After a late start, Japan is quickly reconnecting with the world. During these difficult times, the need to collaborate is greater than ever.
If Beijing refuses to listen, reciprocating China's visa ban is the obvious option for Tokyo. Reciprocity is the international standard.
Observing the first sunrise from the iconic Tokyo Tower, Kanazawa chooses "love" as the 2023 New Year kanji to overcome the pandemic and Ukraine war of...
Japanese translator Miruka Adachi, who was raised in Hong Kong and calls the city her second home, rediscovers the enduring connection between the two regions.
Relying on Xocova alone is not enough. It should be used with other available drugs according to their characteristics to suppress a resurgence of COVID-19.
Shionogi's Xocova is Japan's first domestically produced COVID drug to gain approval for practical use as preparation gear up for the "eighth wave."
The Praemium Imperiale advisor talks about the role of art in helping us appreciate our common humanity as aggressive nations threaten to drive the world apart.
How do festivalgoers feel about participating in Fuji Rock 2022 during a pandemic? Find out as we interview them in the video.
The one-year anniversary is the time to consider the tangible and intangible assets the Tokyo Games left behind and how they can help society in the...
Prime Minister Fumio Kishida has called for "maximum caution" while keeping the economy going at the same time.
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.
Pressure is mounting on Japan to relax mask rules and border controls. But with COVID-19 on the rise in the West and Down Under, should it...