Professor Lew Seok-choon is facing charges of defaming former comfort women during a classroom debate, but the prosecution has failed...
Who doesn't enjoy watching the sumotori performing their high-stomping warmup before a match? But there is far more to the stomp, and sumo, than meets the...
An estimated 20,000 Koreans lived in Hiroshima and were victims of the A-bombing. This is the story of the cenotaph erected for them inside Peace Memorial...
"Testimonials" by second-generation witnesses are hearsay, not evidence, and should not be permitted to impede UNESCO listing of the Sado gold mines.
Experts and former miners have found discrepancies in alleged footage of Gunkanjima, used by some South Korean media to back wartime forced labor claims.
"Ghosts in the Neighborhood" has its issues. But the primary argument is well made: in postwar reconciliation, apology is not the most important factor.
Japan's Chrysanthemum throne will continue to play a key role in enhancing interest in Japanese society, value systems, and cultural distinctiveness.
In 1960, Crown Prince Akihito planted a sapling in New Delhi. By 2013, it had grown into a majestic tree, symbolizing the flourishing of Japan-India relations.
The warmth accorded to Japan's Crown Prince Akihito and Princess Michiko was evident even in 1960 as archives record the Indian public gathering to greet them
Upon visiting the statue in Taiwan commemorating late PM Shinzo Abe, Dr Robert D Eldridge reports on local sentiments and the depth of bilateral friendship.
"The line between life and death is paper thin," says one of the survivors, as she recounts surviving the heat and flames of the Tokyo firebombing.
This installment in the series focuses on turbulent Bakumatsu Japan and an incident near Kobe between British civilians and the Bizen clan of daimyo in 1868.