Located in the revitalized Azabudai Hills district, the Mori JP Tower marks an architectural milestone, claiming the title of Japan's tallest building.
Whose side is she on? The MukoujimaTransport president's wife arrives at Ooki's law office in Chapter 28 of Shin Ushijima's novel, Minority Shareholders.
JR Central creatively repurposes high-quality aluminum from retired Shinkansen trains for various applications, ranging from machinery to sports equipment.
August 11 is "Mountain Day" in Japan and increasing numbers of people are celebrating by climbing Mount Fuji, where crowd control safety measures are starting.
The historic agreement aims to reduce dependence on China for rare earth minerals while helping Africa also benefit as international supply chains diversify.
The Tottori Sand Dunes share similarities with some areas of the moon, making them an ideal testing site for lunar rovers and other technologies.
As tourists return, so do abandoned suitcases. But one Tokyo hotel is creatively recycling this oversized waste into a fruitful opportunity.
For the Osaka-Kansai Expo to succeed, national and local entities must strengthen their collaboration to raise the level of public and international enthusiasm.
The akagome rice ritual helps preserve a resilient, ancient grain in Tsushima and the ceremony has been recognized as an Intangible Folk Cultural Heritage.
Cancer is still the largest single cause of death for Japanese, accounting for about one in four deaths. Genome therapy hopes to help more patients recover.
Effective communication in English is an essential skill for success in international relations and business, explains the author who shares his own experience.
Launching a new brand called "CACAO STYLE," Meiji aims to increase the ways people enjoy the aroma of chocolate and create new markets for the recycled...