The best from Japan is definitely Mainichi Daily News. It has high quality, various styles, and the Japanese work has been translated into good English.

A good standard for international haiku.

Always a pleasure to submit to Kazuo Sato. MDN is a newspaper though, so it's not exactly delightful reading

I haven't seen it since 1995 but I liked the column and I'll send work.

High quality but limited content.

Not updated for months.

All over the place, which suggests the editors need to include a good English speaker among them.

They never replied to a submission of mine, despite resends spaced months apart.

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