New system could start as early as next year, making it easier for foreigners with anime aspirations to get their foot in the door.
Broadcasts warned residents not to touch parts of missile if found.
Awesomely-defensible Fukui Prefectural headquarters is built on castle grounds.
Japanese government to start fast-tracking select foreigner workers in “Cool Japan” professions.
The surprising collaboration aims to draw attention to a new environmental initiative.
With his chiselled jaw, steely gaze, and model good looks, this bodyguard has been stealing the spotlight wherever he goes.
It’s unclear if this rogue group of city workers were fully aware of the acronym they made for themselves or not.
Critics still likely to find problems with legislation.
The Justice Ministry’s new rules could cut your wait by years.
The animated high school heroine will now appear on posters and condom packages in a bid to thwart the spread of sexually transmitted infections in Japan.
Hillary Clinton shows off 3-D maneuver gear prowess.
Proposed tax hike aims to reduce the number of people lighting up before the Olympic flame comes to Tokyo.
The pallor of smoke that covers so many restaurants and bars in Japan may become a thing of the past.
The Japanese government has passed a bill relaxing its decades old prohibition on dancing, but the new law may not be much better than the old one.
Avast, otaku, for the Japanese government is stepping up its piracy countermeasures.
Demolishing a hospital is a complex operation with many potential hazards. So you can imagine how hard it was for Huiji District to try to take one down while it still had all the doctors and patients inside.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, Japan’s Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare found that lower-income families consumed fewer vegetables and had fewer teeth.
On November 28, the results of Japan’s first national survey about attitudes toward gay marriage were revealed. What kind of image did they paint of the people of Japan?
The Japanese government has asked the UN to retract its recent statement that claims 13 percent of girls in Japan are involved in compensated dating.