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Japanese and Singaporean citizens hold the world’s most powerful passports in the final quarter of the year, being able to visit a respective total of 190 destinations without a visa. […]

The ruling Liberal Democratic Party is the most popular among Japanese voters ahead of the general election, though nearly 40 percent remain undecided on which party they will vote for, […]

Here is the latest update on Starbase BocaChica:Lifting and catching mechanism arms lifted off the red structure a little bit to get ready before installing the mechanism, it’s supposed to […]

Prime Minister Fumio Kishida on Sunday sent a ritual offering to Yasukuni, a Shinto shrine in Tokyo viewed as a symbol of Japan’s past militarism by its Asian neighbors. South […]

Princess Mako on Sunday visited the Imperial Palace to attend an annual ritual ceremony, her last as an imperial family member, as she is scheduled to marry her commoner boyfriend […]

Prime Minister Fumio Kishida on Sunday visited the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant for the first time since taking office to inspect progress in decommissioning it. Kishida told executives […]

Fire shuts down JR trains in Tokyo area, affecting 236,000 people Japan Times – Oct 11 SAITAMA – A fire at a major substation facility near Tokyo run by East […]

Places at 46% of private Japanese universities not filled in 2021 Japan Times – Sep 29 New enrollments at 46.4%, or 277, of four-year private Japanese universities in spring 2021 […]

Border restrictions that are part of the pandemic response in Japan have deterred most tourists from visiting the country. So one airline is taking an unusual approach to generate revenue […]

People wearing masks for protection against the coronavirus listen to a speech by a political party member in front of JR Ikebukuro Station in Tokyo on Oct. 16, 2021, two […]