England defender Lucy Bronze says her side are not nervous ahead of Wednesday's Women's World Cup semi-final clash against Japan.
Subaru customers in Japan can now order a new special edition of the BRZ sports car, dubbed the BRZ tS. The product of Subaru Tecnica International (tS stands for ‘tuned by STI’), the Japanese carmaker says its new model offers all the STI benefits one might expect, including “inherent handling pleasure enabling drivers to control it at will”. Show More Summary
A member of the Japanese parliament's upper house claims that Tokyo should not portray Beijing as a threat since the disputes between China and Japan may be resolved only through dialogue.
The Sony Xperia Z3+ is basically the Xperia Z4, except that the model will be destined for markets outside of Japan. Now given that the phone wasn’t really much of an upgrade over its predecessor, safe to say that not many are expecting too much from it. Show More Summary
It doesn’t matter that we don’t speak or read Japanese. Our favorite news source is Japan’s SBK News where the anchor is an adorable Shiba Inu named Shibao Inuyama. The smiley anchorpup doesn’t actually share a whole lot in the way of news, but he sure looks great in a suit. Show More Summary
The 2015 Japan Film Festival has announced the films that will be screened during the weekend of the 2015 J-Pop Summit. The program will include feature length films and shorts and range from sci-fi and fantasy, to historical and even sports-based films. Show More Summary
Square Enix Japan and its western arm are a perfect fusion, says CEO Yosuke Matsuda. Square Enix has a number of western studios and western-developed titles in its catalogues, and almost all of these can be traced directly back to its 2009 acquisition of Eidos. According to Matsuda, the two companies now exist in perfect […]
JAPAN VS. ENGLAND
Nearly five months after introducing its Air lens camera in Japan, Olympus is finally ready to bring it to the US. The AIR A01, as it's officially named, is a shooter that attaches to and pairs with your smartphone or tablet -- in similar fashion to Sony's QX line of devices. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON -- In China, a military parade this year will commemorate not the triumph of communism, but, rather, the 70th anniversary of Japan's surrender in World War II. Chinese nationalism (and historical hatred of Japan) will trump...Show More Summary
Without productivity growth the highly-leveraged advanced economies could find themselves going down Japan's path.
As Japanese President Shinzo Abe pushes for a more aggressive military strategy, recent polls suggest the administration’s foreign policy may deeply unpopular with the Japanese public.
As part of the ongoing effort to clean up Japan’s crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant, Toshiba Inc. has co-developed a scorpion-like robot that officials hope can help determine the condition of melted fuel in the plant’s Unit 2 reactor.
When Marnie Was There Dir. Hiromasa Yonebayashi [GKIDS; 2014] by Greer Cloots Rating: In the 30 years since its founding, Japan’s Studio Ghibli and its reigning geniuses Hayao Miyazaki and Isao Takahata have created a slew of animated...Show More Summary
When an earthquake strikes, survival is often a question of a matter of seconds, and yet in-home earthquake alarms are prohibitively expensive. Currently, Japan is the country that has the most comprehensive nationwide system that warns its citizens when a tremor is heading their way. Show More Summary
England ask for the backing of the nation as they prepare to face holders Japan in the semi-finals of the Women's World Cup.
hekimonogallery: “Totsuka”. Woodblock print. 1785, Japan, by artist Torii Kiyonaga
When the 2011 earthquake in Japan damaged the Fukushima nuclear power plant, teams scrambled to find a robot that could go where humans couldn’t. In many ways those robots failed, and ever since, there has been a focus on creating robots that can get the job done. Enter Toshiba’s “Scorpion” robot, which will make its way inside the power plant this August. Read more...
She can do so much better. In a ceremony that confirmed the worst fears of anti-gay marriage advocates the world over, two robots were wed in Japan over the weekend, according to the Telegraph. Frois, the groom robot, married Yukirin,...Show More Summary
Newsround speaks to children in England and Japan to see who they think will win Wednesday's Women's World Cup semi-final.