Fasten your seatbelts for a flight departing to Paris, and never leave the ground.
Some trains are changing their tune, after researchers found that emitting loud animal noises reduced dangerous encounters with wildlife by 45%.
With its reliance on the tech sector and ageing population, Japan is the canary in the world's post-industrial coal mine, says Makiko Eda, head of the World Economic Forum's Japan office.
Hikikomori is a psychological condition which makes people shut themselves off from society, often staying in their houses for months on end.
Japan's nationwide fertility rate just hit its highest level in 21 years.
Bruegel reviews recent opinions on the state of Abenomics and its impact on the Japanese economy.
A Japanese firm is to fly a drone around its offices at night with the dual purpose of checking on security and spotting workers putting in too much over-time.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe pledged to support health care services in developing countries through a $2.9 billion funding.
Tokyo, Japan may have just become the first city to officially grant residence to an artificial intelligence.
The town of Kamikatsu is located in the Tokushima prefecture in Japan, and is known for its successful commitment to zero waste living.
Since September, non-smokers at the Japanese marketing firm Pilia have received six extra vacation days.
Japan's work culture is so intense, people in the 1970s invented a word that translates to "death by overwork."
Popular fascination with Japan often begins with a vision of a country existing between two realms - here's how they're combining the two.
British writer Kazuo Ishiguro wins Nobel Prize for Literature.
Here are the OECD countries with the highest government debt per person.