News and Articles About Japan
She'll get lonely if you come home late, apparently.
There are lessons in the Japanese sneak attack that brought the U.S. into a war and world leadership.
It's Pocky Day, so snap into some tasty facts about this mysterious Japanese treat.
Here are some milestones along the way of Toyota Corolla's success and where it stands today.
With its 'low-interaction dining,' food is the focus at Ichiran, a popular chain in Asia that recently expanded to Brooklyn, N.Y.
How a Japanese CEO used the wisdom of his homeland, and lots of visits with corporate leaders to transform his company's failing culture.
A Japan Fair Trade Commission spokesman said he could not confirm the report but added: 'I won't say the contents are incorrect.'
The company is developing a next-generation taxi for the Japanese market and it has formed a partnership with the country's hire-taxi federation to explore uses for new technology.
Japan is taking it up a notch on the creepiness scale as researchers unveil the new human-like Alter.
The stock jumped as much as 7.4 percent to 3,775 yen, its highest since 2001.
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.