Japanese women love to drink with friends — provided they are not office colleagues — and hate to drink with their bosses, according to a survey released Sunday.
Predicting events to take place in 1918, Mr. A Kumamoto, former president of the the Nagasaki Higher Commercial School, and quite an astrologist, says in the January number of Jitsugyo no Nihon that the solar eclipse on June 8 will have a great influence ...
The simplest form of suicide for any enemy parachutist would be to attempt a landing on Japan, for the Dai Nippon Martial Arts Association and the Dai Nippon Physical Training Association will train every Japanese in the manly art of stabbing enemy paratroops with ...
"From a far distance, among the wonder-stricken villagers, losing color at the sight of the 'black ships,'" said one farmer, "I stood aghast, wondering what would happen, staring at the unwanted objects."
Weaving in and out of rush hour throngs to keep pace with a break-neck work schedule has helped Japanese men grow stronger and more agile over the past decade, researchers suggested Friday.
Schoolchildren had no classes on Saturday for the first time in 120 years as a limited five-day week system started at public schools nationwide.
The streetcars that have tootled along Ginza, Tokyo's most glamorous shopping center for the past 56 years, will bow out by the end of the year.
The tiny village of Maetsue, Oita Prefecture, and Kyushu Japan Railway Co. are riding on the bandwagon of the popular U.S. television series “Twin Peaks,” asserting that the local scenery closely resembles the fictional American town.
Despite the unfavorable publicity it received during its filming in Japan last year, Eon Films' "You Only Live Twice," the latest of the "James Bond" series, is drawing the biggest crowds since "Thunderball," another Bond released in December 1965
An extraordinary case of wanton mischief by Post Office employes was recently revealed by Mr. K. Ishikawa of Azabu, who made a formal complaint to the director of mails of the Department of Communications.