Japan's Emperor Akihito has stepped down. Here we look back at his reign over the Heisei era.
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Widespread closures and sky-high prices mean that 45% aren't happy about this year’s extra-long holiday.
Campaign vans have ended their 12-day reign of megaphone terror but that means no more naked politician posters.
Could we see an empress rule Japan in the next era?
Tomorrow Starbucks will start selling its #STRAWBERRYVERYMUCHFRAPPUCCINO__RED and #STRAWBERRYVERYMUCHFRAPPUCCINO__WHITE proving that actual words no longer have value.
Wait, is that guy...naked?
From political musings to lewd jokes, "Reiwa" has got people talking.
Think Emperor Akihito’s abdication is a typical matter of protocol in Japan? Think again.
Japan’s new era will start on May 1 and is all about people “beautifully” nurturing culture.
They're cycling 20,093 km to deliver the whistle for the first game in Tokyo on September 20.
Open from next Thursday, the new Muji hotel is now accepting reservations.