Japanese car firm backs jet-propelled 'Skydrive' cars that could light 2020 Olympic flame
'The United States should never expect us to give up our nuclear capability,' North's state media warns
Earlier this year a government survey revealed that a fifth of Japan’s workers are at risk of killing themselves by putting in too many hours
Predicts 'fierce, brutal and quick' conflict with environmental and economic consequences
Martial arts masters say new recruits are just not up to scratch
Japanese snack company Calbee halted the sale of some of its most popular chip brands last month and photos of almost empty shelves were trending on social media
The Shiki-Shima holds just 34 passengers within its 10 coaches
America's Rex Tillerson says that 'the threat of a nuclear attack on Seoul, or Tokyo, is real'
Missile 'will not take long to reach Japan,' says government
Sales of air purifiers said to keep out radiation and poisonous gas have also risen after Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe warned Pyongyang had capability to launch a sarin nerve gas attack
‘Our revolutionary forces are combat-ready,’ warns country’s ruling Workers’ Party
Country has been described as a 'demographic time bomb' by economists, as population continues to fall and age
Toyota invests in robotic services to help Japan’s increasing elderly population
The country fears the probing of its air defences is part of a push to extend military influence in the East China Sea
Forecast places new pressure on government to address 'demographic time bomb'
Japan sending warships to join US fleet in attempt to deter North Korea's nuclear ambitions