A government survey shows that young people in Japan are spending nearly three hours each day online, mostly watching streaming videos, visiting social networking sites, or emailing.
The Cabinet Office surveyed 5,000 people aged between 10 and 17 in November and December last year. 3,079 people, or 61.6 percent of those surveyed, responded.
YASUGI, Shimane Prefecture--The garden of an art museum here was rated as Japan's best for the 16th straight year by a popular U.S. gardening journal.
The Journal of Japanese Gardening, aka Sukiya Living Magazine, selected the Adachi Museum of Art's garden from among more than 900 around Japan in 2018, museum officials announced.
HIROSHIMA--A futuristic motorcycle helmet doubles as a GPS navigator, displaying data right before a rider's eyes.
Directions, distance to destinations, expected arrival times and more appear in the rider's view about 2 meters ahead of them on a 6-inch transparent heads-up display (HUD) installed in front of the wearer's right eye.
An Israeli semi-governmental organization says it will apologize for the removal of a memorial to a Japanese diplomat who helped save Jews during World War Two.
While working at the Japanese consulate in Lithuania during the war, Chiune Sugihara issued transit visas against orders. His humanitarian deed enabled Jews to flee from Nazi German persecution, saving as many as 6,000 lives.