Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic venues remain on track to be completed in time.
A Tokyo court denied granting bail to former Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn.
“I’ll have a draft,” says Yasuo Fujinuma, heaving himself down at the sushi counter.
Tokyo prosecutors officially charged ousted Nissan Motor chairman Carlos Ghosn.
Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games organisers propose moving the start time forward.
International Olympic Committee President says he cannot remember a host city being as well prepared as Tokyo.
The 31st Tokyo International Film Festival has just concluded – but the films screened on the week-long event continue to get rave reviews. Cambodia’s very own ‘Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten: Cambodia’s Lost Rock and Roll’ and ‘In the Life of Music’ were among the most applauded inside Tokyo cinemas.
When newlywed Akihiko Kondo returns from work at a middle school in a Tokyo suburb, he is greeted by the love of his life, who lights up – lite-rally – in welcome.
Floyd Mayweather says he never agreed to come out of retirement to fight a Japanese kickboxer on New Year’s Eve.
Princess Ayako marries commoner Kei Moriya at a traditional ceremony in Tokyo.
Small Planet Airlines is planning a direct flight between Siem Reap and Tokyo.
Prime Minister Hun Sen, speaking at the Mekong- Japan Business Forum in Tokyo on October 9, invited Japanese firms to visit Cambodia and convince themselves that it a worthy country for their investments.
Transgender women should have the same rights as other women, according to a global poll of women across five continents published on Friday amid a growing – and sometimes divisive – debate over trans rights.
Japan will not introduce daylight saving time for the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo because public opinion is against it.
On the 20th of March, 1995, the Aum Shinrikyo cult, founded by Shoko Asahara, planted packets of a deadly nerve agent wrapped in newspapers and magazines in five of Tokyo’s busiest subway lines during its rush hours, killing more than a dozen people and injured thousand others.
Japan bade farewell to their delegation of athletes heading for the Asian Games.
Tokyo topped a list of the world’s most innovative cities, leapfrogging London and NY.
On August 16, the performance of ‘Bopha Suo Chomrieng Lorkei’ (Heavenly Flower, Earth Poem) will take place at the Royal University of Fine Arts.
Tens of thousands of people gathered about 700 hundred kilometers west of Tokyo yesterday to commemorate 73 years since the US dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima.
Japan executes six Aum Shinrikyo cult members behind the deadly 1995 sarin attack.
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.