RT › Finance › 1 week ago
Japan’s Fukushima prefecture, which suffered one of the world’s worst nuclear disasters eight years ago, is now set to be transformed into a renewable energy hub, with the first solar farm to start working there in January. Read Full Article at
Sputnik International › 1 week ago
TOKYO (Sputnik) - The ceremonial parade involving the passage of the Japanese Emperor Naruhito and his wife Masako in an open car through the streets began in the capital of Japan, a Sputnik correspondent reported from the scene.
Sputnik International › 1 week ago
TOKYO (Sputnik) - Shinji Aoba, the suspect in a deadly July arson attack on an animation studio in Japan's Kyoto, said he deliberately targeted the studio's office with the most people in the building, thereby basically admitting guilt to the attack...
USA Today › Finance › 1 week ago
Someone just set a new record by paying $46,000 for a 2.7pound snow crab. It will be served at a high-end restaurant in Tokyo.
ABC News › Sports › 1 week ago
Ready to rumble: Russia, US go toe-to-toe at anti-doping meeting
Metro › 1 week ago
The one England fan of the group was a good sport.
RT › 1 week ago
Japan’s Environment Ministry showed off a one-of-a-kind supercar made from cellulose and agricultural waste. While it is relatively light, it is still able to punch above its weight when it comes to strength and durability. Read Full Article at
The Independent › Sports › 2 weeks ago
Japan loves a jingle. Convenience stores have a strange affinity with 80s pop music. Crocs in the workplace. Sake isn’t what you think it is – the list goes on and on and on
BBC News › Entertainment › 2 weeks ago
We speak to Hideo Kojima for a world exclusive documentary on the maverick game designer.
ABC News › Sports › 2 weeks ago
Next year's Olympic marathons and race walks will be run in the northern city of Sapporo as the IOC has followed through with a controversial plan to move from Tokyo to the cooler northern city
Evening Standard › Sports › 2 weeks ago
Rob Lewis, England fan who booked flights to Japan while drunk, has been saved by Hostelworld.
Telegraph › 2 weeks ago
A fire at Okinawa’s iconic Shuri Castle has razed the main structures of the UNESCO World Heritage site to the ground.
ABC News › Finance › 2 weeks ago
Sony Corp. says its net profit fell 15% in the first half of the year, though strong sales of imaging sensors helped to offset weakness in the games sector
ABC News › Sports › 2 weeks ago
Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike is challenging the IOC over plan to move Olympic marathon.
Metro › 3 weeks ago
Ticket prices for the Rugby World Cup final were sent flying after England's heroics over New Zealand.
ABC News › Entertainment › 3 weeks ago
Nobuhiko Obayashi, who is being honored at Tokyo film festival, has stayed true to his message about the horrors of war through decades of filmmaking
ABC News › Incident › 3 weeks ago
Japanese police are investigating a 200 million yen ($1.84 million) diamond allegedly stolen from an international jewelry exhibit near Tokyo
ABC News › 3 weeks ago
Torrential rain that caused flooding and mudslides in towns east of Tokyo has left seven people dead and added damage in areas still recovering from recent typhoons
ABC News › 3 weeks ago
Torrential rain from a low-pressure system hovering above Japan's main island has triggered flooding in towns east of Tokyo, prompting fresh concerns in areas still recovering from recent typhoons
The Independent › Sports › 3 weeks ago
Typhoon Neoguri will bring heavy rainfall and strong winds to Japan on Friday and Saturday that caused England to suffer a delay on their way to the iNternational Stadium Yokohama for training
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