More than 75 million passengers pass through Tokyo International Airport each year. New apps are being tested there, aimed at helping passenger find their way around.
As her husband lingers in jail facing financial malpractice charges, Carole Ghosn went to court for a closed-door hearing over claims her British Virgin Islands-listed company bought a yacht.
After two much publicized comments, the man in charge of Tokyo's Olympics and Paralympic Games has resigned. His remarks referred to earthquake recovery efforts and a swimmer with leukemia.
Faced with a shrinking workforce, Japan has made it easier for migrant workers to get a visa. Conservative critics are concerned about the impact of mass immigration on Japanese society. Julian Ryall reports from Tokyo.
TEPCO is removing hundreds of radioactive cylinders from the tsunami-damaged Fukushima reactor site. The units are still intact and could spark a largescale disaster in the event of another earthquake.
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