Saturday, July 20, 2024


Jacaranda blossoms on Reforma avenue

Retrospective: Japan on Mexico News Daily

A look back at stories Mexico News Daily has covered on the cultural, artistic, business and food history of Japanese people in Mexico.

Add a Mexican flair to Japanese cuisine in your own kitchen!

While Japanese and Mexican cuisine might seem different on the surface, one chef has learned to combine them - with delicious results.
Side by side satellite images of Japan and Mexico

Japan vs Mexico in Numbers

Dig into the statistics on demographics, geography, GDP, earthquakes and more in this data-driven story of Mexico News Daily's "Japan in Focus" week.
Noriteru Fukushima, Japanese ambassador to Mexico

Noriteru Fukushima, Japanese ambassador to Mexico, talks to Mexico News Daily

As Mexico News Daily's "Japan in focus" week continues, CEO Travis Bembenek shares highlights from his talk with Ambassador Noriteru Fukushima.
A downtown scene in Japan

What do Mexico and Japan have in common?

Writer Bethany Platanella came home from a recent trip to Japan with a few reflections on the similarities it shares with Mexico.

One of Mexico’s favorite snacks was created by a Japanese immigrant

Yoshigei Nakatani arrived in Mexico in 1932 and invented the popular Japanese peanuts that can be found in nearly every tiendita today.
Taqueria Goku

How Mexico fell in love with Japanese anime

Half a century after arriving in the country, how did Japanese animation come to have such influence over Mexican pop culture?
Japan and Mexico flags

From a 17th-century shipwreck to ‘strategic global partners’: 400 years of Mexico-Japan history

Mexico News Daily's "Japan in focus" week begins with a history of the relationship between the two countries, which began over 400 years ago.