Will Japan’s deputy prime minister put the water where his mouth is?
Japan is hit by a new wave of the coronavirus pandemic.
The diluted concentration of the radioactive element tritium will harm no one, Japan says.
“Never touch cannabis, even if it’s legal in the country or region you’re currently visiting or living in,” the Japanese government told citizens.
They rode trains to work, went shopping and did household chores with some extra weight on their chest and stomach.
The Fukushima nuclear power plant is about to run out of capacity to store treated wastewater.
We try to answer some of anime’s most unanswered questions.
The official’s prefecture recently passed a law that bans outing LGBTQ individuals to better protect their privacy.
President Tsai Ing-wen called the accident “heartbreaking.”
“It symbolizes the fear of existing in a place where we no longer feel welcome,” a Vietnamese-American student said.
Gotta catch ‘em all, indeed.
Only about 7 percent of the Japanese whisky currently on the market is actually made in Japan. New rules seek to change that.