Russia Criticism Bodes Ill for Japan Island Talks Next Week
U.K. is Japan’s foothold in Europe and May’s deal may be the only thing guarding them from the chaos of a no-deal outcome.
Japan Summons South Korean Envoy Over Forced Labor Lawsuits
Carlos Ghosn vs. Japan's Legal System: QuickTake
Japan Warns South Korea Ties in `Severe State' Amid Labor Spat
Tokyo court approved the extension of detention until Jan. 11.
Japan Says Own Whalers Unhappy With Plan to Resume Hunts
The country would withdraw from the IWC, but only hunt whales in its own territorial waters and exclusive economic zone.
Japan Will Seek to Prevent Foreign Workers Drifting to Cities
What's Next for Carlos Ghosn in Japan's Unique Legal System
Shintaro Abe urged Russia to return the four windswept Pacific islands the Red Army seized in 1945.
Japan Plans to Buy New F-35 Stealth Fighters
Japanese seniors, who enjoy the longest life expectancy, pay as little as 110 yen ($1) out of pocket for specialist appointments.
The Gallup survey showed that Japan’s 126-million strong population would grow by just 1 percent.
At least nine Japanese medical schools manipulated their admissions systems to exclude women and older candidates.
Ghosn’s Jail Time May Stretch to Months in Japan’s Legal System
Vice President Mike Pence sharpened U.S. attacks on China during a week of summits that ended Sunday.
U.S. Seeks to Counter China With Papua New Guinea Power Grid
Already, about 260,000 “interns” are working in Japan, mostly from Vietnam and China.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison strongly criticised a burgeoning trade war between the U.S. and China
Malaysia's Mahathir Says Data Laws Shouldn't Just Help Big Firms