In his first photo essay of the new year, photojournalist Fumie Oyama captures the rare crested ibis as it begins to change color amid a snowy...
Photojournalist Fumie Oyama delights again with some rarely-seen images of extra colorful crested ibis and an insider's view of their release into the wild.
Fumie Oyama's third photo essay series features the Japanese crested ibis in beautiful contrast with Sado Island's magnificent autumn colors.
This second photo essay by photojournalist Fumio Oyama further showcases the crested ibis on Sado Island, the endangered bird's only wild habitat in Japan.
Data gathered in counting Japan's butterflies help indicate which species are decreasing and warn us about the deterioration of biodiversity in general.
Certification of Totoro's Forest and over a hundred other sites is part of government efforts to conserve 30% of the nation's habitats for biodiversity by 2030.
Photojournalist Fumie Oyama shares exclusive photos of the endangered crested ibis in the first installment of a new series on Sado Island's rich biodiversity.
Prime Minister Kishida announces funding for a new "Japan Chair for Nuclear Disarmament" and calls for more international cooperation on global problems.
An extremely rare sighting and photograph of the endangered Hodgson's bat in Japan has excited experts and drawn attention to the biodiversity of Tsushima.
Explore the rich biodiversity and ongoing decarbonization efforts of Yakushima Island in a stunning photo essay by Sankei photographer Hideyuki Matsui.
What are the G7 outcomes for the climate, and what should we expect in the coming months? We highlight some of the main points below.
Cabinet Secretary for Public Affairs Noriyuki Shikata shares insights on Japan's priorities for global economy and security at the G7 Hiroshima Summit.