70% of visitors to Japan stay in Greater Tokyo, Osaka (including Kyoto), and Nagoya. Measures to spread out tourists and...
Deep fakes created by generative AI can prevent people from making decisions based on normal information, and therefore undermine the foundations of democracy.
The Nakasone Yasuhiro Award is presented by the Nakasone Peace Institute, a policy-oriented research institute dedicated to advancing global peace.
Digital textile printing that uses a minimal amount of water and reduces waste could mend the reputation of the world's second most polluted industry – fashion.
Strong steps are needed by COP28 to reduce GHG emissions. Japan's high-efficiency technology could pave the way for reductions of an order of magnitude scale.
Combining trash cleanup and sport, the SPOGOMI World Cup called for action on the pressing issue of marine plastic waste, with teams from around the world.
Just as iOS revolutionized smartphones, Toyota aims to transform EVs with the Arene OS, streamlining software deployment for enhanced vehicle intelligence.
Toxic compounds were found in gummies. However, regulation won't be effective if, every time a designation is made, a new synthetic drug is introduced.
A Tokyo institute specializing in aging research has found that elderly people who own a dog have a significantly lower risk of dementia.
A government move is underway to ensure a continued stable supply of safe and delicious tap water, even during disasters, from Japan's aging water supply pipes.
The IMF says Japan's economy will be surpassed by Germany in 2023 and India in 2026. To reverse this trend, "cheap Japan" may need a major...
The competitive SPOGOMI World Cup highlights the impact of plastics and other litter on our environment and what we can do to help combat its harmful...