Japanese weather officials say snow is intensifying along the Sea of Japan coast. They are warning of possible transportation disruptions during the year-end holiday season.
The Meteorological Agency says heavy snow is expected in mountainous areas in eastern and western Japan in the coming days. It adds snow may accumulate on the ground in some parts of the Tokai and Kansai regions.
With the Final Fantasy VII Remake having been announced a few years ago, we haven’t really heard much about the game since, which unsurprisingly has led to some wondering when the game will be released, and whether or not development is actually going on, or could Square Enix have shelved it?
However the good news is that things are progressing nicely, at least according to the game’s producer Tetsuya Nomura who revealed the information to Famitsu during a Dissidia Final Fantasy anniversary event. According to Nomura, “As I said during E3, development is going favorably. I just wanted to say that the current PR priority is Kingdom Hearts 3, as it was during the ARTNIA event the other day, but after that it’ll be Final Fantasy VIII Remake, so please don’t worry.”
TATEYAMA, Toyama Prefecture--Exit options are limited at the "snow corridor" that cuts across the Tateyama mountain range in the Northern Japan Alps: This year, the walls tower at an amazing 17 meters.
Those who arrived at the "Yuki no Otani" (Great gorge of snow) at Murodo, the highest point of the route at 2,450 meters, could be forgiven for feeling hemmed in on April 16.
SAITAMA--Unencumbered by glass plates, the renovated diorama room at the Railway Museum in the city's Omiya Ward offers an even more realistic view of the popular miniature railway world.
Visitors can enjoy watching the miniature cars traveling in front of their eyes while listening to the sounds made by the toy trains, as the diorama with its glass covering removed was unveiled to the public on July 14.
After driving about two hours from Kochi Airport, coming off the expressway and cruising along the clear Shimantogawa river, you reach the former Towa village.
Located in the western part of Shimanto, Kochi Prefecture, about 90 percent of the area is covered in mountain forests, with farmland and private homes dotting the area along the renowned river.