When the Japanese want to get out of Tokyo, glorious, alpine Kamikochi is where they go.
Some fear talk of revising the post-war constitution will divert attention from economic woes.
Muhammad Ali’s match with Japanese wrestler Antonio Inoki has often been seen as a freak show. It was anything but.
Troops in Okinawa have been at the center of controversy recently.
Jumpei Yasuda went missing in July 2015 and is believed to be being held by the Nusra Front.
Japan has made territorial claims on the islands since the 19th century.
Obama is the first U.S. president to visit the city since its bombing in 1945.
The visit on Friday has stirred debate, with critics accusing both sides of having selective memories.
President reiterates he won't apologize for decision in 'the midst of war' to drop bomb.
Megumi Igarashi has gotten in trouble before for her depictions of female genitalia.
Devastating quake halts factory production; economic damage may exceed $10 billion.
'Race against time' for rescue operations with wind and rain forecast to get heavier on southern Japanese island.
The quake toppled houses and injured nearly 1,000. But no problems were reported at nuclear plants in the area.
Hitomi, which launched this February, has been silent since Saturday.
The low birthrate and aging population are driving pressure to restrict abortion in Japan.
The Summer Games will host nations from around the world—and the launch of a 21st-century technological infrastructure.