Kawasaki: First Top Ten For David Herbreteau

Kawasaki: First Top Ten for David HerbreteauDavid Herbreteau recorded his first-ever top ten finish for the F&H Racing Team Kawasaki in the Russian round of the FIM World MX2 Motocross Championship at Orlyonok on the banks of the Black Sea.

Kawasaki: Two In A Row For Clement Desalle

Kawasaki: Two In A Row For Clement DesalleClement Desalle raced to his second consecutive victory for the Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing Team to take over second place in the FIM World MXGP Motocross Championship series at the Russian GP.

Toshiba 100kw Pure Hydrogen Fuel Cell System To Provide Clean Energy

Toshiba 100kW Pure Hydrogen Fuel Cell System to provide clean energy to Tokyu REI hotel in KawasakiToshiba will supply a 100kW Pure Hydrogen Fuel Cell System to Tokyo-based chemical company- Showa Denko. Hydrogen to fuel the system will be extracted from recycled used plastics by Showa Denko, and the fuel cell will help to meet the energy needs of a new Tokyu REI hotel under construction in Kawasaki, Kanagawa prefecture. Hot water cogenerated with the electricity will also be utilized in the hotel, which is scheduled to open in spring 2018.

Soccer: Kawasaki Beat Muangthong, Kashima Lose To Guangzhou In Acl Last 16

Soccer: Kawasaki beat Muangthong, Kashima lose to Guangzhou in ACL last 16

Kawasaki Frontale scored a resounding 3-1 victory over Muangthong United in the first leg of the Asian Champions League round of 16 on Tuesday.

After Teerasil Dangda handed the hosts the lead in the third minute of first-half injury time, Kawasaki captain and reigning J-League MVP Kengo Nakamura, Yu Kobayashi and Hiroyuki Abe netted three unanswered goals in the second half.

Soccer: Kawasaki Charged By Afc For Fans' Wartime Flag

Soccer: Kawasaki charged by AFC for fans' wartime flag

The Asian Football Confederation charged Kawasaki Frontale with discrimination on Thursday after their fans raised a controversial wartime Japanese flag during a midweek Asian Champions League match in South Korea.

According to article 58.3 of the AFC's disciplinary and ethics code, the team could face a minimum penalty of playing two matches in an empty stadium plus a fine of at least $15,000.

Udpate1: Baseball: Kawasaki Makes Winning Return On Throwback Night

UDPATE1: Baseball: Kawasaki makes winning return on throwback night

On a night when both teams were sporting throwback uniforms, the SoftBank Hawks introduced a throwback player, former big leaguer Munenori Kawasaki in Friday's 3-1 Pacific League win over the Orix Buffaloes.

A crowd of 22,293 witnessed the return of the Hawks' fan favorite on a night when the Buffaloes sported the red, white and blue of the defunct Kintetsu Buffaloes, while the Fukuoka-based Hawks wore the green of their Osaka-based forbearers, the Nankai Hawks.

Soccer: Kawasaki, Suwon Supporters Heat Up Over Political Banner

Soccer: Kawasaki, Suwon supporters heat up over political banner

Two Kawasaki Frontale supporters nearly caused a post-match riot by angering some Suwon Bluewings fans when they raised a controversial Japanese wartime flag in an Asian Champions League match in South Korea on Tuesday.

After Kawasaki's 1-0 victory to Suwon in Group G, offended Suwon fans faced off with Kawasaki fans in the stands at Suwon World Cup Stadium, with a brawl breaking out as they blocked visitors trying to head for the exit.

Soccer: Gamba's Hopes Of Reaching Acl Knockout Phase Dim, Kawasaki Win

Soccer: Gamba's hopes of reaching ACL knockout phase dim, Kawasaki win

Gamba Osaka squandered a two-goal lead, missed a penalty and conceded a last-gasp equalizer as their slim hopes of reaching the knockout phase of the Asian Champions League suffered a major blow with a 3-3 draw at home to Australia's Adelaide United on Tuesday.

But it was not all bad news for Japanese clubs in the continent's elite competition, as Kawasaki scored their first win of the group phase, edging South Korea's Suwon Bluewings 1-0 away to stay in the hunt for a place in the last 16 in Group G.

Kawasaki: Testing Progress For Krt Duo In Portugal

Kawasaki: Testing Progress for KRT Duo in PortugalKawasaki Racing Team pairing Jonathan Rea and Tom Sykes got reacquainted with the Autodromo Internacional do Algarve over a two day test that finished on 18th April, with both riders gaining valuable information about the current and future potential of the Ninja ZX-10RR.