How Ghosn Spends Time At Detention House

How Ghosn spends time at detention house

Former Nissan Motor chairman Carlos Ghosn has spent 50 days in detention since he was first arrested in November for suspected financial misconduct.

His lawyer says Ghosn was told at the end of last year that he could request a procedure to deliver his opinion in an open court. The defendant reportedly said he wants to express his thoughts in his own words in front of judges.

4-time Olympic Medalist To Retire

4-time Olympic medalist to retire

Japanese three-time Olympic gold medalist in women's wrestling Saori Yoshida says she is retiring from the sport.

Yoshida, who has also won 13 straight World Championships, made the announcement on Twitter on Tuesday.

Emperor Greets Well-wishers For Last Time

Emperor greets well-wishers for last time

Emperor Akihito is delivering his annual New Year greetings to the public at the Imperial Palace in Tokyo on Wednesday.

It is the last time the Emperor and Empress Michiko will greet well-wishers before he abdicates in April.

Buck-tick To Perform At Makuhari Messe For The First Time

BUCK-TICK to perform at Makuhari Messe for the first time

BUCK-TICK will hold a one man live at Makuhari Messe on May 25 and 26. 

This was announced on December 29 after their 'TOUR No.0 -FINAL-' at Nippon Budokan. It will be the band's first time performing at Makuhari Messe. Ticket pre-reservation will be held via their official website until January 31. 

Seiji Ozawa Conducts For 1st Time In Over A Year

Seiji Ozawa conducts for 1st time in over a year

Japan's maestro Seiji Ozawa has returned to conducting after being sidelined by poor health for about 14 months.

Ozawa made an appearance for the last piece of a concert program on Wednesday. Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko were among the audience at the concert hall in Tokyo.