The three Eurofighter jets are part of 3 months of exercises Germany is carrying out to demonstrate its commitment to Indo-Pacific security.
“Be of good cheer and you can do anything” was the motto of the wrestler turned politician who inspired so many up to his death at...
A new Japanese tech company has developed sensor technology allowing robots to work with humans, with greater autonomous dexterity and flexibility.
Chinese delegations are developing a reputation for bad manners, and now Beijing is even trying to dictate the guest list for Shinzo Abe’s state funeral.
“This is the first time I saw the Kamome trains from the front. They are brand new and beautiful,” said one visitor to the JR Kyushu...
The significance of Japan-China talks lies in the candid exchange of opinions, even though it may be painful for the Chinese leaders to hear.
The targets for counterstrikes are likely to include enemy launch and related sites, such as anti-aircraft radar and airfields, if Japan is attacked.
Remember the amazing achievements of para athletes at the Tokyo Games? One year on, visitors to Komazawa Olympic Park got to try out para sports themselves.
Somen Noodles are a perfect summer dish, and as the peak season quietly passes on, manufacturers in Nara are praying for the coming season.
Longer range, counterstrike ability and secure supply chain are features of the to-be-upgraded missile systems Japan has chosen to meet its defense needs.
Changing the management paradigm, Inamori once said: “A human being has no higher calling than to strive for the greater good of humanity and the world.”
Fukuoka will be the first city in Japan to commercialize hydrogen fuel made from treating sewage for use in fuel cell vehicles (FCVs).