Super Nintendo World will feature "Power Up Bands" that allow guests to collect digital coins and compete for a high score.
Today, in Beirut after an astonishing escape from Japan, Ghosn held court for nearly two hours in front of more than 200 journalists, angry and defiant at times, sober and thoughtful at others.
The former Nissan CEO and chairman called the fraud charges against him "baseless" and accused Japanese prosecutors of threatening his family.
"I have not fled justice – I have escaped injustice and political persecution," Ghosn said in a written statement Tuesday.
For a brief time, Krispy Kreme Japan will be selling the "Premium Mouse" donut in honor of the forthcoming year 2020, or Year of the Rat. Read on for more information about the first animal in the ancient Chinese Zodiac.
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Kyoto Animation CEO Hideaki Hatta has opened up for the first time at length since a deadly fire broke out last year in the building that houses the company's studios.
The last two meetings between the Iranian and Japanese leaders were marred by Middle East unrest, now they may finally get a chance to figure out how to bring the U.S. to the table.
Hirotsu Bio Science claims that their clinical trials found the test effective in 85 percent of cases with a single drop of urine.
Cancer is the primary cause of death in Japan. Researchers found the more a person drank, the more likely they were to develop cancer.
The young volcano was discovered near Japan's Marcus Island and last erupted less than three million years ago.
Mark Esper's announcement comes after Japan's Defense Chief Taro Kono warned the U.S. official that such an "act of goodwill" will not likely persuade North Korea to change his mind.
The incident is the latest in a decades-long series of troubling events eliciting anger from local Japanese communities toward U.S. military personnel as well as their own government.
A North Korean diplomat hit Japanese Prime Minister Abe Shinzo with a slew of insults, calling him "an idiot and villain" after he criticized a recent multiple launch rocket test.
"Under a rather extreme hypothetical situation in which war may break out between North Korea and Japan, 45.5 percent would choose to help North Korea, and 15.1 percent Japan," a new survey shows.
A Japanese hotel chain apologized and acknowledged that it had been possible for persons to gain unauthorized access to its in-room robots at Henn na Hotel Maihama Tokyo Bay.
The hosts hope to shock South Africa for the second time in four years and make history by reaching a first World Cup semifinal.
Originally serialized beginning in 1972, "The Drifting Classroom" portrays the horrors that unfold after an elementary school is transported to an endless wasteland, unleashing factional violence, suicide and monsters upon children doing their best to survive.
Super Typhoon Hagibis has killed dozens of people in Japan as the government mobilizes thousands of troops to assist in rescue efforts.
At least 33 people have died in Japan after Typhoon Hagibis —reportedly one of the most powerful storms to hit the area since the 1950s—tore across the country this weekend.
Eimi Haga, a first year student at Mie University in Japan, had been tasked with writing about a visit to the Ninja Museum of Igaryu for her ninja history class.
Japan's Abe Shinzo said "there is something only Japan can do here, given its alliance relationship with the United States and the long-standing amicable ties with Iran," Pakistan's Imran Khan said it's "a complex issue, but we'll try our best."
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Donald Trump agreed a limited trade deal as he tries to win back support from farmers unhappy with his trade wars.
The modern Cold War has moved from Europe to Asia, where Japan is posted on the frontier of the U.S. and China's worsening economic and military feud.
Experts tell Newsweek why Japan hasn't signed on to a U.S.-led military buildup against Iran in the Persian Gulf and why Tokyo remains a potential player for peace between Washington and Tehran.
The suspect is accused of hitting at least 30 different marts and pilfering as much as $12,000 during his one and only shift.
"You know, the trade deal, I trust him to do the right thing for everybody," Randy Sowers said.
Where Trump sees no wrongdoing, Abe says North Korean missile test "clearly violates" UN resolution. Trump says the trade deal is done, Abe says there's more work to do. Both maintain they are "on the same page."
The town of Kaida has formed an all-volunteer "monkey militia" to stop macaques from raiding vegetable fields.