Roving video journalist and documentary filmmaker based in Asia-Pacific. Often covering Latin America as well. Eng-Spa-Jpn-Por-Fra spoken.
Donald Trump's win has sparked an unlikely boom in Japan: Trump masks. They're helping to lighten the mood.
"Humans have the capacity to overcome anything," says this 25-year-old born with microcephaly.
Harajuku’s fashionistas showcase their creative ensembles while strutting through Tokyo’s famous Takeshita-dori.
Forget farm to table, how about farm to office desk? Human resources and recruitment firm Pasona Group dedicates one acre of their downtown Tokyo office building to growing and harvesting over 280 types of vegetables, fruits, herbs and flowers. The firm's 1,500 employees help grow, harvest and eat the food.
Produced by video journalist Irene Herrera for AJ+.
Tokyo police have come up with a simple solution for taking out suspicious drones: a net. A special unit that flies large drones with big nets was set up last year after a drone was found on the roof of the Japanese prime minister's office.
For AJ+ - Over 35 million views.
Over 10 million views on Facebook.
Lunch Break with AJ+: Kie Yamamoto from #Tokyo brought chicken katsu and miso soup.