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...
To have economic growth, higher wages must materialize, not only for large companies but also for employees of small, medium, and micro businesses in Japan.
Fumie Oyama's third photo essay series features the Japanese crested ibis in beautiful contrast with Sado Island's magnificent autumn colors.
Food waste is now being converted into energy at Sagamihara Biogas Power, a new methane power plant aimed at achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.
The Kashiwazaki-Kariwa power station restart, a key toward the dual goals of energy security and decarbonization is now strengthening counterterrorism measures.
The construction cost estimate for the Expo 2025 venue in Osaka has swollen to ￥235 billion JPY. The national government must step in to strictly control...
The year-round exhibition offers visitors a close-up view of a flying car, a virtual reality experience, and various seminars and workshops.
Japanese snack food manufacturers are putting imperfect products up for sale to reduce food loss and offer affordable products amid rising prices for food.
The first multilateral discussion on AI safety called for international cooperation while identifying concerns about AI's risks if used to gain hegemony.