The Japanese Olympic Committee says President Tsunekazu Takeda will talk about the corruption probe in France at a news conference on Tuesday.
French prosecutors say Takeda was formally placed under investigation last month for suspected corruption, related to Tokyo's successful bid to host the 2020 Olympics and Paralympics.
Former Nissan Motor representative director Greg Kelly is expected to remain in custody until at least Tuesday.
Kelly was arrested along with Nissan's former chairman Carlos Ghosn last month on suspicion of conspiring to underreport Ghosn's pay. The two have since been indicted but deny any wrongdoing.
Japan-US ministerial talks on bilateral trade are expected to take place in New York on Tuesday, one day later than originally scheduled.
Japan's Economic Revitalization Minister Toshimitsu Motegi and US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer were due to meet on Monday. Their meeting aimed to lay the groundwork for a summit between Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and President Donald Trump on Wednesday.
Hokkaido's main power plant could be back online as soon as Tuesday afternoon. The facility has been out of operation since a huge earthquake hit the region on September 6th.
The vice president of Hokkaido Electric Power says Unit One of the Tomatoh-Atsuma thermal plant will be restarted if tests show no safety problems.
A very strong typhoon is on course to hit the Pacific coast of western Japan on Tuesday. Weather officials warn it will likely make landfall somewhere between the Shikoku region and the Kii Peninsula.
The Meteorological Agency says Jebi was at sea about 190 kilometers southeast of Tanegashima Island as of 1 AM on Tuesday. It was moving north at a speed of 25 kilometers per hour.
Weather officials say a "very strong" typhoon will likely make landfall on Tuesday between Shikoku and the Kii Peninsula in western Japan.
The Meteorological Agency says Jebi was about 220 kilometers east-northeast of Minami Daito Island in the Pacific Ocean at 9 AM on Monday. It was moving northward at a speed of 20 kilometers an hour.
A powerful typhoon seems to be closing in on western and eastern parts of Japan...and could make landfall on Tuesday.
The Japan Meteorological Agency is keeping a close eye Typhoon Jebi. It says that at 3 AM Japan time on Monday it was over waters about 260 kilometers east of Minami Daito Island in Okinawa Prefecture.
It's traveling north-northwest at a speed of 20 kilometers per hour.
Japan's Meteorological Agency says the strong typhoon Soulik is moving north off Japan's Ogasawara Islands, and could approach Kyushu and other areas in western Japan by next Tuesday.
Soulik is the 19th tropical cyclone to develop in the northwest Pacific Ocean this year. The slow moving storm was 350 kilometers southwest of Chichi-jima in the island group as of 9 AM Saturday.
Travel agency H.I.S. Co. said Tuesday that a robot will serve drip coffee to customers at a cafe it plans to open next month at its flagship branch in central Tokyo.
The agency will open its "Henn Na Cafe" or "strange cafe" featuring a robotic arm and an automated coffee maker inside its store in Tokyo's Shibuya district.