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- 12/28/18--21:56: _Japan releases foot...
- 12/28/18--21:59: _Police seize 120 ma...
- 12/29/18--21:40: _About 40 dogs burne...
- 12/29/18--21:37: _At long last, 11-me...
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- 12/30/18--22:16: _Man arrested for st...
- 12/30/18--21:35: _Japanese police req...
- 12/31/18--21:40: _Tokyo court approve...
- 12/31/18--21:45: _Shinkansen breaks d...
- 12/31/18--21:35: _Car rams into pedes...
- 12/31/18--21:47: _Duck with arrow in ...
- 12/31/18--21:34: _Namahage deity ritu...
- 12/31/18--21:39: _Japan to unveil new...
- 12/31/18--21:50: _Number of new Japan...
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- 01/01/19--21:37: _More than 1 million...
- 01/01/19--21:35: _Japan to begin coll...
- 01/01/19--21:33: _Emperor and Empress...
- 01/02/19--22:22: _Abe starts year wit...
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- 12/28/18--21:56: Japan releases footage of S.Korea radar incident
- 12/28/18--21:59: Police seize 120 marijuana plants from Yokosuka residence
- 12/29/18--21:40: About 40 dogs burned to death at Nara breeding facility
- 12/29/18--21:37: At long last, 11-member Pacific trade deal takes effect
- 12/29/18--21:35: Year-end transport jammed
- 12/30/18--22:16: Man arrested for stretching rope across road, injuring motorcyclist
- 12/31/18--21:40: Tokyo court approves detention of ex-Nissan boss Ghosn until Jan 11
- 12/31/18--21:35: Car rams into pedestrians in Tokyo, injuring 8
- 12/31/18--21:47: Duck with arrow in its back seen in pond in Tokyo park
- 12/31/18--21:34: Namahage deity ritual revived in Japan district
- 12/31/18--21:39: Japan to unveil new era name on April 1
- 12/31/18--21:50: Number of new Japanese adults up slightly on New Year's Day
- 12/31/18--21:37: Japan rings in the new year
- 01/01/19--21:37: More than 1 million tickets sold for Rugby World Cup
- 01/01/19--21:35: Japan to begin collecting Y1,000 departure tax from next Monday
- 01/01/19--21:33: Emperor and Empress receive New Year greetings
- 01/02/19--22:22: Abe starts year with a game of golf, 'Bohemian Rhapsody'
- 01/02/19--22:06: Emperor makes last New Year greetings
Japan's Defense Ministry has released a video to back up its claim that a South Korean naval ship directed its fire-control radar at a Japanese patrol plane last week.
Kanagawa Prefectural Police have arrested a 43-year-old man after more than 120 marijuana plants were found in a residence in Yokosuka City, reports the Sankei Shimbun (Dec. 27). (tokyoreporter.com)
About 40 dogs were burned to death in a fire Friday night at a dog breeding facility in Katsuragi in the western Japan prefecture of Nara, police said. (Japan Today)
The 11-member Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership trade pact entered into force on Sunday, creating a free trade area covering more than a tenth of the global economy.
Japan's roads, railways and airports are packed on Saturday as people return to their hometowns or head elsewhere for the holidays.
Police in Sagamihara, Kanagawa Prefecture, have arrested a 41-year-old man on suspicion of attempted murder after he stretched a rope across a narrow road, knocking a man off his motorcycle. (Japan Today)
If partying all night is your idea of fun, then one of the most exciting ways to welcome the new year in Japan is to join the massive countdown event held at the Shibuya Scramble Crossing in Tokyo. (soranews24.com)
A Tokyo court on Monday approved prosecutors' request to extend the detention of former Nissan Motor Co Chairman Carlos Ghosn until Jan. 11 due to the latest allegation of financial misconduct. (Japan Today)
Thousands stranded for hours during Japan’s peak holiday travel period. (soranews24.com)
A car plowed into pedestrians on a crowded street in Tokyo on New Year's Day. Police say eight people were injured and rushed to hospital. One is reportedly in a coma.
A duck with a metal arrow protruding from its back has been seen twice over the last few days in a pond in Tokyo’s Suginami Ward. (Japan Today)
People wearing demonic masks and straw garments visited homes in Japan's northern prefecture of Akita on New Year's Eve to ward off evil spirits and invite good luck in 2019.
Japan's new era name will be announced on April 1, one month before the current crown prince ascends to the throne, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has decided.
The number of Japanese aged 20, the legal age of adulthood, on New Year’s Day will be 1.25 million, up 20,000 from a year earlier, according to a government estimate released Monday.
People in Japan have rung in the New Year with celebrations across the country. In Japan, 2019 is a special year, as Crown Prince Naruhito will ascend the throne in May. That will mark the start of a new era and the end of the current one, which is called "Heisei."
Over half of the total tickets for this year’s Rugby World Cup in Japan have been sold, a source said Monday.
Japan will start collecting from next Monday a departure tax of ¥1,000 for each person leaving the country by aircraft or ship regardless of nationality.
In Tokyo, members of the Imperial family and state dignitaries have presented their New Year's greetings to Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko. (NHK)
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Wednesday he was able to "tee off to a good start" as he played his first round of golf in 2019. (Japan Today)
Japan's Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko have given their last New Year greetings to members of the public before his scheduled abdication in April.