John Einarsen

Kyoto, Japan

Insights from Kyoto-Japan-Asia

<p class="BasicParagraph"><em>Kyoto Journal</em> (KJ) is an award-winning, nonprofit quarterly magazine based in the ancient capital of Japan. Since 1987, KJ&rsquo;s aim has been to provide &ldquo;a gateway to understanding and appreciation of diversity, lifestyles, cultures and societies in all of Asia.&rdquo; &nbsp;</p> <p class="BasicParagraph">&nbsp;Avoiding stereotypes, we present Asian viewpoints in present-day context, including innovative &ldquo;Heartwork&rdquo; solutions to local problems. Some of our special issues have focused on Sacred Mountains in Asia, Transience, Asian Media, interviews with Kyoto citizens, Tea, the multicultural Silk Roads, and Biodiversity (handed out at the important UN-sponsored Nagoya COP10 conference).</p> <p class="BasicParagraph">Today we are an NPO with aims to produced digital magazines and books that make a difference.</p>

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