Japan's ministry of health policy encourages taking Covid vaccines, but the shots are not compulsory or mandatory. Japan's policy requires informed consent and is committed reporting vaccine injuries to document potential side-effects. Japan rece
The chairman of the Tokyo Medical Association, Haruo Ozaki, held a press conference in February 2021 announcing that the anti-parasite medicine Ivermectin is effective at stopping Covid-19 and he recommended that all doctors in Japan immediately begi
It's been a while since Questions For Corbett tackled everyone's burning question: So what's going on in Japan, anyway? From states of emergency to ivermectin to tainted vaccines to boring old Japanese politics, today James gives you the latest
Yakuza boss is first ever to be sentenced to death in Japan: Senior crime clan member tells judge 'You will regret this for the rest of your life' after being found guilty of ordering a string of murders and attacks over 16 years
Japan's Tetra Aviation won a hundred-grand "disruptor award" at the GoFly personal flight contest last year, and has now presented its first commercial product at OshKosh: a 33-rotor Mk5 personal eVTOL it hopes to begin delivering to buyers in 2022.
Just as we expected, the Japanese Olympic Committee have confirmed that Tokyo venues for the pandemic-delayed Tokyo 2020 Olympics will not have spectators due to the city's coronavirus state of emergency through the Games.
Local newspaper Yomiuri reveals Japanese authorities are mulling over expanding eligibility criteria, including a negative COVID-19 test or vaccination history, for fans before entering the Tokyo Olympics this summer.
US, French and Japanese soldiers have begun their first-ever joint military exercise in the southwest of Japan, with Australia also joining the week-long drill as tensions between China and other countries in the region intensify.