Japanese activists call upon three major Japanese banks to disinvest from the Dakota Access Pipeline
Foreign resident works to bring Japanese education to his native city in Egypt
NPO Tenohasi and Japan Islamic Trust cooperate to serve Tokyo’s most needy residents.
Protesters march as part of Black Lives Matter movement in Tokyo on August 6, 2016.
Japanese businessmen allege that they fell victim to an elaborate set of confidence schemes in the Southeast Asian state of Brunei.
The Japan Islamic Trust purchases land in Chiba Prefecture to begin construction of a new mosque to serve the local community.
Hollywood memorabilia auctioneer and collector Joe Maddalena explains the appeal of his rapidly growing industry
Then-Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi set a goal of having women occupy 30% of leadership positions by 2020, but Japan will come nowhere close.
A personal memoir of the Kumamoto earthquake, reflecting both on the challenges of one-man reporting as well as the experience of being there.
As the Japanese nation approaches the fifth anniversary of the March 11 tragedy, the burden of dealing with the widespread radioactive contamination from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant disaster continues to expand. Now this issue is seriously impacting even a small community in Tochigi Prefecture called Shioya.