Fukushima Tainted Soil Still Looking For Home

Fukushima tainted soil still looking for home

Japan's nuclear disaster in 2011 focused clean-up efforts in Fukushima prefecture. But neighboring prefectures were also affected, including soil contamination.

The government plans to set guidelines as early as possible for final disposal of the soil underground.

2020 Lexus Rc F Track Edition Looks Fast Even Standing Still

2020 Lexus RC F Track Edition Looks Fast Even Standing Still

One of Lexus' stars at the 2019 Chicago Auto Show is the RC F Track Edition. The pumped up coupe visited the Windy City right after it was officially presented in Detroit last month and is ready to engage in battle with the BMW M4, Audi RS5 and Mercedes-AMG C63.

Court Still Examining Ghosn's Bid For Bail

Court still examining Ghosn's bid for bail

The Tokyo District Court is still deciding whether to grant bail to former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn.

Lawyers representing Ghosn filed a second request for bail with the Tokyo court on Friday. The court turned down their initial request earlier last week.

Tekken X Street Fighter Is 30% Done, Still 'pending'

Tekken X Street Fighter Is 30% Done, Still 'Pending'

Back in 2010, Bandai Namco announced Tekken X Street Fighter, but fast forward to today, the game has yet to be launched. However over the years, Bandai Namco has reassured gamers that the game hadn’t been cancelled, and last we heard which was back in 2017, apparently they felt that it wasn’t the right time to launch it.

For those wondering about the status of the game, it seems that we might be in for a long wait because according to the game’s director, Katsuhiro Harada, it seems that the game is still very much in development. According to Harada, apparently the game is only 30%, and that it is still pending, whatever that means.

Nintendo Explains Why They're Still Keeping The 3ds Around

Nintendo Explains Why They're Still Keeping The 3DS Around

With the Nintendo Switch offering up a bigger display and more powerful hardware, it made sense that many believed that the Switch was designed to replace not just the Wii U, but also potentially the 3DS due to the fact that it could be taken around just as easily as it could be plugged into a TV.

However Nintendo has continued to maintain its 3DS lineup of hardware and also games, and recently in an interview with Kotaku, Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime explained why they are continuing to keep the 3DS around, suggesting that it was a more affordable device compared to the Switch, and that it would appeal to the younger crowd.

Bridge Reopens, Water Still Cut Off At Suo-oshima

Bridge reopens, water still cut off at Suo-Oshima

Road access between an island in western Japan and the mainland has been restored. It was severed after a foreign cargo ship on Monday collided with the bridge that provides the only link by car. But it may take at least two weeks before water supplies are back to normal.

Suo-Oshima Town in Yamaguchi Prefecture is located in the Inland Sea and has about 9,000 households.