We’re excited to announce the launch of a new website we’ve been working on for several months. visit-kyushu.com showcases the natural beauty and warmth of Japan’s southern island.
When the coronavirus (COVID-19) dictates social distancing, how do you stay connected?
To lessen the impact of the Coronavirus, the FunkyCorp team are working from home to avoid crowded commutes and potential exposure to people with the virus.
The FunkyCorp team journeyed far and wide to harvest rice, pick grapes, make soba noodles, and meet local farmers to write about Japan’s countryside.
Our production manager Venus and junior developer Liza are going to spend their summer break as Olympic volunteers, helping sports fans from all over the world.
Subtitling is like translation-meets-F1 racing: it’s fast, furious and any miscalculation will result in a crash.
FunkyCorp is in the news! Our work was featured in the September issue of National Parks magazine.
We asked the FunkyCorp team to reveal their favorite Tokyo restaurants, home cooking to an authentic Jewish deli.
Every day is different at FunkyCorp, but our office does have a bit of a routine.
It’s a hot festival summer in Japan! We polled the FunkyCorp team for their favorite summer festivals.