to do to stay safe, but still have a happy Halloween.
While there are no Halloween parties to look forward to this year, we have some easy and cheap Asian/Asian American costume ideas for your Zoom party at work or with friends.
Why have pumpkin when you can have persimmon?
Ding dong! Who's at the door? Find out and see some friends of Yo! dressed in their Halloween best as kiddos.
We love dogs. We love costumes. We love Halloween. Put them all together? Dog Costume Halloween Party! We rate the goodest boys in their goodest costumes.
We've compiled a list of some favorite Japanese horror movies that will make you want to yell "Kowai!"
Hawaii is a spiritual place and no stranger to its share of ghost stories. I had my own encounter in 2015 at the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii.
Content for quarantine. We’re trying to produce issues every 2-3 weeks to provide some insight, entertainment... and something for the kiddos.