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There's a glut of devices out there designed to tell all sorts of things about your bodies, but few you'd want stuck to your body for very long. Perhaps with that in mind, engineering researchers at the University of Tokyo and Dai Nippon Printing hav...

Of all the wild food combinations one could come up with, the crispiness of chicken nuggets and fries and soupy ramen don't strike as the best of partners. Well you'd think that, but Cup Noodle in Japan has released a product combining the three clas...

An ancient heap of shells at Sakatsuji Shell Midden in the city of Toyohashi, Aichi Prefecture, most likely served as a clam processing site in the latter half of the mid-Jomon Period, approximately 4,500 years ago, an investigation conducted by the...

Tokyo-based cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck just made history, and not in a good way. It has lost around $534 million worth of NEM tokens, one of the lesser-known cryptocurrencies, after its network was hacked on January 25th, 12:57pm EST. The atta...

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By Total Flanker on Jan 26, 2018 in: Japan

This is Ren:and this is G:and together they are Ren-G, official mascots for Rugby World Cup 2019.Apparently they are shishi - sacred lion-like mythical creatures that are said to bring happiness and ward off evil - and they embody the five values of...

The United Nations has been piling on sanctions against North Korea in an attempt to get the country to abandon its nuclear and ballistic missile programs. But Reuters reported Thursday that Russia helped Japan import coal shipments from North Korea...

The remains of a huge kitchen dating to the latter half of the Nara Period (710-784) have apparently been unearthed here. The remains of a well, foreground, unearthed at the former site of the Toin district of the Heijo Imperial Palace, and ruins,...