The kimono is Japan's traditional garment. Kimono literally means “the thing worn” with Ki (着) meaning “wear” and mono (物) meaning “thing”. Up until the 19th century, which is known as the Meiji period Kimono was worn by everyone every day. Nowadays, Japanese people rarely wear kimonos in everyday life, reserving them for such special occasions such as weddings, funerals,...
Ever tried to imagine what it would be like to be a ninja in Edo times? Well thanks to Red Bull and a cast of talented Japanese freerunners and Jason Paul international freerunnners we now know. Footage was filmed in Edo Wonderland, a theme park dedicated to bringing Edo life to the modern era found in the mountains of Nestled in...

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