Even a trip to a theme park seems unique in Japan
Tommy spots a small bird enjoying some leftover cream from an unfinished dessert.
Because of crisis conditions in the capital, events will be played without spectators.
Jonathan L visits The japan Society to see an exhibit on traditional carpentry
A transit proposal for Japan would use zipline-like structures to move people along a network of cables.
Controversy swirls around a giant pink squid intended to help bring visitors back to a western Japan town.
Rising infection rates and a new emergency order put the Olympics schedule in the crosshairs again.
A large playful statue at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts carries a cross-cultural message.
A Japanese city takes action to calm traffic on its escalators by requiring people to stand still and let the machine do the work.
With almost everyone holding a cell phone, Japan Railways is about to pull the last payphones from its bullet trains.
It's official: No outside spectators will be allowed at this year's Olympics in Japan, and the number of Japanese spectators may be limited as well.
Tommy fulfills a life long dream of competing in a Drift Event in Japan.
Banning spectators, especially foreign visitors, may be the price of having a safe Olympic Games this year.
A rail link to Japan's iconic mountain may replace a toll road, but pricing has raised questions.
Japan's railroads roll out another character-based train, this one to promote opening a theme park whose opening is still delayed.