An American sailor was arrested Sunday on suspicion of drunken driving causing an accident on Japan's southern island of Okinawa, where public anger has run high over crimes by U.S. military personnel.
A 96-year-old Japanese man is potty at the prospect of breaking more records after being recognized as the world's oldest university graduate with his degree in ceramic arts.
Participants clad in traditional "happi" coats carry and swing "mikoshi," a portable shrine, to the left and right in the Tenno-sai festival at Susanoo Shrine in Tokyo Saturday, June 4,
Nearly a week after he was abandoned in the forest by his parents, the boy did not shed a tear when he was found safe Friday. The soldier who discovered him by chance in a military hut gave him two rice balls, which 7-year-old Yamato Tanooka ate ravenously. He looked a bit worn out but was "genki," the military said, using a Japanese word describing healthy children.
Tourists are seen in this picture taken in Japan, a popular destination for Taiwanese holiday-goers, on Friday, June 3. Taiwan's Travel Quality Assurance Association has revealed that group travel package prices for Japan trips for the upcoming summer peak season will drop by...........
Japan's transport ministry raided small-car maker Suzuki's headquarters Friday in the wake of its shock admission that it used improper fuel-testing methods for years, affecting millions of cars.
A seven-year-old boy missing since being abandoned in a bear-inhabited forest in northern Japan as a punishment nearly a week ago was found alive on Friday and reunited with his parents, officials said.
Japan said Monday that it believed a new photo posted online of a Japanese journalist missing in Syria -- showing him for the first time since a video released earlier this year -- is authentic.
TOKYO -- A 7-year-old boy is missing in a forest in northern Japan after his parents reportedly made him get out of the car as punishment.
The number of flights from Taiwan to Japan has surged astoundingly, with the weekly number totaling 727 in May, up by over 40 percent from a year earlier, according to the Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA).