In Sekigahara, visitors are invited to experience the Sengoku period. Feel what it was like by wearing samurai armor, and check out other attractions.
Cross-linked in each others' visions for a prosperous and peaceful Indo-Pacific, Japan also shared a role in democratic India's rise to the 5th largest economy.
The exhibition, focusing on "An Unknown Domain of Woodblock Printed Books," runs from September 21 to November 27, 2022.
Amicable relations with a stable Beijing has proved a fantasy. In fact, Tokyo needs to conduct a wholesale reframing of our relations with that country.
A new Japanese tech company has developed sensor technology allowing robots to work with humans, with greater autonomous dexterity and flexibility.
An American NGO scours online auctions for the memorabilia of Japanese soldiers, despite soaring prices that are a headwind for their activities.
China rebuked Japan for Taiwan's flower offering, and left-leaning media in both countries played up the costs of the state funeral for Abe as "divisive."
Do Deuce, Titleholder, Deep Bond and Stay Foolish are set to compete, with each team taking on the challenge with its own hopes and dreams in...
To counter the yen’s depreciation, the Kishida government must provide financial help to households and businesses, and request firms to raise wages.
The Chinese Communist Party National Congress begins in mid-October, with implications for China's domestic stability and the security of its neighbors.
A student-run venture expands its fleet of electric tuk-tuks for rental at tourist sites. But first, a Sankei Shimbun reporter takes one out for a test...
On Twitter, we look at some world leaders and political figures' words of condolences to former late Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.