The idea of a relaunch of the East Asian Economic Caucus could inflame some in the United States, but it could augur well for Southeast Asia, which is in need of a boost.
Tokyo-based Mitsui & Co. bought another 10 percent stake in Smart Axiata, further strengthening their cooperation.
Japan is being scorched by an intense heatwave, as the thermometer hit 43 Celsius.
Jazz is a genre in its own right in Japan and last weekend, Phnom Penhers were treated to an evening of Japanese jazz in Bouchon Wine Bar.
Flea market app Mercari soars as it debuted on the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
Japan’s new home-sharing law was meant to ease a shortage of hotel rooms.
Organisers need to answer questions about preparations to keep confidence, says Coates.
Japan legalised casinos in late 2016 after years of delay and still needs more.
North Korea poses a “real threat”, former US President Obama sais on a visit to Japan.
George YUI is a street performer from Japan who plays multiple instruments simultaneously including guitar, drums, harmonica, bells, and percussions. He also whistles and sings in his George YUI one-man band.
Abe is under pressure over the sale of state-owned land at a price below market value.
Bodies of several babies preserved in bottles are discovered in the Japanese capital.
The Japanese navy says it had for the first time appointed a woman as a commander.
Twitter’s revenue leaps in Japan, helping lead the company to its first quarterly profit.
Tokyo unveils its long-awaited mascot for the 2020 Olympic Games: a futuristic blue-checked, doe-eyed character.
Japanese Yuzuru Hanyu says he would like to successfully land a quintuple jump and break the five-spin barrier.
Japan is rethinking the ways in which its official development assistance is provided to developing nations in order to promote its vision for a ‘free and open Indo-Pacific strategy’. DW’s Julian Ryall reports from Tokyo.
Japanese martial arts are famous. Judo, Karate and Aikido are practised the world over and even Kendo, which requires more equipment, is becoming increasingly popular.
Electronics giant Sony announced a plan to provide an AI-based ride-hailing system to Japanese cab companies.
Widerven Villegas and his brother wash some 30 cars a day at a parking lot in Caracas, and nobody pays them in cash.