Known for lovely handcrafted creations, the root of her energy goes in part back to a humiliating episode in 1961, when she debuted in New York.
Japan’s medical system is starting to feel the impact after several weeks of record-high COVID cases since the last week of July.
“Japan’s efforts on the SDGs range from innovative technologies to traditional ways of protecting the environment that are just waiting to be rediscovered,” – Managing Editor,...
The origin of inspiration for the world-renowned clothing designer’s fashion was in the hypocenter of the atomic bombing of his hometown of Hiroshima.
British-born singer Newton-John was an unabashed Japan lover and the sentiment was mutual. She also postponed a tour once due to her dolphin-related activism.
“We have recovered, together with Japan, the familiarity of friends, the good will of old neighbors, the understanding and compassion of human beings for one another.”
Helping overseas judo clubs with recycled uniforms was challenging after the invasion of Ukraine, so NPO JUDOs asked individuals to carry them to the refugees.
The Supreme Court’s decision in June was expected to clear up the confusion but the latest lower court ruling ignores precedent to reward TEPCO shareholders.
Temporary testing facilities at major train stations and airports should be the first order of defense this summer.
Prime Minister Fumio Kishida has called for "maximum caution" while keeping the economy going at the same time.
American liberals cannot understand the greatness of Japan's longest serving prime minister.
Idol group Hinatazaka46’s new movie “Hope and Despair” documents the members as they try to keep their dreams alive through the dark days of COVID-19.