Kono Urges Moon To Use Leadership On Wartime Labor

Kono urges Moon to use leadership on wartime labor

Japan's Foreign Minister Taro Kono has urged South Korean President Moon Jae-in to exercise leadership in solving the bilateral issue of wartime labor.

Kono was speaking to reporters in Tokyo on Tuesday, a day after the Japanese government asked South Korea to agree to establishing an arbitration panel in line with a 1965 bilateral agreement. The request came as South Korean Prime Minister Lee Nak-yon said his government cannot resolve the issue alone.

Toyota Will Be Making Japan's Moon Rover

Toyota Will Be Making Japan's Moon Rover

Toyota is one of the most widely known Japanese companies on the planet. As many of you are already aware, Toyota knows a thing or two about making vehicles. It has now teamed up with the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency to build a pressurized self-driving rover for the moon. The rover will vastly improve astronauts’ ability to explore the lunar surface.

According to current plans, this Japanese moon rover is destined to land on the lunar surface in 2029. This six-wheeled vehicle will be able to transport two humans for a distance of about 10,000 kilometers using Toyota’s fuel cell technology and solar power.

Japanese Official Criticizes Moon On Compensation

Japanese official criticizes Moon on compensation

A senior official of Japan's Foreign Ministry has criticized South Korean President Moon Jae-in for his remarks on souring bilateral ties over wartime compensation.

Moon said at a news conference on Thursday that the issue should be resolved with shared wisdom.

Korea Expert: Attention Focused On Kim-moon Talks

Korea expert: Attention focused on Kim-Moon talks

An expert on North Korean politics says he is focusing on the amount of time the leaders of the 2 Koreas will spend in one-on-one discussions at the upcoming inter-Korean summit.

Associate Professor Atsuhito Isozaki of Keio University spoke to NHK by phone. He says that will demonstrate how much the North's leader trusts his South Korean counterpart.

Take A Look At Tosaka Hiroomi's Pv For 'full Moon'

Take a look at Tosaka Hiroomi's PV for 'FULL MOON'

Tosaka Hiroomi (Sandaime J Soul Brothers from EXILE TRIBE) has revealed the PV for his song "FULL MOON."

"FULL MOON" is the title track to Tosaka's new album due out on August 8. In the PV, he portrays the worldview of the song by performing at places that resemble historic ruins.

Vr Contest Simulates Moon Sports

VR contest simulates Moon sports

The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency and game developers have used virtual reality technology to simulate sports being played on the Moon.

More than 50 participants were divided into 14 teams for a contest held in Tokyo on Sunday. They used data provided by JAXA for their simulations of what it would be like to play sports on the Moon's surface.

Kiryuin Sho Becomes The Moon In Golden Bomber's Pv For 'donmai'

Kiryuin Sho becomes the moon in Golden Bomber's PV for 'Donmai'

The PV for Golden Bomber's new song "Donmai" has been uploaded onto YouTube.

"Donmai" is the last track off of the band's new album "Killer Tune Shika Neeyo" released on January 31. In the PV, Kiryuin Sho (Vo-karu) masks his face with a full moon, while the other members Kyan Yutaka (Gita-), Utahiroba Jun (Be-su), and Darvish Kenji (Doramu) wear star ornaments on their bodies. 

Waiting For The Moon

Waiting for the MoonYumi (Mei Kurokawa) lost everything due to the earthquake disaster. Now, she lives at her aunt’s store in Iwaki, Fukushima, Japan. She begins work at a small pub. The owner of the pub is Sugiya (Arata Iura). Sugiya lost his memory and he doesn't know who he is. The only clear thing is his hands remember how to cook. Soon, Sugiya and Yumi get close to each other.

Japan To Offer Technical Boost For Manned Moon Mission

Japan to offer technical boost for manned moon mission

In the hopes of securing a spot for a Japanese astronaut to go to the moon, Japan will offer technical assistance to an international manned lunar exploration project that was announced by NASA.

The Committee of National Space Policy of the Cabinet Office decided to proceed with the project for technical assistance on Dec. 1, which will be included in the Basic Plan on Space Policy that is scheduled for revision soon.

Sailor Moon Store In Tokyo Draws Child Fans, Adult Fans Alike

Sailor Moon store in Tokyo draws child fans, adult fans alike

Even 20 years after the original manga and anime ended their runs in Japan, "Sailor Moon" still retains her powers and hold over her fans, as crowds to the first permanent shop dedicated to the girl superheroine will attest.

About 200 fans waited in line for the world's first Sailor Moon permanent shop to open on Sept. 23 in Tokyo's hip Harajuku district, and more than 600 customers turned up. On average, about 400 customers visited the store each day during the first week. The store has become so popular that clerks have to temporarily limit the number of shoppers allowed inside when it is overcrowded.

Moon And Thunder

Moon and ThunderWhen Yasuko (Eriko Hatsune) was a child, her mother left their home. She grew up not knowing what an ordinary family is.
Satoshi's (Kengo Kora) mother was the girlfriend of Yasuko's late father. One day, Satoshi appears in front of Yasuko. Since that moment, Yasuko's monotonous life begins to change.

Pokemon Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon Won't Be Coming To The Switch

Pokemon Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon Won't Be Coming To The Switch

With the Nintendo Switch's portability and the ability for wireless play with other Switch consoles, it seems that it would make the perfect platform for Nintendo to launch Pokemon on. In fact for a brief moment fans of the franchise were excited when the press release for Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon mentioned the Nintendo Switch.

Unfortunately for gamers, that will not be the case as it was simply an error. Nintendo has since clarified this with a press release via The Pokemon Company in which they state that the listing of the Nintendo Switch was made in error. "We would like to address rumours based on a clerical error on the Pokémon press site; Pokémon Ultra Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon are coming exclusively to Nintendo 3DS family of systems and are not due for release on Nintendo Switch."