News and Articles About Japan
Japanese researchers have synthesized molecules to regulate your body's sleep-inducing proteins.
Japan has no legal limits on working hours, and people are dying either from cardiovascular disease or suicide due to work-related stress.
The drink menu features unique concoctions such as the Wine Fraggino.
Dr. Dragos of Amazing University says that in order for us to create a future of abundance, we have to embrace both aspects of who we really are.
The venture has set the 2020 Games in Tokyo as a target to develop software to operate driverless cars and an online service to ferry athletes and tourists between Olympic venues and the city's transport hubs.
RoBoHoN can dance and talk with people in addition to performing smartphone functions like texting and browsing the Internet.
The burger has been a hit in Japan, and rumors are swirling it will make its U.S. debut for Halloween.
Sharp's $133,000 ultra-HD television will go on sale in October.
Asia is an untapped market with huge potential, creating opportunities to grow businesses in a multitude of industries.
A judge ruled that bitcoins don't have the 'tangible qualities' needed to constitute owned property by Japanese law.
Hundreds of millions of virtual currency dollars are missing.
Its products have no visible brand identifiers -- and that's proven to be a good thing.
Satoru Iwata's death comes months after he led the Japanese video-game maker's belated entry into mobile gaming following years of declining sales.
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