Nuclear waste site survey applications reflect muddled official policy about what to do with the country's spent nuclear fuel
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Could the introduction of such a welfare model lead to economic inequality?
Journalist Shiori Ito files rare libel lawsuit over use of the "like" button on Twitter.
A funny thing happened between the day Shinzo Abe said he was stepping down as Japan's prime minister and the day Yoshihide Suga was elected the new president of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party and Abe's presumptive successor. Prior to Abe's Aug. 28 announcement, ...
Little can be done as long as a country's cultural norms are built into a social structure that delineates gender roles.
Japan has a history of vaccines and related medical treatments that have proven to be problematic — take the prescription drug Tamiflu, for example.
News outlets are refraining from addressing the climate and coronavirus crises simultaneously.
When a company's workforce contains both journalists and news program workers, conflict can arise.
"Hanzawa Naoki 2" borrows from traditional kabuki stagecraft to heighten the show's dramatic effect.
Japanese documentaries analyze entrenched political power with largely unsurprising results.