Fine wine is not the only thing that gets better with age, and a venture firm hopes to prove that by reviving the long-forgotten culture of Japan's homegrown vintage sake.
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Residents in the severely affected prefectures of Fukushima, Iwate and Miyagi observed a moment of silence at 2:46 p.m., exactly a decade after the huge quake struck.
The series created by Derrrrruq!!!, a team based in New York, calls out sexism, harassment and other issues that are prevalent in the Japanese workplace.
A minority community made up largely of women, those who have come to Japan from the Philippines have often opted to settle down here for the long term.
It's been over 25 years since the hit anime series “Neon Genesis Evangelion” first aired on Japanese television, but fervor among fans is once again on the rise.
Robots are being deployed in various roles, helping to navigate awkward social distancing issues.
A month at home in isolation may seem like an eternity for those unaccustomed to a lack of person-to-person contact, but the experiences of Japan's large numbers of hikikomori, or social recluses, may offer some hints on how to stay sane during the coronavirus ...
Share houses in Tokyo come in all shapes and sizes, but a nonprofit organization for rescue dogs has taken a fresh approach with a home where abandoned canines are housemates. "Wans Heim," which draws its name from a colloquial Japanese word for "dog" and the ...